Christian pastor: Donald Trump’s impeachment was a ‘political abortion’

Frank Amedia, the founder of POTUS Shield, has long been a supporter of President Donald Trump. He believes Trump’s impeachment was a form of “political abortion” that was intended to stop Trump’s “appointed and anointed” mission, Right Wing Watch reports.

Amedia formed POTUS Shield, a so-called “prophetic network” on the night of Trump’s election because he hoped to mobilize prayer for the president. He also hoped to promote a new prophetic order for the U.S. according to RWW.

Appearing Tuesday on Charisma CEO Stephen Strang’s “God, Trump, And The 2020 Election Podcast,” Amedia said Trump has “an assignment from God,” and added he is “absolutely convinced” that Trump will win in 2020.

But he also had a dire warning for believers — anti-Trump witchcraft will “regroup” and that the “devouring spirit” that has been consuming politics “will not be satisfied” and “will not stop attacking” Trump after his reelection. He painted the situation as a dangerous one for the president, claiming something could happen to him in 2020 because his foes will “continue to lay snares and traps and try to net him.”

At one point Amedia told Strang that “tears have streamed from our Lord’s eyes” because of abortion “let alone all of the other issues that have daunted us as we slipped further and further away from the Judeo-Christian foundations.”

Then Strang asked him: “So tell me, what is God saying about this impeachment?”

“The impeachment is likened unto a political abortion,” Amedia responded. “And abortion is on the forefront, and is actually one of the focal points of why Donald Trump was elected and anointed and appointed in that position he’s in,” adding that “religious denominations and factions” that hadn’t worked together before are now doing so, all in the name of fighting abortion, he claimed.

Here’s more of what Amedia had to say in Strang’s podcast:

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Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.