Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University And Reel Works Studio Produced “Trump Prophecy” Movie

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This movie was designed to convince audience that Trump really is God’s selection/ Liberty University / Jerry Falwell and Producer Rick Eldridge of Reelworks Studios made movie,/Rotten Tomatoes gave it a .5 rating.

The 2018 £2m movie, “The Trump Prophesy”  where President Trump is portrayed as being sent by God to be a champion for the religious rights’ causes, was a collaboration between CEO Rick Eldridge of ReelWorks Studios and the film school at Liberty University, an evangelical Christian institution in Lynchburg. More than 50 students and nine members of faculty were involved in the production.

Here’s the rest of the story…

On January 26, 2018, Josh Moody of penned the following report, LU feature film to highlight author of ‘Trump Prophesies’


“A Liberty University School of Cinematic Arts feature film is set to tell the story of Mark Taylor, a man who claims God spoke to him in 2011 to declare that Donald Trump would one day be elected president. An online petition is already pushing back against the project.”

“On Friday, LU spokesperson Len Stevens confirmed the film, titled “Commander (the Trump Prophesy) ,” is set for an October release in 1,200 theaters nationally. Initial photography for the film begins in mid-March.”

“Taylor, a retired Florida firefighter, claims God spoke to him in 2011 as he watched Trump on TV.”

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“I heard the Lord say, ‘you’re hearing the voice of a president,’” Taylor told Charisma News.

“The petition launched Wednesday night; titled “ Cancel the Liberty University Film Program’s Heretical Film Project,” it had more than 500 signatures on as of Friday afternoon.”

“This movie could reflect very poorly on all Liberty students and Liberty University as a whole. Mark Taylor claims to have received prophecies directly from God that do not align with the Bible’s message. Please support this petition if you think Liberty University should focus on reflecting God’s message rather than Mark Taylor’s message,” reads part of the post on”

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“Liberty student Tucker Clement, a senior fashion design major from Alabama, is one of the 500-plus who have signed the online petition so far, commenting that the film “does not reflect well on the Liberty University students as a whole much less what the cinema department is doing.”

“Clement described the film as a “Trump propaganda piece.”

“Taylor often posts his writings to his personal website, sharing prophecies he says he’s received.”

“They will say things about this man (the enemy), but it will not affect him, and they shall say it rolls off of him like the duck, for as the feathers of a duck protect it, so shall my feathers protect this next president,” Taylor wrote in a 2015 post titled “Commander in Chief.”

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“In July Taylor released a book he co-authored with Mary Colbert titled, “ The Trump Prophecies: The Astonishing True Story of the Man Who Saw Tomorrow… and What He Says Is Coming Next.”

“ lists the book as a best seller in its “Church & State Religious Studies” category.”

“In a January Charisma News interview with Steve Strang, Taylor claimed God told him Trump will appoint a total of five Supreme Court justices, Roe v. Wade will be overturned, former presidents Jimmy Carter and George H.W. Bush will die, Barack Obama will be charged with treason and sent to prison, Bill Clinton will be jailed, and George W. Bush will nearly be imprisoned.”

“Taylor also claimed the U.S. and Israel will become energy independent and the largest fossil fuel exporters in the world as oil wells dry up in member nations of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.”


“The petition takes issue with Taylor’s prophesies as outlined in the post.”

“Some Cinematic Arts students have expressed that they are disheartened by being forced to be apart [sic] of promoting a man that they don’t agree with. They were originally told that they would be doing very different projects and were only told about this new film project at the beginning of the spring semester,” the author of the petition, identified only as “Liberty Student,” wrote.

“According to an emailed statement from Stephan Schultze, LU’s executive director of the cinematic arts program, 60 students will be involved in the making of the film. Despite claims made in the petition, LU officials said students will not be forced to take part in the production.”

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“Liberty University’s School of Cinematic Arts is collaborating with a prominent filmmaker on a movie based on the book Trump Prophecy . While the university sees this as an excellent opportunity for real world experience for its film students, students’ participation in this film is voluntary. No student is being forced to work on this film. Those who choose not to have already been told they can work on other projects with no impact to their grades or their progress toward graduation,” Liberty stated in a news release.”

See: The chosen one? The new film that claims Trump’s election was an act of God..

Link to report: How Fossil Fuel Money Made Climate Change Denial the Word of God


  1. Its obvious what kind of despicable human being trump is, to me the question is if trump was sent by their God, what kind of a despicable God do these “ fundamental christians” worship. All over the world cultures have creation stories, most of them celebrate human life, but it is christians which see being human as a punishment from their God.

    B. Traven , author of “The Treasure of Sierra Madre,”also wrote a story about Catholic priests “embedded” with the Spanish conquistadors presenting a Bible to the natives asking them to read it. When they returned expecting the natives to be ready to convert, their response was rejection, saying that a basic quality of their God was to treat them better than their mother does and the God of the Catholic priests does not do that.

    Right now this country is increasingly on the same path as post WWI Germany. with same demagoguery, scapegoating, and economically, in the midst of world recession, Nazi Germany had the highest GDP and lowest unemployment.

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    • Dear Steve,

      There are some who call these Evangelicals, Christian Fascists. They have this thing that you have to believe as they do and that they have every right to impose their heretical beliefs on the rest of us.

      I, Jill, Keith and others have been flummoxed as to how is it, that the President’s supporters stick by him through thick and a lot of thin even when he acts against their economic interests.

      Well now we know. These Evangelicals comprise the largest faction of the president’s base and if they are led to believe that God has sent them President trump to champion their interests, then they’ll stick by him, no matter what he does.

      A close reflection of their actions will tell anyone who has read the bible, that they are being led astray.

      Hugs, Gronda


    • Dear Danielwalldammit,

      This is beyond creepy. But it’s all too real. But if you talk to any White Evangelical, you’ll be shocked as to how common this belief is.

      Hugs, Gronda


  2. omg..when I first heard about this movie I thought it was a joke…i mean, you know. a JOKE. ha ha………this is so not what I thought.

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  3. Gronda, this question must be routinely asked when his followers spout this nonsense – “you must worship a different God than I do?” Here is a follow-up – “Would you allow this man to be alone with your teenage daughter?” Keith

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    • Dear Keith,

      Bite your tongue. These Evangelicals are so cult-like in their thinking, I do believe they would do just about anything to please this president.

      Remember that Alabaman Judge Roy who’s again running for that same Senate seat that he previously lost to Doug Jones. If the judge wins, it’s because he’s an Evangelical Christian, one of their own.

      You can’t make this stuff up.

      Hugs, Gronda


  4. Unbelievable, students coerced involvement in a propaganda film. School support for the Trump criminal exploitation of the US government.

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    • Dear D A Ramirez,

      This is supposed to be a university attended by the children of the religious right/ fundamentalists/ White Evangelical crowd.

      But you have the picture. This film is nothing more than a propaganda film.This is a way to indoctrinate the White Evangelicals into believing God sent President Trump to be a champion for their causes.That’s a great way to keep them in line.

      Hugs, Gronda


  5. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr … Do these people actually believe this crap??? I am incensed! I am beyond rage! This is the crapola they are feeding the public, feeding young minds? Excuse me … I must go exercise a minute in order to convince my heart to stay inside my chest cavity! Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr


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    • Dear Jill,

      This is called indoctrination. The dark money men with the Republican Party leaders are working OT to keep the Evangelical sheep in line, a reliable voting bloc. It’s as sick as that.

      I’d like to know what contributions the fossil fuel industry donates to Liberty University.

      This stuff is for real but it explains that enigma, why do these Evangelicals back President Trump, no matter what he does?

      Hugs, Gronda

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      • It is sick. It is demonic and moronic. Hmmmm … good question … I wonder if we can find out. I do know that Liberty University and the NRA are in bed together. Remember that expression … “Politics make strange bedfellows”?

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