“Prophet” Says Scientists will Control Weather, Hurricanes, to Oppose Trump

June 4, 2018


Climate Denial meme: “Scientists who can’t tell you what the weather will be tomorrow want you to think they can predict weather 100 years from now.”

Now add – same scientists are controlling Hurricanes to punish climate deniers.

Sounds right.

Right Wing Watch:

Mark Taylor, the so-called “firefighter prophet” about whom Liberty University is making a movie, appeared on Sheila Zilinksy’s podcast over the weekend where he warned that those who oppose President Trump will use secret technology to create hurricanes just before the midterm elections in order to suppress voter turnout among Trump supporters.


Taylor, who is fond of promoting wild conspiracy theories, has long insisted that Hurricanes Harvey and Irma were created by the Illuminati and struck Texas and Florida as punishment against those who voted for Trump. Taylor said that he saw signs in Subtropical Storm Alberto that these same nefarious forces are planning to use weather once again to target Trump voters.

“Look for some stuff right before the election,” Taylor warned.”Look for false flags, and one of the things that the Lord has been showing me is that this could be a very nasty hurricane season. We’re already getting effects down here in Florida, we just had one come through here, it was a subtropical system. It doesn’t normally start this early and that is what the Lord was showing me.”

“We both know there is technology out there,” he continued. “Irma and Harvey were both generated and steered by man. There could be a couple of nasty hurricanes right before the elections to upset the elections, so people can’t vote, they don’t have power, so forth and so on.”

Taylor said that Christians must engage in warfare prayer that those in the government who are loyal to Trump will gain control of “the technology behind the storm” in order to protect the elections.

“This is all going to hinge,” he said, “[on] if they have control of the weather stuff.”

17 Responses to ““Prophet” Says Scientists will Control Weather, Hurricanes, to Oppose Trump”

  1. stephengn1 Says:

    Oil deals
    Wars in the Middle East
    Geopolitical maneuvering

    The Israeli far right, the Russian religious right, the American religious right

    Everything is prophecy… or manipulation


  2. Gingerbaker Says:


    And here I was, funded by Dr. Michael Mann, who skimmed the big climate science hoax money from the Nazi Jew George Soros, building a hurricane machine in my garage, using plans from Al Gore and DARPA. Curses, foiled again!

    • John Kane Says:

      What I want to know is how were you going to get the storm to only target “christians. It must be hard to flood out one house and miss the one on either side of it in a new subdivision.

      Don’t answer if you have not filed the patent yet.

  3. Of course, the fact that the hurricane season peaks in the late summer/early fall *anyway* and the elections come in November is all part of that plot.

  4. Sir Charles Says:

    Must be a conspiracy. These hurricanes are all spiral.

  5. Sir Charles Says:

    Over the weekend, Trump declared an autocracy

    • indy222 Says:

      How long are we going to let this go on? I’m as cynical a political observer as any that exist… yet I can’t believe my eyes and ears at how far down the toilet we’ve spiraled in just 2 years. If anything, my view of humanity was far too optimistic and generous.

      • Sir Charles Says:

        Hold your breath.

        https://democracynow.org – As President Trump celebrated his 500th day in office Monday, many legal experts warned that the country could soon face a constitutional crisis as the president continues to attack special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. On Monday, Trump tweeted, “The appointment of the Special Counsel is totally UNCONSTITUTIONAL!” He also tweeted, “As has been stated by numerous legal scholars, I have the absolute right to PARDON myself.” Over the weekend, The New York Times published a 20-page confidential letter written by Trump’s lawyers to special counsel Robert Mueller, in which his lawyers claim Trump is above the law and thus cannot have illegally obstructed the Mueller investigation. Trump’s attorneys also claim the Constitution gives the president power to terminate the Mueller probe. We speak to Philadelphia Daily News columnist Will Bunch in Philadelphia. His latest column is headlined “The week Trump went full dictator and no one tried to stop him.”

  6. ted knopper Says:

    Crack pots are on both sides, what has that to do with climate change? All this is BS. Moonbeam, the governor of California claims 3 billion will die from climate change in a recent speach, the tiny problem is he pulled that number out of the ether. The data shows the climate is changing a bit from 400 years ago when it was colder. What is doing the changing and how much is caused by mans use of hydrocarbon fuels is in dispute. Why not bring on the data and studies and look at them?

    • Sir Charles Says:

      There is no “dispute” about the cause of current rapid global warming, ted, except amongst illiterates and fools.

      More studies?

      Maybe you just give up trying to fool us, ted.

      • John Kane Says:

        That is being unjust to illiterates.

        An illiterate can understand the issues perfectly well. Fools are another matter.

        • dumboldguy Says:

          Deniers begin by being willfully ignorant, and they soon become functionally illiterate—-WIFI’s for short—-which is beyond “fool”. Calling them fools is being unjust to fools, many of whom have low IQ’s and can’t help their lack of understanding..

    • Lionel Smith Says:

      The data shows the climate is changing a bit from 400 years ago when it was colder.

      Plus explanation of any assertions at source.

    • ubrew12 Says:

      knopper: “Why not bring on the data and studies and look at them?” I looked at the Vostok temperature data for the last 400,000 yrs, and calculated temperature change per century for the 3,650 centuries before 1800. The average of these 3,650 data points was 0.0C, and the standard deviation was 0.34C. The distribution is normal. Vostok is just a single point on Earth, however, and far more variable than Earth overall. For example, looking at the Pages_2k Earth average (tree rings) for the last 2,000 yrs, I got a standard deviation of 0.08C, versus 0.9C for Vostok. Conservatively, you can assume the standard deviation for Earth, on average, for the last 400,000 yrs is half Vostok, or 0.17C. Using ordinary statistics, the likelihood that the 20th centuries temperature change of 0.8C was ‘natural’ is 0.0003% using 0.17C as the standard deviation, or 2% using 0.34C. In the last 25 years, Earth’s average temperature has been rising at an century-equivalent rate of 2.24 C/century. The likelihood that this is ‘natural’, based on Vostok data of the last 400,000 years, is ~0. Its fair to present this since you asked me to bring on the data and look at it.

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