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Jim Bakker says that televangelism scandals are actually the secret work of witches

Jim Bakker, accused rapist and American televangelist who went to prison for fraud, announced this week that scandals surrounding televangelism may be the work of witches.

Jim Bakker, accused rapist and American televangelist who went to prison for fraud, announced on The Jim Bakker Show this week that scandals surrounding televangelism may be the work of witches.

Bakker recalled a story that a “man of God” told him upon his release from prison. According to Bakker, the man was sitting next to a declared witch on an airplane, who claimed her coven would destroy the television ministry, starting with Jim Bakker.

“She said, ‘Right now, all the witches … They’re all agreeing they’re going to destroy the television ministries and we’re starting with Jim Bakker. And we are all praying, praying to destroy him,’” Bakker said.

Bakker went on to say that you “see [preachers and ministers] going through troubles and you desert some pastor who’s been caught in something… and you don’t know that all the demons in hell brought whatever, whether it be sex, drugs, or women or whatever.”

Rick Wiles, Bakker’s guest and End Times broadcaster, suggested to Bakker that he talk to former satanist John Ramirez. According to Wiles, Ramirez admitted that pastors and ministers were “zeroed in on” for “preaching the word of god.”

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