Pro-Trump rally speaker says that ‘angel of death’ is coming for Lindsey Graham and Democrats before end of the year

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A gold-colored bobblehead of former President Donald Trump and other merchandise is displayed for sale during the ReAwaken America Tour at Cornerstone Church in Batavia, N.Y., Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022.

  • A pro-Trump rally speaker said the “angel of death” was coming for various politicians before 2023.
  • The speaker showed an image of people including Lindsey Graham, Joe Biden, and the Clintons.
  • Eric Trump, Roger Stone, and Michael Flynn also spoke at the two-day event.

A speaker at a pro-Trump rally in Pennsylvania said on Friday that the “angel of death” was coming for various politicians, including Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham and high-profile Democrats.

“The angel of death is coming to visit these people. These people are going down. These people who control the world think that they are pharaohs, the present-day pharaohs. Soon you shall never see again,” the speaker, who was identified as Bo Polny by HuffPost reporter Christopher Mathias on Twitter, said.

He simultaneously showed an image of high-profile politicians, judges, and journalists, including President Joe Biden, former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, and CNN journalist Brian Stelter.

The image said, “the Angel of Death is coming for them by year-end,” and “treason will be written on them for ALL ETERNITY.”

Those pictured were primarily Democrats or left-wing, with the exception of Graham, the senior senator for South Carolina, who was once a vocal critic of Trump but became an ally during his time as president.Β 

The speaker then told the crowd that Donald Trump will be returning to office in 2022 and that it would be “God’s will.”

The two-day “ReAwaken America” rally also featured speeches by Eric Trump, Michael Flynn, Roger Stone, and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.

Mathias, who attended the event, said on Twitter that the conference was Christian nationalist and “QAnon-friendly.”

Several of the speakers promoted fringe conspiracy theories and views, including far-right doctor Stella Immanuel, who encouraged rally-goers to pray that “demonic satellites” and voting machines get destroyed.

Julie Green, a self-described “prophet,” also prophesied Trump’s imminent return to office, who she described as God’s son, according to PennLive.com.

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