Church leader warns of Trump assassination plot
AN Australian Evangelical church leader says he's had a vision of Donald Trump being assassinated.
The Reverend Dr Danny Nalliah who is the founder of his own Evangelical Catch the Fire Ministry as well as being the leader of the Rise Up Australia Party, which lists opposing Sharia Law and multiculturalism as some of its key policies.
In video posted to Youtube and later in a press release that was sent out to a number of churches Nalliah told of a vision he had a week before the US Election which spectacularly saw Donald Trump elected to the Oval Office.
"I asked the Lord, What is this Lord," Dr Nalliah said.
"Then I saw the words 'Assassination plot on President Elect, Donald Trump at Oval office."
"Immediately I started praying and I had a strong impression that there was a plan to assassinate the President Elect Donald Trump when he visits Obama at the Oval office or maybe another location (if he decides against the Oval office) in the next 3 months.
"In the vision, Trump was seated talking to Obama, and then all of a sudden someone entered the room with a semi-automatic rifle and started firing shots.
"Obama took cover behind a large box or desk in the Oval office, and came out unhurt. There was much panic; I could not see Trump.
"Obama then declared martial law. This would mean he would run the country once again.
"It was then when I had the prompting that Trump must not visit, accept an invitation or meet with Obama in the White House or elsewhere at all, but especially not alone until he takes over the White House at the appointed time.
"Trump must not relax his security and must wear a bullet proof vest while attending meeting in public and if he has to go to the White House for any reason until such time that the Obama administration has ended and is out of that place.
"I personally think that Obama is not a Christian, nor or a Patriotic American; but instead is carrying out a mandate to open the doors for Islam to spread in the USA and throughout the world."
Nalliah then said he had sent an email detailing his vision to all his contacts and asked his church to pray like it had never prayed before.