In his iconic style, Will Johnson deconstructed a series of videos- of the left – trying to re-write Christianity as part of their mostly successful attempts to destabilize Western Civilization.
And Johnson has been speaking about these exact issues for years! Now here is solid proof Johnson is analyzing the left- and tracking with them- properly. He totally gets what they are trying to do.
“It is a demonic agenda,” Johnson said about a clip from MSNBC where a guest on a panel talks about Jesus being a “gr00mer” on Easter Sunday.
“At least on Easter Sunday, one day out of the year I think the only focus should be everything about Christ. He died for every one of us. It is not supposed to be about anything else,” Johnson said.
Yet he found clips of three different leftists talking about their utopian ideas of Jesus.
Showing a video with a message from a pastor at the pulpit talking about women being unreliable when Christ rose, the pastor said that when women went to share the story of Jesus raising, that man didn’t believe them.. and then drew a correlation to US Supreme Court Justice, Ketanji Brown-Jackson for some strange reason.
“There is a reason he is not talking about Christ but talking about Ketanji Brown-Jackson,” Johnson said- pointing back to the pastor calling the man a “false prophet.”
Johnson then introduced a clip of Jewish US House Rep. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) at a Black Church on Easter Sunday, talking about Black judges- who also brought up Ketanji Brown-Jackson, promising a Black church that there would be more Black judges to come, saying Happy Easter and that the “stone has been rolled away” with diversity.
That was awkward- but the audience was happy.
“They are trying to change what it means to be a Christian! They are trying to convince people that Jesus was someone different than he was and that Christianity is different than what the Bible says,” Johnson said.
And he appears to be correct.
Media reports about Schumer’s appearance exposed a leftist plot to misdirect church-goers with who Schumer has nothing in common.
The event was interestingly held at a non-denomination church.
The headline was-Hochul, and Schumer celebrate Easter Sunday at Brooklyn church, from local NBC news.
The story was full of references to changing Christian verbiage:
Brooklyn’s non-denominational Christian Cultural Center welcomed hundreds on Sunday morning, including Gov. Kathy Hochul and U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer.
“That was once thought lost will be redeemed, and renewed, and more glorious than ever before,” Schumer said. “That even in the darkest times there are bright lights.”
Schumer added that one of the brightest lights is the recent confirmation of Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Just last week, Hochul’s previously smooth path to a Democratic primary win hit a major bump this week when her lieutenant governor, Brian Benjamin, resigned following his arrest in a federal corruption investigation.
The fact that Jewish Schumer was talking about redemption in Christ being represented on Easter of all times..on a day that represents liberation- after our Lord, Jesus, suffered fake news, false accusations, a mock trial, and torture by the government-comparing that story to a radical far-left Supreme Court judge like Brown Jackson- proves that Will is right about what he sees.