On Friday’s edition of “Trunews” with Rick Wiles, Georgia pastor Benjamin Faircloth claimed that if elected, Hillary Clinton “would have no problem setting this nation on fire” and would attempt to expand her authority just as Turkish President Recep Erdoğan has consolidated power following an attempted coup.
“Turkey, what’s happening there, Pastor Rick, is going to happen here in America,” Faircloth said, arguing that Erdoğan staged the coup in order “to take total control, if you will, and be a dictator over that nation.”
“To me, what it does is it shows us a parallel, it shows us an overlay, it shows us what’s coming to this nation,” Faircloth said. “If they can’t win by the ballot box, if they can’t win by, you know, fair, free elections, there is no doubt in my mind that same scare, that same type of entity here in America will pull the trigger and destroy this nation. If they can’t do it the way they wanna do it, I think that they will pull the trigger.”
“They want to shut you up,” Faircloth continued. “They’re ready to shut you up. They’re ready to shut all of us up, and when Hillary becomes president, that’s gonna be one of their main goals. You have to silence those who are in opposition of you, and that’s exactly what’s happening in Turkey right now.”
“If Hillary Clinton wins the White House, what you think the spiritual and political climate will be in this country?” Wiles asked.
“Well, first of all, Pastor, is how does she get in?” Faircloth responded. “If she gets in by just rigging the election and everything seems to be, you know, somewhat peaceful, I think she could stretch this thing out, but if it’s in anarchy, if it’s in complete chaos already, there’s no telling what’s in her heart. I think her heart is black, I think it’s evil.”
Faircloth claimed that when Clinton talked about the American Revolution during her Democratic National Convention speech, he “saw a change in her face.”
“I saw a change in her old demeanor and attitude, and I think that she would have no problem setting this nation on fire to get their goals completed,” Faircloth said.
Wiles alleged that Clinton wants a second revolution in the U.S., this time against Christianity.
“What she’s saying is we have reached a point where we can eradicate the old America that started after the first revolution,” Wiles said.