Pastor Greg Locke went viral last week for telling his congregation NOT to wear masks.
He did it with some flair too.
Lefties immediately melted down.
Watch it here:
Just a normal Sunday at Global Vision Bible Church as right-wing pastor Greg Locke literally screams at his congregation "do not get vaccinated" while saying that only "crack-smoking, demon-possessed leftists" think Biden is the legitimate president. pic.twitter.com/humGnQnBoC
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) August 1, 2021
And watch CNN melt down here:
WATCH: Pastor Greg Locke orders his congregants not to wear masks or get vaccinated. @CNNValencia says 20 minutes before a pre-scheduled interview with CNN, Locke said God told him to cancel. He later went on FB Live to call the crew of three women "diabolic jezebels" pic.twitter.com/dvVcl9kQrG
— Alli Hedges Maser (@AllisonLHedges) August 2, 2021
I think he sounds like a great American and my kind of pastor!
But there’s more to the story that no one seemed to cover.
Much, much more.
In fact, this is WAY more newsworthy in my opinion than the clip everyone is melting down over.
In this video, Pastor Locke tells a story of being 1 of 42 people invited to a secret meeting with very high up White Hats.
He describes the meeting as incredibly strict security and then two full days of information download where even though he is under an NDA, he sums it up by saying “we were right about everything!”
In other words, the plan is still in place, trust the plan, and the storm is nearly upon us!
I was blown away.
I have no idea if he’s telling the truth or not, but he does say “may God strike me dead if I am exaggerating even a small part of this” so that’s pretty serious.
I’ll let you make your own decision.
Watch here on Rumble:
Fox News 4 had more on Locke:
A Mount Juliet Pastor who is no stranger to making headlines is once again raising eyebrows for his church’s ban on masks.
Greg Locke, pastor at the Global Vision Church, has told followers that they will be asked to leave ‘the tent’ if they show up in masks.
“We will escort you to the door,” Locke said in a recent video from his RV in Florida.
“We are a place of faith, not a place of fear,” Locke went on to say. “I’m digging my heels in and I’m not changing my mind.”
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Locke has come under question in the recent years, most recently after having pardoned Trump ally Roger Stone speak to his congregation shortly after getting out of jail.
Locke’s message Tuesday comes hours after the CDC issued a recommendation that even vaccinated people should be wearing masks indoors and in certain social settings in states where the virus is surging.