A Christian pastor named Robin Bullock has told his congregation that it is a sin to refer to Joe Biden as “president”.
A video of Bullock’s sermon, reposted by Right Wing Watch, shows the pastor telling his followers they should pray for Biden.
“You can pray for a man named Joe Biden. You should. No, no, don’t indulge yourself in hatred. You should pray. Okay?” he started. “You can pray for the office of president. But you can’t pray for President Joe Biden, because you might as well pray for the Easter Bunny, because he doesn’t exist.”
“And there is no anointing,” he said of Biden’s office. “And if you celebrate or praise him, you have entered into his sin.”
Bullock is a self-proclaimed “prophet” who erroneously predicted that former President Donald Trump would win the 2020 presidential election. Bullock co-founded Youth Force Ministries Church International and hosts the weekly “Prophetic” program on YouTube The eleventh hour.
Bullock refused to accept that Biden won.
“Joe Biden is not the rightful president,” Bullock said in a live YouTube broadcast on April 20 for The eleventh hour. “It’s a jackal sitting in the seat of the White House.” Bullock called Biden “dangerous to America”.
Bullock called Trump a “legitimate president”. He said prophets like him can “recall” Trump to the presidency. He added that if Trump wanted to return to the Oval Office, “God will supernaturally move things out of the way.”
Bullock also implored Biden to “stand up to the American people and admit what happened” by stating “that this was a fraud” and that Biden “did not legitimately win” .
The pastor said Biden was trying to “stop the prophecy” of the Trump presidency. Biden will suffer and be driven mad by the “terrible burden” of “hiding the truth,” Bullock said.
Towards the end of March, when Biden tripped several times while climbing the stairs to the Air Force One plane, Bullock claimed it was a symbol that Biden’s presidency was “over.” In this sermon, he compared Biden to the murdered Roman Emperor Julius Caesar, whom Bullock called a “tyrant.”
In a sermon in early April, Bullock claimed that all homosexuals are in fact evangelical believers who have been taken up by spirits. In November 2020, he blamed the coronavirus and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on the people who supported Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Newsweek contacted Bullock for comment.