livestream was dedicated entirely to encouraging right-wing Christians to see serving in government as a “mission field” in order to ensure that God’s will shall “be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.”
An outgrowth of a prayer movement that began in the wake of the 2020 presidential election when religious-right activists began to gather together several times a week to pray for God to intervene and overturn former President Donald Trump’s loss, the World Prayer Network has since transformed into a bi-weekly livestream.
While WPN founders, right-wing activists Jim Garlow and Mario Bramnick, often use the program as a conduit for the promotion of wild conspiracy theories, Wednesday night’s program featuring a conservative Christian political strategist named Aamon Ross who runs a political consulting business called Kingdom In Politics, the purpose of which is to “prepare and inspire believers to take an active role in politics.”
Ross revealed that he got involved in politics in 2016 after literally hearing the voice of God instruct him to do . . .