Christian pastor: Removing of Confederate statues is the ‘precursor to the coming of the Antichrist’

Appearing on the End Times conspiracist podcast Weekend Vigilante, Pastor Randy Richey of Christ Outreach Church in Oklahoma pointed out the dangerous and shadowy workings of the Freemasons before adding a new and curious twist to prophecies surrounding the coming of the Antichrist.

Speaking to host Shiela Zilinsky, Richey started out by claiming that former President Bill Clinton was never removed from office because he enjoyed protection from the Freemasons.

“We had a president of the United States that awhile back committed a sexual sin in the White House,” Richey said.

“Everybody knew he did it,” he continued, referring to Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky. “The evidence was overwhelming that he did it. It was proven that he lied to Congress, so the House of Representatives—I’m talking about the man that was married to [Hillary Clinton] that didn’t win, thank you, Lord, in the name of Jesus—and when he went to court in the Senate, they did not impeach him. And I’m telling you they did not impeach him because the Senate is full of Masons and there is no way they’re going to impeach a brother Mason.”

He then suggested that the recent removal of Confederate statues around the country points to liberal “ignorance of history, among other things” — and also the coming of the Antichrist.

“The reason they’re tearing them down is a precursor,” he said. “When the Antichrist comes to power, there ain’t going to be any statues of anybody but him … The Antichrist will not allow any worship but to him and that is being prepared, that is the spiritual preparation for that day.”

Listen to the audio below, via Right Wing Watch:

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