After a video of President Donald Trump’s spiritual advisor Paula White calling for “satanic pregnancies to miscarry” surfaced on social media, she claimed her comments were taken out of context.
On Sunday, White said in a tweet, “I don’t normally respond, but clearly this has been taken out of context. I was praying Eph 6:12 that we wrestle not against flesh and blood.”
Additionally, White suggested that her comments were taken out of context and “for political gain.”
“Let’s be clear what is really going on… this is a disingenuous attempt to use words out of context for political gain. I will just keep praying!”
That is- any plans to hurt people. Let's be clear what is really going on… this is a disingenuous attempt to use words out of context for political gain. I will just keep praying!— Paula White-Cain (@Paula_White) January 26, 2020
White’s comments stirred up controversy after the organization Right Wing Watch shared the clip of the sermon where she made the comments.
“We declare any strange winds — any strange winds that have been sent to hurt the church, sent against this nation, sent against our president, sent against myself, sent against others — we break it by the superior blood of Jesus right now,” she said.
“In the name of Jesus, we command all satanic pregnancies to miscarry right now. We declare that anything that has been conceived in satanic wombs that it will miscarry, it will not be able to carry forth any plan of destruction, any plan of harm.”
Watch the clip below:
Presidential spiritual adviser Paula White takes authority over the marine kingdom, the animal kingdom, and all "satanic pregnancies" that seek to harm Trump or the church. pic.twitter.com/pmrJEIxCHk— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) January 24, 2020
White’s comments led the hashtag “satanic pregnancies” to trend on Twitter as users mocked and criticized her.
Ok, now I am really confused. The lunatic White House faith advisor is calling for some at risk (satanic) pregnancies to miscarry. Does this mean they are not really pro life? What exactly is a satanic pregnancy anyway? https://t.co/5qg5MYnKxD— Fred Guttenberg (@fred_guttenberg) January 26, 2020
Any "pro-life" politician, political commentator, bishop, priest or minister who has not demanded that Paula White be fired immediately from the White House staff is a fake – a complete 100% fake.— Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) January 27, 2020
So, let's see how many fakes there are out there…
The Church of Satan even weighed in on her comments, “Asking your imaginary friend to terminate someone else’s pregnancy against their will is pretty messed up.”Published in