NAR “Prophet” Julie Green Larps as “God”
Isn’t this against the rules?
As my readers know, I am not religious, but I don’t think you are allowed to pretend you are literally God. Are you?
Julie Green is a “prophet” in the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement and claims to get the word of God… on her phone. She awkwardly reads them to her audience every day. She also travels on Mike Flynn’s QAnon psyops tour.
So I’ve seen a lot of Julie Green — including this beautiful moment where her “prophecy” of a plague was confirmed by a local lantern fly infestation.
But today, on the final day of Mike Flynn’s traveling psyops tour before the election, Julie Green just goes for broke, skips the phone, and larps as “God” directly.
She talks about Jesus as “my son,” the audience as “my children,” and wishes devastation upon her enemies and their “families.” 😑
Now there are two possibilities here:
Julie Green has a direct brain phone to God — who turns out to be a pissed off Telegram-addled Republican soccer mom, OR
Julie Green is doing horrible amateur “God” improv theater based on a bunch of talking points Mike Flynn gave her
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