Michael Flynn refutes QAnon claims he worships Satan when he appeared on Christian YouTube channel


In this file photo from February 1, 2017, National Security Advisor Michael Flynn speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington. AP Photo / Carolyn Kaster, File

  • In September, Flynn led a prayer at a conference at the Lord of Hosts Church in Nebraska.

  • Flynn said his prayer was an interpretation of a prayer to the Christian Archangel Saint Michael.

  • Flynn and the senior pastor of the Lord of Hosts Church have denied the satanic accusations.

Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn has appeared on Christian YouTube channel “Truth Unveiled TV” to refute claims he worships Satan following a prayer he led to the Nebraskan Church, The Daily Beast reported.

During his “Opening the heavens” conference in mid-September, Flynn led a prayer at Lord of Hosts Church in which he referred to “legions” and “rays”, according to The Daily Beast, who convinced many believers in QAnon that he prayed to Satan.

Following an announcement by electoral fraud conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell’s MyPillow, said Flynn “The truth revealed on television” the host Paul Oebel that people read in things and it was a “direct” interpretation of a prayer to Saint Michael, a Christian archangel whose name his mother gave him.

“People need to stop overthinking what everyone else is saying and listen to what’s going on around us,” Flynn said. “Pay attention to the reality that is going on around us instead of interpreting things that don’t need interpretation.”

Flynn and Hank Kunneman, senior pastor of the Lord of Hosts Church, have admitted and denied the satanic accusations.

“Can you just give people a break?” Kunneman asked his congregation on September 26 The Daily Beast reported.

Before the prayer debacle, Flynn was a darling of QAnon who spoke at his conferences, appeared on a podcast hosted by an influencer QAnon, and conspiracy theories publicly referenced by the movement about the 2020 election.

Under President Donald Trump, Flynn served as a National Security Advisor until his resignation in February 2017. He left afterwards. plead guilty to one count of lying to the FBI about his communications with Sergey Kislyak, the Russian Ambassador to the United States at the time.

Flynn was pardoned by Trump last november.

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