“You have to realize what’s taken place in our nation has been a hostile takeover, and just because there was a fake inauguration [of Biden]…for optics and for posture, let them have their day in the sun,” Jansen, the founder of Global Fire Ministries International based out of Tennessee, said during a Tuesday episode of the Elijah Streams YouTube program.
“It’s a tale of two presidents and right now in America—because President Trump has never conceded, he never agreed to anything, never stepped away, never conceded,” Jansen continued. “He basically stepped aside momentarily, while things are being sorted out.” The evangelical minister said Trump’s effort to stay in office by reclaiming the elections results in the court was stymied by “corrupt” courts and judges.
“The last defense is military. So the military, actually the military is in control right now,” Jeff Jansen said. “They’ve already made their determination. Now it’s about execution. Now it’s about returning civil power after the ‘we the people’ factor, the rightly, duly-elected president from this past election comes forward and exposes the corruption—there will be civil power restored in the United States,” he insisted. “And that president will be Donald J. Trump.”
Later in the interview, Jeff Jansen urged viewers to “watch what the Lord does,” but he predicted that things will move forward and Trump will be reinstated “by the end of April.”
Jeff Jansen: The military prepares to reinstate Trump as President
“You can’t substantiate something in the natural that’s not validated in the spirit realm,” Jeff Jansen said. “And so this whole election is still going. And as a matter of fact, it’s not going, it’s just being looked at. And it’s being looked at right now — I’m not afraid to say it — we’re under military tribunals. The military is in charge of our nation right now. And there’s some people that might not like that. Well, you know, you’ll see, it’s OK.”
“The last line of defense in our Constitution,” he continued, “it comes down to the military will take control temporarily until order is restored in our nation. And they are not Democrats or Republicans, they could care less, they don’t answer to anybody. They don’t answer to a Supreme Court. They don’t answer to a would-be elect. They don’t answer to anybody. They take control of the republic to figure out the mess, and once they figure it out, once they come to a conclusion based upon their own information, then they will restore power and order back to the people. That’s their job, and that’s the last line of defense. And quite frankly, Steve, you know that’s going to happen.”
Jeff Jansen later told Newsweek that he believes there’s “a lot going on beneath the surface that has to be acted on and released in proper time.”
“If this nation gets ahead of time, the results won’t be as God desires. God has perfect timing in everything. Unfortunate people SWEAR they heard from God and when what we see in mainstream media doesn’t match that, they assume they missed it. A prophetic word is God’s DESIRES and His PLANS for what NEEDS to happen,” he wrote. “Mainstream media is a part of the swamp Trump is trying to drain. They are in cahoots with the evil dark side. Just trust God is at work…”
Jeff Jansen recently prophesied that Trump will be back in office by June at the latest.
Pastor Robin Bullock, who describes himself as working heavily in the prophetic realm, insisted this month that prophets could call back Trump “for three terms.”
“But you’re going to have to pray for the rightful president, whether he wants to walk back into this or not. You must pray that he wants to do it, because God won’t make him do anything. Is it his will? Yes. Is he the president? Yes. That’s why he could just walk right back in, and God will supernaturally move things out of the way,” he said.
Since Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign, white evangelical Christians have been a main source of support for him. Exit polls from the 2016 election found that about 8 out of 10 white evangelicals voted for Trump, and the figures are predicted to be identical in 2020, with between 76 and 81 percent of the religious community voting for the former Republican president.