Topping the offensive comparison of former first lady to Chewbacca last week, one ‘prophetic intercessor’ called into a radio show with supposedly inside information that Michelle Obama was actually a man.
Charismatics are weird.
Francine Fosdick of the Up Front In The Prophetic radio program hosted a prayer call last month during which one of the “intercessors” prayed that former first lady Michelle Obama would be exposed as a man.
And I am asking you Father that the true identity of Michelle—Michael—would be exposed. Father, I am asking you that that whole family, that those children—they are not their children, they’re the children of Obama’s best friend—Father, we ask you that that whole lie would be exposed for the everyday person to see it, in Jesus’ name.”
The rumor that Mrs. Obama is a man named “Michael” was popularized by conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones, around 2017.
Francine Fosdick is associated with the “Fireman prophet,” Mark Taylor, who is regularly featured on the Jim Bakker program and is popular among the New Apostolic Reformation.
When people claim to speak prophetically, they’re claiming to speak under the inspiration of God the Holy Spirit. One can hardly believe the Holy Spirit is behind such crazed and irrational conspiracies.
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