Not surprisingly, he’s known for making bonkers conspiratorial claims and just flat-out lying to his audience. (Last month, for example, he told a struggling man he was “healed” after a painful loss… based on absolutely nothing.)
But what he did this week was just laughably egregious.
Speaking with MAGA cultist YouTuber Patrick Gunnels, Hayes explained how people needed to accept God’s healing powers — and if they did, it would make our traditional health care system obsolete.
That’s obviously a lie — there are plenty of devout Christians in hospitals today — but pay special attention to the example he offered to justify his claim:
... You know, God gave me a dream back in 2013 or 2014. And in that dream, He showed me that He has a health care system that He wants to implement that is going replace our current health care system.
And, uh, let's see… No appointments necessary, no deductibles, no side effects… It's not like we're going to take out the wrong kidney if we pray for you. No iatrogenic damages. No lawsuits, no liability.
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Thats decided it, I have been struggling for weeks whether to put my faith in Gods healing or trust the doctors at the Mater. I am now going to tell my Consultant Haematologist to poke it, stuff her treatment fo P/E, DVT and COPD to say nothing of arthritis, I am putting all my treatment in the hands of this fella, Dave Hayes! The man clearly knows his onions, whereas obviously the consultants and doctors have no idea. I'm so glad this chap has offered a viable alternative😇😇🙃🙃🙈🙈🙈🥳🖕😇ReplyDelete