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This far-right candidate’s new campaign buddy is almost too unhinged for words

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Of all the wild right-wing campaign stumpers out there, this Texan “prophet” might just take the (allegedly anointed) cake.Trump-loving Pennsylvania gubernatorial hopeful Doug Mastriano has brought Christ-shyster Lance Wallnau to help sell his candidacy, and it’s a partnership made in their particular version of heaven.As reported by The Philadelphia Inquirer, this evangelist’s questionable record has it all: accusing the Women’s March of manifesting “the spirit of Jezebel”, hocking $45 “prayer coins” of Donald Trump‘s face with Jim Bakker, hailing Biden as the “antichrist”… we could go all day.Wallnau was the speaker at a recent Mastriano rally who notably led the audience in an uncomfortably familiar right-hand salute.He calls for a “new birth of liberty” to a crowd of raised arms:PA MAGA Gov nominee Doug Mastriano rally: “Put your right hand in the air … America will have a new birth of liberty.”— Ron Filipkowski.

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