Fundie fraud Cindy Jacobs took to Twitter immediately after the bombing in Boston to declare that she knew it was coming and had warned people about it. One tweet said, “I had tweeted that we need to pray on this day. Also been warning about a multiple bombing taking place in America!”
Of course, she says we need to pray every day, which is a convenient way to always predict the need to pray. In another tweet a short time later she said:
Did not tweet about warnings of Mumbai type attack. Warned different groups in private. Did tweet about April 15th six days ago.
Must take threats from North Korea seriously-possiblly April 15th. Need to pray protection for both the US and South Korea and Japan.
Nope, not even close. But one of her followers replied, “@cindyjacobs you prophesied about Boston!” Except, of course, she didn’t. And if she had, why didn’t she stop it? I mean, she has claimed in the past that her prayers have stopped previous terrorist attacks as well as earthquakes and hurricanes (not to mention bottomless bowls of spaghetti). Did her prayer powers suddenly go away?