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Self-proclaimed Christian “prophetess” Kat Kerr, who recently claimed that her 1,000,000-angel army would stop “Critical Race Theory” from being taught in school, now says she and her 100,000,000-angel army — yes, the army grew 100 times larger just like that — will bring terror on the White House so long as Joe Biden resides in it:

I take power over all the power of the enemy that is involved in activity in the White House or D.C., in ways that they’re… cheating, stealing, and lying. They’re defiling the people by allowing evil to come in.

I command my hosts of Heaven, 100 million, to go there now and 24 hours-a-day for the next 10 days, or 30 days, you will release the terror of God upon those places, upon the people doing those things, that they will come to repentance, or great fear will fall upon them and they will just sometimes stop what they’re doing… Go host, make toast!

And, in that second, they will immediately go and begin to leave waves. There is waves of the terror of God. I mean, God has — there’s a terror. There’s a terror of God coming, not for us, it’s not for the body, it’s for the wicked, and He is going to do it. But we can send the Army of Heaven who actually can bring that and release that, they will do it.

Maybe her intended audience has some idea of whatever defilement she’s talking about — I sure don’t — but it’s telling that she has to keep using euphemisms like that because she can’t bring herself to refer to things like vaccine mandates as necessary measures to prevent more Americans from dying of the plague.

She makes everything up and she can’t even keep her stories straight. The lack of self-reflection in these statements are also telling. God never wants to punish Kerr or her followers. Never. They are incapable of doing wrong. It’s always those other people who deserve punishment at the hands of an army of anywhere from 1 to 100 million angels.

There are plenty of churches that practice communal repentance for the wrongs they have done — or things they ought to have done. Kerr’s ministry has no room for humility. It’s too bad. She has a long list of things to apologize for.

(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.