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Self-proclaimed Christian “prophet” Jeff Jansen of Global Fire Ministries International said earlier this month that Donald Trump was still president and would return to the White House by this summer.

He’s still perpetuating that lie, now bringing martial law into the picture.

“You can’t substantiate something in the natural that’s not validated in the spirit realm,” Jansen said. “And so this whole election is still going. And as a matter of fact, it’s not going, it’s just being looked at. And it’s being looked at right now — I’m not afraid to say it — we’re under military tribunals. The military is in charge of our nation right now. And there’s some people that might not like that. Well, you know, you’ll see, it’s OK.”

“The last line of defense in our Constitution,” he continued, “it comes down to the military will take control temporarily until order is restored in our nation. And they are not Democrats or Republicans, they could care less, they don’t answer to anybody. They don’t answer to a Supreme Court. They don’t answer to a would-be elect. They don’t answer to anybody. They take control of the republic to figure out the mess, and once they figure it out, once they come to a conclusion based upon their own information, then they will restore power and order back to the people. That’s their job, and that’s the last line of defense. And quite frankly, Steve, you know that’s going to happen.

The election is over. Trump lost. The inauguration happened. The military is under the control of Joe Biden. And some Christian prophets just can’t bring themselves to accept reality.

The good news is that their delusions keep their followers calm. If Trump will eventually regain power, all the more reason to just stay home and do nothing. Just let God handle it. Maybe next time, they won’t even bother to vote.

(via Right Wing Watch)

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Hemant Mehta is the founder of, a YouTube creator, podcast co-host, and author of multiple books about atheism. He can be reached at @HemantMehta.