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Kenneth Meshoe, Leader of the ACDP / Photo by Luke Daniel,

ACDP leader Kenneth Meshoe praying for Trump win in US Election

Meshoe said Trump “respects human life, loves his country, protects religious rights and opposes a global plan called the Great Reset.”

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Kenneth Meshoe, Leader of the ACDP / Photo by Luke Daniel,

With the US Elections well and truly underway, President Donald Trump can breath a little easier knowing that he has the prayers and support of South Africa’s African Christian Democratic Party (ACDP) leader Kenneth Meshoe in the bank. 

He also suggested that a great conspiracy is at play, all underpinned by the COVID-19 pandemic, and received support from Steve Hofmeyer, who is also backing Trump to bring home a second term in office. With friends like these… 

“Please pray for peaceful elections in the US tomorrow (3 November), and specifically for President Donald Trump to be re-elected as the President of the United States of America,” Meshoe tweeted on Monday. 

Meshoe backs Trump win in US election  

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Meshoe endorsed Trump and said that he’d be praying for him because he represents the same core values as the reverend. 

“I pray for President Trump because of his support for the natural family, respect for human life, love for his country, protection of religious rights and opposition to a global plan called the Great Reset.”

That last part refers to the World Economic Forum endorsed prospect that with COVID-19 having exposed gaping inadequacies in the manner in which capitalism operates across the globe, radical shifts in thinking nd the way in which societies operate needs to take place. 

He added that “the right to own property is a God-given right that the elite should not usurp”. 

South African’s unimpressed by tweet  

Meshoe’s tweet was met with general head shaking, as people pointed out that Trump’s term in office has been marred by incidents in which racial division has flourished, and many said that the endorsement was “embarrassing” for the ACDP leader. In a recent poll by Ipsos, it was revealed that:

  • More than half of all South Africans surveyed – 52% – would vote for Joe Biden in the US Elections.
  • Only 20% of our fellow citizens – around one in five – would give their backing to Donald Trump

“Ntate you really need to do better research of the characters you punt. Please kindly watch the Netflix film ‘They Don’t See Us’, to get a clearer understanding of how Trump sees black boys and men like yourself,” said news anchor Flo Letoaba. “Rev, this is not a good look on you and is actually really embarrassing.”

Steve Hofmeyer couldn’t resist getting in on the action, and said that the world would rue the day it failed to re-elect Trump into the white House. 

“I therefore guess that, win or lose, in the future, the world will look back longingly to the day they lost Trump (and the values you underlined there),” he tweeted.