Jehovah’s Witnesses End-Times Cult Seems Gleeful Over Coronavirus
The Jehovah’s Witnesses started as an end-times cult that have predicted the end of the world over and over…and over…and over again. Each time they raise a panic, their numbers swell with scared and gullible converts who are trying to find solace in a crazy world. But surely, after a hundred-plus years of false predictions, the schtick should be getting old.
But apparently it’s not. Listen to the clip below.
“We’re living in the final part of the last days, undoubtedly in the final part of the final part of the last days shortly before the last day of the last days.”
These people are crazy. But they’ve always been crazy.
Recent videos have surfaced that depict the false prophets as almost smug, or even gleeful, about the virus and its consequences (watch below).
The Jehovah’s Witnesses have inaccurately predicted the end of the world (or other end-times events) in 1878, 1881, 1918, 1925, 1975, and a bunch of times “around” the year 2000.
Watch below for a good debunking of their latest prediction.
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