DANIEL WHYTE III TELLS THE FOLLOWING PASTORS WHO SUPPORT TRUMP: ROBERT JEFFRESS, DARRELL SCOTT, FRANKLIN GRAHAM, VAN MOODY, ANTHONY GEORGE, GREG LAURIE, JON PONDER, JACK GRAHAM, BEN CARSON, SEAN FEUCHT, CHARLIE KIRK, and others, if you want to do the work of a PROPHET tell former President Trump that you love him and you appreciate the good that he has done, but WE ARE TELLING YOU not to run in 2024 for your own good, for the good of your family, and for the good of the country. What you did on January 6th and what you caused to happen on January 6th disqualifies you from being the president of the United States or of any other country. If you decide to run, we want you to know that we will not be behind you and we will not encourage our evangelical followers to support you. However, we will be praying for you. Now Pastors, this needs to be done publicly either verbally, in writing or both, and each one of you need to resign from politics completely and never get involved in it again, and going forward, focus your attention on getting the church healed and revived and getting the church back to praying, reading the Bible, obeying the Bible, witnessing for the Lord, and preparing the church for the rapture. If you truly want to be a patriot, in light of your calling, those things will be the best things you can do for this country and for the world.
A week after Trump teased his upcoming ‘very big announcement,’ his fortunes have changed dramatically without an expected red wave.
“This is the year we’re going to take back the House, we’re going to take back the Senate, and we’re going to take back America,” Trump said one week ago. “And in 2024, most importantly, we are going to take back our magnificent White House.”
But the aftermath Trump has been dealt on the eve of his announcement – a likely third presidential bid – is a far more hostile one than he dreamed up just days ago.
The former president has become the target of GOP disappointment for what turned out to be an underwhelming election, as a number of prominent conservative commentators, right-leaning publications and lawmakers have criticized his influence on voters, along with his endorsement of a number of candidates who lost their races.
All the while, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, perhaps Trump’s most well-positioned rival, who just one week ago was locked in what pollsters said was a somewhat competitive race, has been hoisted to new heights following a blockbuster reelection win and heralded by some as the party’s future – even leading Trump in key states according to some polling. At a glance, DeSantis is perhaps on the rise while Trump may be on the decline.
Just ahead of his “big” announcement, Trump appears to be in a position of unique vulnerability. And there’s no turning back now.
Trump’s presidential bid has been widely anticipated for months, while he hinted on numerous occasions that he would return to the White House. But the timing of the announcement has appeared to be up in the air until recently.
Scattered reports in recent weeks pointed to a post-elections November announcement. But the former president landed on Nov. 15 – the day former Vice President Mike Pence is set to release his memoir – to share the news.
Though the move appears to be an intentional slight to Pence, who famously broke with Trump on Jan. 6, the book is expected to level criticisms at the former president just as he launches a reelection campaign.
Source:USNEWS, By Kaia Hubbard