Christian preacher: ‘Aborted babies had a party in heaven after Kavanaugh’s confirmation’

When self-proclaimed “prophetess” and “weather warrior” Kat Kerr isn’t trying to get natural disasters to heed her commands, she likes give her thoughts on the politics of the day. During a sermon at River Rock Church in Reno, Nevada this Saturday, Kerr spoke about a vision she received from God soon after Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court —  a vision that involved a party in heaven thrown by aborted fetuses.

“God picked [Kavanaugh] like he picked Trump and he kept telling me, ‘I don’t care what they say, he is sitting on the Supreme Court and he is going to wipe out Roe v. Wade,’” Kerr said in a video flagged by Right Wing Watch.

“He kept showing me, letting me see all of these millions of babies who had been aborted that are in heaven, they sang and celebrated,” she continued. “They celebrated as they were saying, ‘Yes, he is going to sit on the Supreme Court.’”

According to Kerr, the heavenly baby party took place on the same day as her sermon.

“…they celebrated that other babies being conceived in the womb one day will never have to fear their lives being taken and they’ll get to complete their destiny on this earth. So there was a big party in heaven today because of that.”

She added that God has assigned three angels to protect Kavanaugh during his time on the bench.

“There is now God in the White House because he’s welcomed and allowed to be there,” she said. “And he said, ‘Now, I have permission to be in the Supreme Court’—because of Kavanaugh, as a believer sitting on the bench in the Supreme Court—he said, ‘Now, I have the right to speak into the court system and because of that, I have assigned three special ops angels [to protect Kavanaugh].’”

Not being short on detail, she even gave the angels’ names.

“There names are Justice, Liberty, and Freedom,” she said, sounding slightly improvised.

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch:

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Sky Palma

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