Pastor Claims Melania Refused To Stay In the White House Until 1 Big Thing Took Place


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Appearing on a recent radio program, evangelical Pastor Paul Begley dropped an interesting story about Melania Trump and the White House. Begley was talking about the prayer meetings and Bible studies that some have been holding in the White House since the First Family moved in.

According to Begley, First Lady Melania Trump didn’t want to go into the White House “unless it has been completely exorcised.”

From Biz Pac Review:

Appearing on February 2 on the program Weekend Vigilante, Begley told host Sheila Zilinsky that the first lady said, “I’m not going to go into that White House unless it has been completely exorcised” of pagan artifacts and items from previous Democratic administrations, according to CNS News.

According to Begley, other than a cross on the wall, “they cleansed the White House. They had people in there anointing it with oil and praying everywhere.”

“I have to say, when the president allowed 40 pastors to come in to the White House and anoint him with oil and lay their hands and pray on him—seven times he’s done this—that is unheard of,” the pastor said. “We haven’t ever – the guy’s got flaws, we all do. But at least he is humble enough and recognizing that he needs God enough that he keeps bringing them in for the prayer.”

Begley attributed this to Melania.

According to Begley, she said, “I will not spend one night in it’” to her husband on Inauguration Day.

Begley said that during the eight years that former President Barack Obama was there and presidents before him, including Bill Clinton, there were all kinds of “idol gods and images and all kinds of artifacts in there that were demonic.”

Begley claimed that the Clintons spent their honeymoon with a ‘witch doctor.’ The Washington Post does say they visited a voodoo high priest and they brought back a lot of Haitian artifacts.

In his book, My Life, Bill Clinton explained that he and Hillary attended a voodoo ceremony where an alleged “spirit arrived,” participants rolled flaming torches over their bodies and walked on hot coals and, at one point, a person bit off the head of a chicken.

Yikes!

Begley said he was not there when the ‘cleanse’ took place but that he was told about it.

“I was not there, but a close source to those working in the White House revealed to me that the ‘Spiritual Cleaning’ did take place before the First Lady would feel comfortable living at the White House,” Begley wrote in an email to CNS News. “All religious artifacts from former administrations were removed except for 1 cross on 1 wall in the White House. Also Prayer Meetings were established in the White House for prayer and devotions. I was requested to (not reveal my source).”

He would not reveal his source for the information.

Now, who knows if this story is true. That’s one of those things that no one would ever confirm if it happened.

But after eight years of the Obama regime with the animus directed toward people of faith, Conservatives and so many other people, plus a whole lot of other things that likely went on in the White House in the past, it was probably not a bad idea to bless the house and start off fresh, if they did it.

[Note: This post was written by Nick Arama]

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