Pastor says White House was ‘cleansed’ of Obama voodoo
Mad American doomsday pastor Paul Begley, above, has been accused of lying about a ‘spiritual cleansing’ of the White House by the Trump team after the Obama’s vacated the place.
The lunatic, according to this report, claimed that the First Lady, Melania Trump, made sure that the White House was “completely exorcised” before she would move into the presidential residence, since former president Barack Obama had left the place littered with “idols” and other “demonic” artifacts.
In a podcast interview last week, Begley revealed that on Inauguration Day last year, the incoming First Lady ordered a massive physical and spiritual cleansing of the White House.
During that five hours when they were ripping out carpets and changing drapes Melania Trump said to her husband, ‘I’m not going to go into that White House unless it has been completely exorcised’.
There were people in there packing up every idol. The only thing that was left was one cross on one wall. They cleansed the White House. They had people in there anointing it with oil and praying everywhere.
However the First Lady’s office denied the story in a response to the Associated Press inquiry, calling it “not true in any way”, but Begley is standing by his claim.
Speaking with fellow doomsday Christian propagandist Doug Hagmann, Begley insisted that his tale was true and that the media were lying by claiming the First Lady had denied it. Instead, he argued, people needed to parse very carefully what the White House had said.
The lamestream, mainstream fake news media tried to say that that was fake news or that there was no … ‘exorcism’ in the White House.
There may not have been a, quote, ‘exorcism’ in the White House, but they didn’t say that they didn’t remove all of the idols, all the relics, all the witchcraft, all the voodoo, all of the things that were in there. They are not going to tell you those weren’t removed because, believe me, they were.
The far-right pastor claimed that his story was accurate based on the word of an anonymous person he claims was “involved” with the objects’ removal