Disgraced TV preacher Jim Bakker, who resigned from his Assemblies of God ministries after facing accusations of drugging and raping an employee, urged viewers to stock up on his overpriced buckets of End Times survival food in the event that Democrats assassinate President Donald Trump.
“If they kill our president or they destroy him or whatever, if we elect the other side,” Bakker said, “this is it. I think maybe Trump is here to give us time to get ready because all hell is going to break loose.”
With tears rolling down his face, Bakker held his grandchild in his arms while he urged viewers to load up on his $60 buckets of pancake mix because “hunger” would be a sign that “the Antichrist” has appeared.
“We’re not going to have the Antichrist show up to get the sign of the Mark of the Beast on our forehead or hand, it won’t happen without hunger,” he added.
“Hunger is going to be the main thing. Most people don’t get it, they don’t want to get it, but that is why I am so obsessed with you all being prepared.”
According to Right Wing Watch:
Bakker’s wife, Lori, warned that Christians who don’t think they would ever accept the Mark of the Beast will inevitably do so when they see that their children or grandchildren are starving, which prompted Bakker to bring out his newborn grandson, whom he cradled as he wept, saying, “I hear them crying, I’ve heard them crying for years and God says, ‘What will you do if these babies are starving?’”
The program then immediately cut away to a pre-filmed segment promoting Bakker’s $1,500 “Complete Grocery Store” survival package.