Evangelical leaders lay hands on Trump in closed-door prayer session, awkwardness ensues

If you don’t want Donald Trump to be president, the odds may be stacked against you considering that some of the nation’s most prominent (and weirdest) religious leaders showed up to cast magic God spells upon the GOP candidate.

Although the gathering consisted of mostly evangelical Christian figures, the self-proclaimed “Jewish Jesus” Rabbi K. A. Schneider took an opportunity place his hand on Trump’s face and fire off a blessing – that didn’t sound all too Jewish. Either way, it was a moment that we all should thank Allah for allowing to be captured on video.

Gothamist gave a rundown of the who’s who in attendance:

Nativity scene lamenter Jan Crouch, Paula White, Agents of the Apocalypse author Dr. David Jeremiah, Charismatic Movement leader Kenneth Copland, Darlene Bishop, Kingdom Connection host Jentezen Franklin, Jewish Jesus Rabbi Schneider, Clarence McClendon, George “Demon in My Bedroom” Bloomer, Darrell Scott, Steve Munsey, RD Scott, Bishop Mark Burns and Lady Tomarra Burns.

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Although we couldn’t confirm this, Gothamist’s John Del Signore said all who didn’t join in the rejoicing were “rounded up humanely.”


Dr. David Jeremiah calls for strong African American Pastors to stand with Donald Trump. Kenneth Copeland prays, Paula White Prays then Jewish Jesus Rabbi Schneider gives an Abrahamic Jewish Blessing. Pastor Mark Burns

Posted by Tomarra Burns on Tuesday, September 29, 2015

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Sky Palma

Before launching DeadState back in 2012, Sky Palma has been blogging about politics, social issues and religion for over a decade. He lives in Los Angeles and also enjoys Brazilian jiu jitsu, chess, music and art.

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