Christian preacher: Anti-Trump forces will create hurricanes to suppress midterm election turnout

Mark Taylor, otherwise known as the “Firefighter Prophet,” is such a source of endless unintentional comedy that his musings about Trump, God, and apocalyptic conspiracy theories are too good to pass up. During his appearance on Sheila Zilinksky’s podcast this week, Taylor warned listeners that opponents of President Trump have a special plan to tip the midterm elections in his favor.

According to Taylor, anti-Trump factions will employ secret weather technology to create hurricanes just before the midterms with the goal of suppressing voter turnout.

“Look for some stuff right before the election,” Taylor warned.

”Look for false flags, and one of the things that the Lord has been showing me is that this could be a very nasty hurricane season,” he continued. “We’re already getting effects down here in Florida, we just had one come through here, it was a subtropical system. It doesn’t normally start this early and that is what the Lord was showing me.”

Taylor said that “incredible technology” that manipulates weather was used to generate hurricanes Irma and Harvey.

“There could be a couple of nasty hurricanes right before the elections to upset the elections, so people can’t vote, they don’t have power, so forth and so on.”

This isn’t the first time Taylor has spouted off on his weather conspiracy theories. In November of last year on the same podcast, he claimed that hurricanes in Texas and Florida were controlled by the Illuminati.

“These things did not come from God,” Taylor told Zilinksky in November. “People want to know where is this coming from. Well, I have the answer for you, it’s called the Illuminati, New World Order, Deep State, whatever you want to call it because they’re all part of the same team.”

Listen to the audio below, via Right Wing Watch:

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Sky Palma

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