Christian TV host: ‘Satanists’ who oppose Trump are planning ‘a wave of bloodshed against Christians’

Conservatives are a bit miffed after the appearance of Washington Post columnist Jennifer Rubin on MSNBC this Sunday, where she said that it isn’t just President Trump who has to lose in 2020, but “all his enablers” have to lose as well. “We have to collectively, in essence, burn down the Republican Party,” she said, adding that “we have to level them because if there are survivors — if there are people who weather this storm, they will do it again.”

While Rubin may have been metaphorical in her comments, Rick Wiles doesn’t see it that way. According to him, Rubin’s words are confirmation of the coming “purge” of Christians carried out by “Satanists” who oppose Trump. On his TruNews broadcast this Tuesday, Wiles played a clip of Rubin’s comments and said she is a sign of the “most foul-smelling belch that could come from the bowels of hell,” adding that she’s a symptom of a bigger problem, namely “Satanists desiring to destroy Christians.”

“She’s talking about burning down the Republican Party,” Wiles continued. “I mean, that’s the talk of a revolutionary — of a Jacobin.”

Wiles went on to say that “this is all going towards a massive purge of the American people.”

“And who they’re really coming after are Christians,” he warned. “I will be laughed at, vilified, smeared for saying this, but that’s what I believe and I’m trying to tell the Body of Christ of America, you’d better prepare for the unthinkable, and the unthinkable is a national purge of Christians in this country.”

Weighing heavily on Wiles’ mind is when he and his family will have to go “underground” to escape the coming purge.

“That’s where I’m at personally right now. … I really believe this ministry will be underground by the time this year’s over. … I can see the wave of bloodshed that’s coming in America.”

Wiles has made similar warnings in the past, all centered around the eventual roundup and extermination of Christians. In October of last year, he predicted that if Democrats win the midterms, they’ll “immediately kill Christians” and “immediately burn the churches.” He even once claimed that the characters from the game “Pokémon Go” are in on the plot. “What if this technology is transferred to Islamic jihadists and Islamic jihadists have an app that shows them where Christians are located geographically?” he asked.

Featured image via screen grab

To Top