Trump’s Spiritual Adviser Asked God To Protect Him From ‘Demonic Networks’

After all of his supporters got soaked by a series of thunderstorms, Donald Trump opened his campaign rally in Orlando, Florida with a prayer by his spiritual adviser. Needless to say, it got weird.

“Right now, let every demonic network who has aligned itself against the purpose, against the calling of President Trump, let it be broken, let it be torn down in the name of Jesus!” prayed Paula White, who is also a televangelist. “I declare that no weapon formed against him, his family, his calling, his purpose, his counsel will be able to be formed.”

As wild as this might sound to regular people, this kind of language is common among Evangelical Christians, who widely support Trump and many of whom sincerely believe that he was chosen by God to be President. You can tell by the way the crowd erupted in rapturous applause in response to White’s prayer.

White did not specify exactly what this “demonic network” might consist of, but we can assume she’s referring to anyone and everyone who is opposed to Trump, including many Christians who see that he is in opposition to many or all of the teachings of Jesus. Also, someone has already made a Demonic Network Twitter account.

Classic.

As funny as this could be, a lot of people are alarmed at the rhetoric and the cult-like response of the crowd.

But, also, the jokes.

Finally, some good spiritual literature.