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William Branham's Klan Agenda - The Election Of President Kennedy

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William Branham's Klan Agenda - The Election Of President Kennedy:

Yesterday, we published information concerning the criminal activities of William Branham's mentor, Roy E. Davis, and included a substantial amount of evidence to suggest that his "teacher" was in fact the Imperial Wizard (top leader) of the Ku Klux Klan. For any who missed it:

After publishing it, we received the question, "Didn't William Branham speak very negatively of President Kennedy?" As it turns out, the answer is more complex than a simple: "Yes."

Though Branham's very racist statements against the "colored race" should be enough to cause any Christian to re-examine his status as "messenger for our 'age'," many of his followers have been falsely indoctrinated to fear him as a "prophet." According to his followers, "Branham had 'Thus Saith The Lord.'"

The problem is that the same pastors who indoctrinated the people are very tactful at avoiding key pieces of information for one very critical "Thus Saith The Lord":

"I got, THUS SAITH THE LORD. In her voting she will elect the wrong person."
Branham, 60-1113 - Condemnation By Representation

"Message" cult pastors have found the ability to build excitement in their congregations for this "prophecy" by claiming that it is pointed to the election of a female president of the United States. In many of his descriptions of this "prophecy," William Branham claimed that women would elect a female president immediately before the United States was destroyed. But in 1960, when the Kennedy Election Campaign began, Branham slipped in an "addition" to this

Every criminal case... We've... I'd X-rayed it down now to: every criminal case was ever done in this United States, a woman was behind it. That's exactly right. That's immoral women, you see, and things. Now, so then I said, "There will be in that time, during that time the women will be permitted to vote, and they'll elect the wrong person." They did it on this last election. That's right. "Which will start the stronghold. During that time it'll come to pass that—that there'll be a great woman rise up in the United States, she'll be beautifully dressed," and I got in parenthesis: "(perhaps the Catholic church)." See? "That'll take rulership over the power, overpower the others in the United States. She'll be beautiful to look at, but she'll be cruel-hearted as she can be." I said, "Then I looked again, and I saw the United States just blowed to pieces. There wasn't nothing left on it." And I predicted then. "Now this, that was THUS SAITH THE LORD."
Branham, 60-1208 - The Thyatirean Church Age

This addition is key to understanding how his political agenda aligned with that of the Klan. During the campaign and after the election, his main points matched perfectly with that of the White Knights: A Catholic had gained office, women and African-Americans are to blame, and the nation is now doomed! The most obvious rant in Branham's sermons sounds exactly like what one would hear in a historical documentary of a speech given by a leader in a white hood:

One of the greatest mistakes that the colored race ever made was down in Louisiana and over in there when they voted for Kennedy the other night, and put him in. They actually spit on that dress of Abraham Lincoln where the blood of the Republican Party that freed them; and voted a Catholic—which Booth shot Lincoln and he died for the race of people to free them and make them not slaves, and then turn around and vote for a Democrat and a Catholic besides. They brought one of the greatest disgraces they ever brought them. Because why? The white man with his scholarship has give them a lot of ballyhoo. That's exactly right. I'm so glad there's many of them knows where they—where they stand. Be the same as me spitting on Christ that healed me, and saved me from being a sinner, and turn against Him for something else; turn my back upon Him and walk away. 146 Oh, this interbreeding.
Branham, 60-1113 - Condemnation By Representation

After his election, William Branham claimed that his "prophecy" had been "fulfilled" in President Kennedy:

Several years ago, It predicted exactly the Maginot Line, exactly what would take place, exactly Kennedy would take the place, and of this, and there would be a Catholic President ruling here, and what it would be.
Branham, 62-0708 - A Super Sign

But why do cult pastors conceal this information? Are they attempting to control information by avoiding the failed doomsday that should have taken place after President Kennedy took office? And if not, then why do they boast that Hillary Clinton will "fulfill" this "prophecy?"

For more quotes by William Branham directed towards President Kennedy: