(Note from Stephen Strang: Charisma became aware of this troubling situation late last week. In view of the growing number of Christians who face this problem along with Rabbi Cahn, I felt it was so important that I recorded a podcast on the topic and am sending this story out as my Strang Report newsletter).
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn, author of the blockbuster bestseller The Harbinger II: The Return, has issued a mind-blowing prophetic message for newly elected U.S. President Joe Biden. Cahn released his powerful, eye-opening message in a video on Jan. 25, 2021, just days after the inauguration.
But Cahn, like a growing number of conservative Christians, found himself a victim of the recent escalation of cancel culture that leaves those not aligned with the Left “canceled” on social media, their platforms broken and delegitimized.
Although his video reached more than 1 million viewers its first day of release, it appears that Google and YouTube both tried to suppress it. The main video was removed from all searches, even those on Cahn’s own YouTube page. YouTube also added a line to the top of Cahn’s page that reads as follows:
“U.S. elections. Joe Biden is the President of the United States. States certify results after ensuring ballots are properly counted and correcting irregularities and errors. Learn more” despite the fact that Cahn’s video makes no mention of election fraud.
And Cahn isn’t the only such victim. Both former President Donald Trump and entrepreneur and conservative leader Mike Lindell have now been permanently banned from Twitter. And Focus on the Family President Jim Daly reports that the nonprofit’s Daily Citizen publication has likewise been banned.
“This past week, Twitter locked The Daily Citizen for an alleged rules violation, specifically that we had posted ‘hateful’ content,” Daly writes.
“It’s simply not true. We did no such thing.”
What The Daily Citizen had done was point to a story about Dr. Rachel Levine, named by Biden as assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services and include a sentence about her transgender status.
Cahn’s astonishing message, however, addresses no such issue. Instead, its biblical, prophetic focus begins with a page from history. “Two hundred and thirty-two years ago in the first-ever presidential inauguration,” he says, “the nation’s first president, George Washington, addressed a jubilant multitude and a nation that was united by shared values and a common hope in America’s future.
“In that first-ever presidential address,” Cahn continues, “George Washington gave the newborn nation a prophetic warning. He said: ‘The propitious smiles of heaven cannot be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right that heaven itself has ordained.’
“In other words, if America followed the ways of God, His eternal rules of ordering and right, the blessings of God would remain upon it,” Cahn says. “But if America should ever depart from the ways of God, those blessings would be removed from the land.”
Should a powerful prophetic message such as this be banned, blocked or removed? Watch the entire video here and decide for yourself. If you are unable to view the video on YouTube, click here for the direct link. And for more insights, listen to Charisma CEO Stephen Strang discuss this new trend in attacking Christians and conservatives in this episode of the Strang Report podcast.
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