Walter Veith & Martin Smith - Reflection on the Election - What's Up Prof? 37
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*NOTICE* at 8min35sec of the video it is mentioned that Joe Biden said "May God protect our church". It has been brought to our attention that he might have said "May God protect our troops". The video clip has not been altered by us in any way, the original video can be watched at the link provided below, we have only cut the original into short segments.

Episode 37. With the final outcome of the US election still to be decided, Joe Biden is currently the President elect. In this episode we discuss the prophetic implications of a Biden win.

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