The same televangelist who called for "satanic pregnancies" to be miscarried in the name of God last winter, is now commanding divine intervention in the 2020 Presidential Election.
Paula White-Cain is the spiritual advisor to President Trump and the wife of Journey keyboardist Jonathan Cain. She has been the subject of controversy often in recent months, having once been slated to take part in an event promising "supernatural protection" against COVID-19.
As both supporters of President Trump and democratic challenger Joe Biden wait anxiously for millions of mail-in and early-voting ballots to be counted, White-Cain rapped during a recent sermon about the election and "urged "angels...from Africa, from South America..." to help carry Trump to victory.
White-Cain's conduct has gotten her labeled as a heretic by other Christian leaders, who have accused her of equating faith to financial success and guaranteeing followers salvation through donations to her church.
The controversial preacher married Cain in 2015. The couple's faith and politics have long been a source of friction between Cain and Journey co-founder and lead guitarist Neal Schon.
Schon publicly expressed his outrage in 2017 after White-Cain led her husband, Journey bassist Ross Valory and lead singer Arnel Pineda on a tour of the White House and a photo without first clearing it with the band. Schon argued at the time that Journey had always kept divisive issues like politics away from its brand and the White House visit jeopardized the band's apolitical position.
Cain himself denied for months that there was friction with Schon before eventually assuring fans that the two had reconciled their differences. The two appeared in alignment once again this past winter when they fired Valory and longtime Journey drummer Steve Smith.
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