Grifters Gonna Grift: Pastor Paula White, Trump’s longtime spiritual adviser and official White House aide, is scheduled to speak at a religious event that promises “supernatural protection” from the Coronavirus.
Right Wing Watch reports White is among the “anointed” scheduled speakers at Passover 2020, a conference scheduled for April 9 – 12 in Phoenix, Arizona. In an email invitation to the event organizers address coronavirus fears, noting:
When we celebrate Passover as Jesus instructed there is a supernatural protection that is activated when we apply Jesus Blood and celebrate the Passover Lamb.
That’s right, Trump spiritual adviser and White House official Pastor Paula White is scheduled to be the featured speaker at a conference promising “supernatural protection” from the coronavirus.
NEW: Paula White, a top official in the White House Office of Public Liaison, is scheduled to be the featured speaker at a fraudulent April conference promising “supernatural protection from the #coronavirus now” #Covid_19 https://t.co/1GXHGQ1ze9 pic.twitter.com/WouAYKXmJw
— Matthew Sheffield (@mattsheffield) March 13, 2020
In a news release, the Freedom From Religion Foundation is calling for the Arizona Attorney General to cancel the dangerous and misguided event:
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is urging the cancellation of an upcoming Phoenix religious event, with President Trump’s spiritual adviser as a headliner, that is a hazard to the community’s health.
Instead of scuttling a large mid-April gathering at the Phoenix Convention Center, organizers of the “Decade of Awakening” gala featuring megapreacher Paula White have sent out a fresh advertisement for nonrefundable tickets, along with assurances that the event will include “supernatural protections” against the coronavirus, as well as a “cure for every virus and plague.”
FFRF is urging the cancellation of an upcoming Phoenix religious event, with President Trump’s spiritual adviser as a headliner, that is a hazard to the community’s health. https://t.co/c5AL8uY2a9 pic.twitter.com/qJ9QRjWj1v
— FFRF (@FFRF) March 13, 2020
Let’s hope that government officials in Arizona will have the good sense to cancel this fraudulent fiasco in the name of public health, because it is clear that Pastor White lacks the wisdom, common sense, and basic human decency to do the right thing.
Indeed, White is no stranger to making ludicrous decisions and ludicrous claims. Earlier this year White issued an order to end “satanic pregnancies,” claiming that she had taken “authority over” all “satanic pregnancies” that seek to harm Trump or the church.
And last year White claimed she made the White House “holy ground.” At the time the arrogant and profoundly deluded White proclaimed:
I have every right and authority to declare the White House as holy ground because I was standing there and where I stand is holy.
In other words, White believes that everywhere she goes is “holy ground” because God is with her, and she has the power to make the White House “holy ground” simply by her presence.
Obviously White, like her friend Trump, is a con artist preying on the gullible and the ignorant. For example, White has made the absurd claim that “demonic networks” have aligned themselves against the President’s reelection campaign.
Previously Pastor White claimed that Christians will take over the U.S., and that any opposition to Trump is opposition to God.
And White made headlines after telling her followers that if they did not give her money they would suffer the “consequences” for failing to obey God’s command.
Pastor White has been a big Trump supporter and his main spiritual adviser from the beginning of Trump’s quest for political power. In fact, she was a featured speaker at the presidential inauguration.
Bottom line: Trump’s spiritual adviser Pastor Paula White is scheduled to be the featured speaker at a conference promising “supernatural protection” from the coronavirus.