Conspiracy Theorist Jim Bakker: If Trump Loses In 2020, Christians Will Die One After Another

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Written by Ann Brown
Televangelist Jim Bakker, right, walks with his wife Lori Beth Graham after a funeral service at the Billy Graham Library for the Rev. Billy Graham, who died last week at age 99, Friday, March 2, 2018, in Charlotte, N.C. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Infamous televangelist Jim Bakker recently predicted that if Trump fails to win the 2020 election and stay in office, Christians will be slaughtered. It’s a vision he claims he says years ago.

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He made the revelation on a recent episode of “The Jim Bakker Show,” and said liberals are planning various assassination plots targeting Christian leaders and politicians who support Trump.

According to Bakker, Trump was elected by “God’s people” and the “enemies of the gospel know it,” Dead State reported.

“I’m going to say something I probably shouldn’t say,” Bakker, a Trump supporter, said in a video clip that was flagged by Right Wing Watch. “What’s coming next, if we keep losing, you’re going to see the leaders of the church and the leaders of the gospel and the political conservative leaders that are powerful, you are going to see them suddenly die, suddenly killed — suddenly as they were driving, suddenly as they were in a boat, suddenly in an airplane — you’re going to see it one after another.”

You may remember Bakker as half of disgraced ’80s televangelist power couple Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. He served nearly five years of a 45-year prison sentence (for fraud and conspiracy-related charges) from 1989 to 1994. Prior to that he was accuse dof drugging and raping actress Jessica Hahn in 1987, Uproxx reported.