Trump’s Spiritual Advisor, Paula White, Given Tons of Cash in Pandemic Bailout

When she’s not talking about Satanic pregnancies being aborted, God’s command to support Jim Bakker, or how it’s supposedly it’s illegal for God to do anything on earth without your partnership, Paula White is usually doing this that or the other thing in a bid to raise money, most recently with her using COVID-19 as a pretense to pursuing that sweet mammon.

You’d think for all the money-grubbing Paula White does, She wouldn’t have to take the pandemic bailout. But we suppose the reverse is also true: because she’s a money-grubbing heretic, she’s even more likely to take it.

That’s the case when it turns out her “church” took on some tax-payer funded bailout aid, according to long-awaited government data released this week, enjoying the succulent fruits of the massive government relief program.

Rather than taking the bailout, we would have suggested that Paul Jones head down to the seed-faith treasury of heaven that she’s been so fond of advocating for and make a few withdrawals

Updated: Disrn has a list of more wild-eyed heretics on the government teat

  • Jim Bakker, who leads Morningside Church Productions in Missouri, received between $350,000 and $1 million. He was defrocked by the Assemblies of God after a highly publicized sexual encounter with a church secretary and spent years in prison after being convicted of numerous fraud and conspiracy charges.
  • Peter Popoff, who leads People United for Christ in California, received between $350,000 and $1 million. He was exposed on primetime TV for using an earpiece to receive radio messages from his wife which he used to “prophecy” personal details about audience members at his events. He is also infamous for shilling “miracle spring water” amid high-pressure fundraising efforts.
  • Jimmy Swaggart, who leads the Family Worship Center in Louisiana, got between $2 million and $5 million. He was defrocked by the Pentecostal Assemblies of God in the early 1990s over sex scandals.
  • Joyce Meyer, who leads Joyce Meyer Ministries, received between $5 million and $10 million. She is a prosperity-gospel preacher known for her immense wealth and lavish lifestyle. Her organization had $12 million cash on hand at the end of 2019.