2020 has been a bad year for charismatic prophets. First, they got hit with the wallop that was a worldwide pandemic that not a single charismatic prophet predicted. Not one. Dr. Michael Brown, being essentially an apologist for the devil tried to point out two prophets who “prophesied” about it, but these guys also said it would be diminished and end by Jewish Passover- which was back in April 2020, and that clearly has not happened. As you’d expect, Brown has been silent about that one.

They doubled down on their omission with a bit of commission, when a cornucopia of them prophecied that Trump would win the election, frequently in a “landslide” and a “red wave.”

While we understand that some giant revelations may be revealed that demonstrates voter fraud extensive enough to overcome the tens of thousands of votes that Biden leads by, at this point it’s in the bag and these prophets have been proven false.

Thankfully, we have Steven Kozar of the Messed Up Church to hold some feet to the fire, as he documented just a smattering of this continuationist malfeasance.

Kenneth Copeland, Pat Robertson, Sid Roth, Stephen Strang, Jeremiah Johnson, Kat Kerr, John Hemans, Robert Henderson, Tracy Eckhert, Mark Taylor, Chuck Pierce, Mike Lindell, Kevin Zadai, Tracey Cooke, Paula White, Mario Murilla, Francis Myles, Kim Clement, Robin Bullock, Hank Kunneman, Lance Wallnau, Kris Vallotton, and host of others.

Have you ever seen a more motley crew? False prophets all. The fact that they got it wrong should surprise no one, and should only serve to mark them even more forcefully, so we can avoid them more strenuously.



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40 thoughts on “A Compendium of False Trump Prophecies by False Prophets

  1. Yet, tens of thousands of believers will look past this indictment and blindly continue to follow these blind guides. Sad.

  2. You should’ve waited to post this until all court rulings were final, all votes tallied. Else you may find yourself the one issuing an embarasing retraction. But I doubt you’ll acknowledge it once proven wrong. You must be relying on Fox News for our intel.

    1. You obviously haven’t watched the video with Kat Kerr where she was asked that specifically and responded it would to 2 consecutive terms followed by Pence for 2 more.

  3. False prophets should be exposed and most of these have already been discredited. But it’s far too soon for you to gloat. I’m surprised that a discernment blog would be so quick to follow mainstream media. They are the ones calling this election prematurely and it’s not over yet. You’ve posted on this site articles about voter fraud and criticized SBC leaders for denying it. There is fraud. It’s clear and evident and there are many court cases now to prove it. This election has not been officially decided. The electoral collage has not certified the results. The states are still recounting and the courts are still reviewing. You’re feeding the narrative as much as the leftist media. I’m not a rabid trump defender but in your rush to call out false prophets you’ve forgotten the story isn’t finished. Sometime between the electoral college and the inauguration is the only time to know for sure. Unless the previous comment is correct then it might be 2024.

  4. Wait – what did I miss? Trump lost??? When??? Are you sure about that? Last I checked the election has not been decided by the officials, by the people who have the authority to call the election. As of today, Trump has won Alaska and North Carolina, Georgia is recounting, Michigan has called for an investigation, Minnesota and Penn are still undetermined. There are multiple lawsuits in multiple states. Where are you getting your information from? CNN? MSNBC? Is this how you do your other research? Why don’t you do an article on the Dominion company or how our election system is so completely corrupted?

  5. Just checking back in with an update 11/16/20
    Excerpt from an article:
    …the election remains in play until Dec. 14 when the states actually cast their electoral college votes, unless one candidate concedes the race, according to market analyst Graham Summers. “So, unless President Trump concedes between now and then, Joe Biden hasn’t won anything, no matter what the media tells you,” he writes. “Indeed, the media has no say in this, anymore than they can decide what color the sky is; they’re simply trying to get you angry so you’ll continue to watch their awful shows so they can sell your eyeballs to advertisers.”
    “With that in mind, we need to take a step back and assess how this election is likely to play out based on the LAW, not public opinion or media propaganda,” he continued. “Based on the law, it is highly possible and in fact probable that Donald Trump will end up winning the 2020 Presidential election.”
    Once the courts are involved, Biden’s odds of winning diminish, Summers added, because Trump has evidence on his side, and Biden only has a small “lead” in several states where there’s evidence of voter fraud.
    The Supreme Court has already gotten involved by ordering the State of Pennsylvania to segregate ballots that arrived after 8PM on election night, ballots of which gave an edge to Biden.
    Interestingly, there’s been reports that several Penn. precincts have failed to do so, which gives Trump a strong legal advantage.

  6. Where are these people now that question Trumps loss, though that is not the bigger issue. Sid Roth is and always has been a false prophet. He does not prophecy, he’s a sooth sayer. The PROPHETS did NOT prophecy things like ‘election results’ but rather God’s Judgment and the Coming of The LORD and The DAY of the LORD- it’s all about JESUS CHRIST, not about one’s political preferences (otherwise known as ‘party spirit’). If one is so ‘entrenched’ in their politics over Christ Jesus one might need to question their ‘Faith”. In deed the LORd said: “but when the Son of Man returns will He find (the) Faith on earth”? The big hordes and being accumulated, shuttled in, mass gathered like cattle into Mega Churches of cattle of people who prefer magic tricks and ‘signs and wonders’ over Christ Alone for their salvation….

  7. The fact that a prophet gets a prophecy wrong doesn’t make him a false prophet. But claiming that you had a 5 hour face face with Jesus who told you that Trump would win (stand up Kevin Zadai) and then he loses by a landslide, is shall we say problematic. To then double down and predict that massive fraud will soon be exposed by God, when this has been the cleanest election in history thanks to decent, honest public servants who put country over personal preference, is now prophetic fraud. Lets not forget that decent honest hard working public servants are now receiving death threats as a result of this conspiracy theory. It becomes morally shabby to push conspiracy theories that have no evidence and lead people into delusional convictions that the Democrats are evil communists and that the devil stole the election.

    Leaders claiming special revelations from God that bore no relationship with reality, and leading people into weird delusional world beliefs used to be considered cult leaders. As a Christian I am seriously alarmed at the delusional behaviour of these ministries and the warped political world that they are creating in their followers. How is it even possible for the devil to steal and election from God? There is no evidence of widespread fraud and this has to date been tested over 30 times in court. Zero evidence. But because the « prophet » has a revelation we are being asked to believe that Trump won, but the Democrats stole it. We are waiting for God to expose it, but maybe people haven’t prayed hard enough? Anyone fasting and praying for this is being deceived and deluded and that is not ok.

    At least Kris Vallotton offered an apology and hasn’t doubled down on a lie.

    1. By your attitude, you sound like a liberal Democrat. How’s that post-birth abortion working for you? How many more babies will be aborted now that We have a “progressive” administration? I guess you agree with them making an enemies list and sending those who don’t agree with them to re-education camps?

      But Trump is bad.

      1. Hi Leslie,

        I’m really struggling with your reply on various levels.

        Firstly, what does abortion or politics have to do with falsely claiming Jesus told you that Trump would win the election?

        But if you want to get into it, there is no state in America that is proposing to impose abortion after birth, nor is that an election promise by any party. So I’m not understanding where you are coming from? In fact very little if anything is going to change there. But a challenge to the Supreme Court could well over turn Roe Wade now, whether or not progressives are in government. So it doesn’t matter if Trump loses.

        Thirdly, where are these re-education camps? Might you be demonising the Democrats just a tiny bit?

        Heres a plea to grown up debate, honesty with facts and an end to blinkered partisan politics in the church. No one party has all the truth or justice on its side and no one party or candidate represents God.

    2. There is tons of examples of fraud and cheating. Visit you tube. Search for Michigan election hearings. Same for georgia, arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Watch the fill day hearings. Not 30 minutes.

    3. Cult leaders? No. How about just plain nuts? But also, this election was loads of cheating and fraud. Search you tube. Election hearings.

  8. This article wreaks of evil and the devil’s influence. I pray that if there are any true God-fearing Christians reading this that you delete this website. It is Satan’s desire that you be misled by false prophets, and I can honestly say that I recognize a few of the names on the list that this article presents as false prophets and these men are true men of God who are lead by the Holy Spirit. One true false prophet is the one who is speaking through this article. I urge you to remember the Lord’s prayer…Our Father who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven…Our God has already claimed Trump’s victory in Heaven and it is now our duty as followers of Christ to claim this victory on earth, as this is God’s will…we must continue to remain steadfast in our faith and trust in God’s plan with prayer and fasting. God Bless Our Country and God Bless President Trump.

    1. There is tons of examples of fraud and cheating. Visit you tube. Search for Michigan election hearings. Same for georgia, arizona, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Watch the fill day hearings. Not 30 minutes. As for prophets? You people are seriously violating God”s command not to foretell the future. That’s all is attempting to be done with these heathens and blasphemers.

  9. “The fact that a prophet gets a prophecy wrong doesn’t make him a false prophet“

    Yes it does.

    “a prophet who presumes to speak in my name anything I have not commanded, or a prophet who speaks in the name of other gods, is to be put to death.” You may say to yourselves, “How can we know when a message has not been spoken by the LORD?” If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the LORD does not take place or come true, that is a message the LORD has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously, so do not be alarmed.” Deut. 18:20–22

    Prophets made two kinds of predictions. Far and near. People are most familiar with ‘far’ prophecies— Those that would not come true during the lifetime of the people who heard the prophecy (see the predictions of the Messiah’s death in Daniel 9 for example). We also have examples like this in the New Testament (I.e. Matthew 24 and Revelation chapters 4-22). But how could a person, who heard a ‘long-range’ prophecy, know for certain that the prophet was telling the truth about it? Well, as Deuteronomy 18 requires, the prophet also needed to make ‘near’ prophecies that could be witnessed by people alive at the time, so that they could tell whether or not he was a reliable messenger from God. If a ‘near’ prophecy didn’t come true, that person was to be immediately considered as a false prophet. We can’t rely on him… EVER… whether his message is good, or ‘scary.’ A true prophet had to be 100% accurate on all the ‘near’ prophecies he made so people would trust his ‘far-off’ prophecies and other ‘near’ prophecies.

    Jesus made many ‘far’ predictions of events that would NOT transpire during his listener’s lifetime. But think about it… a person doesn’t have to be a real prophet to make a long range prediction. Anyone can do that, and gather a following and become famous for being a prophet. He and his listeners will be dead before anyone can see if the event happened or not. In other words, he could be a false prophet, and none of his followers would ever know. This is why ‘near’ prophecies were important. For example, Jesus predicted the destruction of Jerusalem. This occurred in 70 A.D. When Titus and the Roman legion sacked Jerusalem and destroyed the temple, as Jesus had predicted. But note— This was an event that happened within the lifetime of many who had heard Jesus make the prediction, making them witnesses of Jesus’ prophetic authority. These kinds of short-range predictions would give people confidence that His other long-range predictions would happen as well.

  10. We should not be taken by surprise Jesus warned us about many false prophets and deception as birth pangs pointing to His soon return. Look up! Mathew 24.
    the problem is many American Christians worship Trump instead of Jesus Christ, this is idolatry.
    Believe the constitution is equal to the Bible it’s not!
    That America is so special it is somehow equated with Israel not true
    That Trump has a “davidic” spirit so one of the prophets said when Trump attended church.
    That there will be a great end time revival with signs and wonders ( the bible says there will be a falling away) put all these things together and it’s easy to see why many can be easily deceived!

  11. I never heard anyone including himself (Mike Lindell) claim to be a prophet but you are calling him one along with a few others. Dont be so fast to judge. You have to give it time and see if they were correct or not. I have not found any mistakes in Kim Clement’s prophecies thus far. And remember, its not their time, not your time, its God’s time as to when something is going to happen.

    God bless
    V.Rev. Don Jeffrey ChD.

    1. You may want to actually research Clements false prophecies. He missed Bin Ladens capture by 7 years. His 9/11 prophecies are laden with things which are wrong. His prophecying falsely is quite easy to find for those who seek the truth.

    2. Kim Clement was a exhibitionist performance making full of himself
      Showoff . Where does anyone get so far from a fear of the Lord that they pass off their words as God”s word? And turn it into an instrument and electronic enhanced SHOW? Offensive? Of course. Christians are that lost?

  12. You can’t blame Christian folks for wanting to get behind these prophecies and believe them. The alternatives include a ton of really bad things for this nation. People want to believe in good. They want to believe in God stepping in for His people and straightening out the tremendous crap that’s been going on. They want to believe in good triumph over evil. Not in the future but today. I would like to see a country where people put value in truth, the family, God, and policy over political correctness and popularity. This place is a damn joke. So many lies floating around..you don’t know if the sky is blue if you hear it on the news without checking. God help us. I’ve been a Christian for 40 plus years. I’ve ask God many times to speak to me. I can’t say He ever really has. That doesn’t mean I don’t believe in Him. These guys claim to hear Him every day. He tells them all this stuff. All the time. They get sucked up the Heaven. I gotta admit it sounds wacked. Or I am the real problem cuz I don’t pray enough. Don’t fast enough or ever. I’m not sincere enough to join that club. I’m just an average cat looking around and trying to make sense of things. I ain’t throwing stones here. I am a critical thinker however… Hindsight is always 20/20. And when someone tells you to have faith and get on board with something that’s appears to be what God would want to happen. . Well .. you just want to do it. Even if they are wrong and you end up looking like jackasses in the end . You want good to win damn it. You want some hope. What’s my point? My crystall ball is broke. I don’t have a clue what’s gonna happen. I hope God shows up in a big way here and this nation gets some truth and goodness back. Some good finally wins. God wins. My mom always said.. God will go with us and take care of us to the end.. so calm down son. Thats probably good advice. This is God’s game. He knows the beginning from the end. One day He is gonna show up and set it right. That will be a good day. Til then let’s try to be good to each other. Peace out✌RG

    1. I think you are on the right path, brother. I don’t know what to make of all of it either. Prophecy is one of the gifts of the Spirit of God. Yet so many who claim to have heard from God give these wacky pronouncements, many of which (as we have seen here) simply do not come to pass. It’s a classic case of confirmation bias, except it’s a religious version. And what makes me scratch my head is none of them mention this current pestilence as a possible judgment on this nation, and the world, from God, when all through the Bible — including the New Testament prophecies — pestilence is one of the signs of judgment. I’m not saying that we are under judgment. I’m saying that it’s indeed curious that none of these religious leaders even mentions it as a remote possibility. It’s like they think that the United States is the only country in the world that God loves or cares about, or that we are immune to something like judgment, or pestilence. Either way, this video only backs up suspicions I have held after seeing so many “prophecy” videos on YT and wondering how “God” could get it wrong. Perhaps he wasn’t speaking to them? It’s a mystery, that’s for sure.

    2. The problem with many people is they are following Man made groups of Jesus followers. They are in a church that Jesus “s apostles started.. The fullness of truth is on deposit among the catholic churches. And ever since Jesus ascended to the Father we are to use the bible for instruction. .. not prophets. The priests play a vital part for people. And the Holy Mass is the most important thing.

  13. False Prophets and Empty Oracles
    9 My heart within me is broken
    Because of the prophets;
    All my bones shake.
    I am like a drunken man,
    And like a man whom wine has overcome,
    Because of the Lord,
    And because of His holy words.
    10 For the land is full of adulterers;
    For because of a curse the land mourns.
    The pleasant places of the wilderness are dried up.
    Their course of life is evil,
    And their might is not right.

    11 “For both prophet and priest are profane;
    Yes, in My house I have found their wickedness,” says the Lord.
    12 “Therefore their way shall be to them
    Like slippery ways;
    In the darkness they shall be driven on
    And fall in them;
    For I will bring disaster on them,
    The year of their punishment,” says the Lord.
    13 “And I have seen [e]folly in the prophets of Samaria:
    They prophesied by Baal
    And caused My people Israel to err.
    14 Also I have seen a horrible thing in the prophets of Jerusalem:
    They commit adultery and walk in lies;
    They also strengthen the hands of evildoers,
    So that no one turns back from his wickedness.
    All of them are like Sodom to Me,
    And her inhabitants like Gomorrah.

    15 “Therefore thus says the Lord of hosts concerning the prophets:

    ‘Behold, I will feed them with wormwood,
    And make them drink the water of gall;
    For from the prophets of Jerusalem
    [f]Profaneness has gone out into all the land.’ ”

    16 Thus says the Lord of hosts:

    “Do not listen to the words of the prophets who prophesy to you.
    They make you worthless;
    They speak a vision of their own heart,
    Not from the mouth of the Lord.
    17 They continually say to those who despise Me,
    ‘The Lord has said, “You shall have peace” ’;
    And to everyone who walks according to the [g]dictates of his own heart, they say,
    ‘No evil shall come upon you.’ ”

    18 For who has stood in the counsel of the Lord,
    And has perceived and heard His word?
    Who has marked His word and heard it?
    19 Behold, a whirlwind of the Lord has gone forth in fury—
    A violent whirlwind!
    It will fall violently on the head of the wicked.
    20 The anger of the Lord will not turn back
    Until He has executed and performed the thoughts of His heart.
    In the latter days you will understand it perfectly.

    21 “I have not sent these prophets, yet they ran.
    I have not spoken to them, yet they prophesied.
    22 But if they had stood in My counsel,
    And had caused My people to hear My words,
    Then they would have turned them from their evil way
    And from the evil of their doings.

    23 “Am I a God near at hand,” says the Lord,
    “And not a God afar off?
    24 Can anyone hide himself in secret places,
    So I shall not see him?” says the Lord;
    “Do I not fill heaven and earth?” says the Lord.

    25 “I have heard what the prophets have said who prophesy lies in My name, saying, ‘I have dreamed, I have dreamed!’ 26 How long will this be in the heart of the prophets who prophesy lies? Indeed they are prophets of the deceit of their own heart, 27 who try to make My people forget My name by their dreams which everyone tells his neighbor, as their fathers forgot My name for Baal.

    28 “The prophet who has a dream, let him tell a dream;
    And he who has My word, let him speak My word faithfully.
    What is the chaff to the wheat?” says the Lord.
    29 “Is not My word like a fire?” says the Lord,
    “And like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?

    30 “Therefore behold, I am against the prophets,” says the Lord, “who steal My words every one from his neighbor. 31 Behold, I am against the prophets,” says the Lord, “who use their tongues and say, ‘He says.’ 32 Behold, I am against those who prophesy false dreams,” says the Lord, “and tell them, and cause My people to err by their lies and by their recklessness. Yet I did not send them or command them; therefore they shall not profit this people at all,” says the Lord.

    33 “So when these people or the prophet or the priest ask you, saying, ‘What is the [h]oracle of the Lord?’ you shall then say to them, [i]‘What oracle?’ I will even forsake you,” says the Lord. 34 “And as for the prophet and the priest and the people who say, ‘The [j]oracle of the Lord!’ I will even punish that man and his house. 35 Thus every one of you shall say to his neighbor, and every one to his brother, ‘What has the Lord answered?’ and, ‘What has the Lord spoken?’ 36 And the [k]oracle of the Lord you shall mention no more. For every man’s word will be his oracle, for you have perverted the words of the living God, the Lord of hosts, our God. 37 Thus you shall say to the prophet, ‘What has the Lord answered you?’ and, ‘What has the Lord spoken?’ 38 But since you say, ‘The [l]oracle of the Lord!’ therefore thus says the Lord: ‘Because you say this word, “The oracle of the Lord!” and I have sent to you, saying, “Do not say, ‘The oracle of the Lord!’ ” 39 therefore behold, I, even I, will utterly forget you and forsake you, and the city that I gave you and your fathers, and will cast you out of My presence. 40 And I will bring an everlasting reproach upon you, and a perpetual shame, which shall not be forgotten.’ ”

  14. I really hope you will print a retraction and apologize to these servants of God when Trump is back in the White House. I’ll bet you’re a Baptist who worships the Bible.

    Are you also a liberal that celebrates abortion? Do you not like these people prophesying because you’re glad Biden won?

    How did Mike Lindell get on your list? He makes pillows not prophecy. Is it because he supports Trump?

    It would seem to me that you can’t see clearly due to the log in your eye.

    1. Trump want to back in the White House. God resist the proud is Bible. He never humbled himself but was a vain glory seeker who became an idol to religious counterfeit prophets and their clueless followers. Only God gets the glory not modern day golden calves.

    1. What a stubborn persistent stronghold this modern day golden calf Trump is over his loyal subjects. Do they know who the real King over all is? Doesn’t seem like it.

  15. Perhaps Trump legitimately won the election and now Biden illegitimately sits in the Whitehouse because of cheating. It is 2/20/21 today. I will wait to see how the rest of the lawsuits turn out. There are lawsuits still pending. Time will tell.

  16. Hello all you fake, pretend, know-nothing, idol worshipping so called Christians. It’s May 13, 2021 and your false messiah Donald Trump is not president of these United States of America. So now why did all of these “prophets” get it wrong? That is a simple question to answer; they are not prophets, they (and most of the idiots who have posted here)are not Christians. No, they are not Christians, but they (and without doubt 99.999% of you who have posted here) are right wing Republican Party partisans. It’s pathetic to read some of these unhinged Trump supporters blabbing about non-existent voter fraud and how the election was stolen. You imbeciles should be ashamed of yourselves. Trump lost in a landslide in both the popular vote and in the electoral college. Period,end of story as they say. The very fact that you people support these criminal right wing politicians proves that you know absolutely nothing of the religion you claim to be a part of. Jesus was no right winger, he was a communist. Actually, he was never real in the first place, but nevertheless,even if he were you still couldn’t be more wrong in your understanding of him and his ministry. Jesus and his disciples lived a communal existence, sharing everything among themselves. And, as the book of Acts says, their (the faithful)possessions were distributed according to who was most in need. Sounds a lot like the words of the great (and totally 100% proven to have actually existed) socialists Marx and Engels when they said “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need. Any of you who doubt this are only lying to yourselves. That the right wing propaganda machine has adults believing in “Satanic, baby sacrificing, blood drinking, pedophile cults,” or that Donald Trump was sincere in his supposed Christian faith, is proof of its near complete control over your minds. How long will you children continue to be duped by these deceivers, these wolves in sheep’s clothing? If your willful ignorance and dog whistle racism is any indication, the answer is forever. You will forever find yourselves falling for these ridiculous falsehoods, and forever blaming any and everything else and any and everyone else for your own foolishness. But whatever, right? Keep following these hucksters to hell (if such a place were real). Keep believing these false prophets are speaking for God. Keep sending the money you work for to these soft handed charlatans who have never had an honest job in their lives. Keep believing any and everyone who tells you they are the “anointed.” Nothing could change your toddler like minds anyway.

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