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Lt. Gen. Boykin: 'God's Imprint Was On' Trump's Election Win

By Michael W. Chapman | March 28, 2018 | 11:56am EDT
Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin (ret.).
(Photo: FRC) 

The vice president of the Family Research Council, Lt. Gen. William G. "Jerry" Boykin (ret.), a former leader of Delta Force and commander of Army Special Forces, said the endless attacks by the left on President Donald Trump are "diabolical" and that the left is in "disarray" because they do not understand that "God's imprint" is evident in the election of Trump in 2016. 

“They are coming up with these absolutely absurd, off-the-wall things trying to justify and rationalize why they lost this election to a guy like Donald Trump," said Boykin on the Mar. 27 edition of The Jim Bakker Show.  

"What they don’t understand is that there is God’s imprint on this thing," he said.  "There is God’s imprint and they can’t deal with that because they can’t talk about God. But we can. God’s imprint was on this.”

Earlier in the show, Boykin said the unrelenting attacks on President Trump stemmed more from political differences -- there is a supernatural dimension at play.

“This is diabolical," he said.  "It is absolute spiritual attack. Stop and think about what they’ve done. The first thing they did after he was elected was, they came out with this, ‘Well, he didn’t win the popular vote, therefore he’s not a legitimate president.’ Well, that’s not the way our system works."

“That didn’t go very far," said Boykin, "so then it was, ‘Well, the Russians gave it to him, the Russians hacked everything.’ Well, how long have we been investigating this? There’s evidence that Russians got involved and hacked state elections, but there’s no proof that this happened [in the presidential race] and we’ve been working it a long time."

Hollywood's Kathy Griffin holds a mock severed head of
President Donald Trump. (YouTube, TMZ)

He continued, "That didn’t work, so then it became, ‘Let’s kill him. Let’s go over and blow up the White House. Let’s hold up a bloody head of him and think it’s a joke. Let’s assassinate him in a park play. Let’s have actors calling for smacking him in the face.’"

"Okay, that didn’t get too far, so then where do you go from there?" said the general. "Well, ‘let’s impeach him. Let’s impeach him.’ That’s still on-going.”

“What’s the final thing that they’ve done?" said Boykin. "They’ve said that he’s unstable, he is mentally unstable."

2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. (YouTube)

"What are they going to come up with next?" he said.  "That he is actually an alien, that he was born on Mars? They’ll be looking for his birth certificate to prove that he came from Mars.”

“What are they going to do? They are so in disarray," said the FRC vice president.  "And look, you’ve heard in these last few days the comments Hillary Clinton made [in India]. That is a typical example of how the whole left feels now."

During a March 11 speech in India, Hillary Clinton said, "I won the places that are optimistic, diverse, dynamic, moving forward. And his whole campaign, 'Make America Great Again,' was looking backwards."

She then described Trump's voters as racist and anti-women: "You didn't like black people getting rights, you don't like women, you know, getting jobs. You don't want, you know, to see that Indian American succeeding more than you are."

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