Preacher’s wife calls for ‘supernatural inoculation’ against coronavirus: ‘It shall be quarantined by the mercy of God’

Hank Kunneman predicted earlier this month that God would protect the U.S. from the coronavirus thanks to President Donald Trump’s support of Israel, and now Brenda Kunneman has followed that up by holding a “Prophetic Pulse” conference call — alongside her husband.

The fact that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Tuesday that spread of the novel coronavirus is probably inevitable didn’t stop the Kunnermans, especially Brenda, who rebuked the virus and called for a “supernatural inoculation of the spirit” to visit Earth and “bring forth healing and a cure,” Right Wing Watch reports.

“Right now, we speak over this situation with this coronavirus,” she said. “We say to that virus that the hands of the Lord have come to clap against you and destroy you, and we say that it shall be quarantined by the mercy of the living God.”

“It’s being contained in Europe and Heavenly Father, it’s being contained in various parts of the world,” she added. “While they say cases are popping up, we speak a holy containment and a quarantine by the Holy Spirit to go across the land. And we say, ‘Lord, let the angels of the most high go forth to be commissioned, to walk and to benefit those that are heirs of salvation.’ But even those that are not part of the covenant, Lord, we ask for your mercy to be upon them and to drive this virus out into the dark places.”

“Let it be cast out from the nations and be contained, and to dissolve, and to be broken and neutralized by the power of the living God,” Brenda Kunneman proclaimed. “We say, ‘Coronavirus, be neutralized in the name of Jesus and lose your power.’ We command that demon is going forth, we say in Jesus’ name that it loses its strength and this thing dissipates, and even a supernatural inoculation of the spirit comes now and brings forth a healing and a cure.”

The Trump administration is now seeking $2.5 billion to fight the disease after proposing earlier to slash funds to the CDC.

Watch the Kunnemans in action in the video below:

Megan Hamilton

Megan Hamilton has traveled extensively throughout the Southern United States, Mexico, and parts of Central America. A lifelong atheist, these travels have informed her political views. She currently lives in a remote location with a large herd of cats and four dogs.