A Christian radio host who is dedicated to covering the Second Coming of Jesus Christ says that MSNBC’s host Rachel Maddow’s “demon-possessed” viewers are evidence that the “spirit of Antichrist is loose in America.”
During her show on Tuesday, Maddow called out radio host Rick Wiles for his recent assertion that biblical plagues follow President Barack Obama wherever he travels, and that proves that he is “evil.”
On his Wednesday broadcast, Wiles thanked “MSNBC’s socialist news commentator” for the publicity, even though “there aren’t that many people watching MSNBC.”
“The people who do watch it, however, have a visceral hate for Jesus Christ and Christians,” he explained. “In fifteen years of full-time ministry, I have never read or heard such ugly, hateful, threatening, vulgar, obscene, blasphemous messages in my life. Ever. I won’t even repeat them because some of the things that they said about our lord and savior Jesus Christ is so vulgar, so blasphemous, that it only could be uttered by people who are demon-possessed.”
“The spirit of Antichrist is loose in America,” he continued. “A man of lawlessness is in the White House. His followers hate Christianity. And most of the American Christian church has yet to realize the scope and depth of this hellish hate that is boiling in the Obamanistas towards anybody who dares to profess biblical Christianity and morality.”
And Wiles believes that is the “same spirit that rose up in the Nazis in Germany towards the Jews.” But this time, “it will be the Christians in America who are locked up or put to death.”
Listen to the audio below from TruNews, broadcast June 19, 2013.
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