Rick Wiles posted a video addressing Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China, telling him to embrace Christianity.
Rick Wiles, a conspiracy theorist masquerading as a pastor, called on China to embrace Christianity and accept Jesus Christ as their God to be spared from coronavirus. Rick Wiles posted a video addressing Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China and told him the country was suffering from Coronavirus because they hadn't embraced Christianity. “You have a plague, Mr. Xi Jinping. You brought it upon China. Now do the right thing and repent, and tell the Chinese people you are sorry, you made a mistake, you repent, and ask them to put up in their homes the painting of Jesus Christ. Watch what happens if you do it! The plague will stop!” said Wiles, in a video on his website, reported God.Dailydot.
Rick Wiles says that if China will just turn to Jesus, the coronavirus crisis will end. pic.twitter.com/JZCWNFLPpZ— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) February 25, 2020
The radio host also called on Xi Jinping to "China to Jesus" to put an end to the coronavirus. “You, Mr. Xi, turn to Jesus. You give your heart to Jesus Christ. You repent of your sins. You believe in his name, and you lead China to the cross. Do it, Mr. Xi. Do it for your people. Don’t be a fool. Lead China to Jesus. Lead them to salvation. The plague will stop.” America has reported 60 cases of coronavirus as of this week, and you wonder if it's because they entertain conspiracy theorists and bigot. Rick Wiles also famously asked his supporters to give him $100 million so that he can "build a global media platform to guide humanity through the End Times until Christ returns." I wish he was kidding.
Rick Wiles is now asking God for $100 million so that he can build a global media platform to guide humanity through the End Times until Christ returns. pic.twitter.com/NRM4zu7qNx— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) August 1, 2019
“Look at the spiritual rebellion that is in this country, the hatred of God, the hatred of the Bible, the hatred of righteousness,” said Wiles. “Just vile, disgusting people in this country now, transgendering little children, perverting them. Look at the rapes, and the sexual immorality, and the filth on our TVs and our movies. … But those of you who are opposing the church of God, mocking God, attacking his servants, you’d better wise up because there is a Death Angel on the loose right now, and you are going to get an attitude adjustment,” he added.
Rick Wiles responds to being booted from YouTube for spreading anti-Semitic conspiracy theories by blaming the Zionists. pic.twitter.com/bLDP4HhSak— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) February 21, 2020
With the virus gripping the nation, the last thing Xi Jinping will want to do is listen to this bigot. Not that he would do so even otherwise. Wiles is also notorious for anti-semitism. This week YouTube shut down his TruNews YouTube channel for posting anti-Semitic content. YouTube removed the anti-Semitic video after it received close to 20,000 views. He is a non-denominational pastor at Flowing Streams Church in Florida and the founder of TruNews. Rick Wiles has labeled attempts to impeach the President a "Jew Coup." Wiles claimed that impeachment was "a coup led by Jews to overthrow the constitutionally elected president of the United States. And the American people better wake up to it really fast." "That's the way the Jews work. They are deceivers. They plot, they lie, they do whatever they have to do to accomplish their political agenda," he added
TruNews has been banned permanently from Youtube.— TruNews™ (@TruNews) February 20, 2020
He claimed Jews were plotting to overthrow the President and argued that there was going to be a civil war as a result. "We have weeks to stop it. That's why I'm speaking out. That's why I'm putting everything on the line to say this is a coup led by Jews to overthrow a constitutionally elected president of the United States. It's beyond removing Donald Trump, it's removing you and me…the church of Jesus Christ is next. They're coming for you," said Wiles. With Rick Wiles catering to Trump's audience — White Christians and Christian evangelicals — the President is a huge fan of the bigot. The White House also granted media credentials for TruNews recently for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Five TruNews employees received formal credentials to cover the president’s trip. “We want to thank President Trump and the White House for extending the invitation to be here,” Mr. Wiles said in a video. “We are honored to be here, representing the kingdom of heaven and our king Jesus Christ.”