'There Will Be a Purge:' U.S. Pastor Warns of 'Jew Coup' to Impeach Trump

Far-right site TruNews says YouTube removed their 'godcast' in which they warn of a Jewish plot to take over the U.S.

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An American pastor and radio host warned of a "Jew coup" to impeach U.S. President Donald Trump on Christian site TruNews.

"This impeach Trump movement is a Jewish coup. And the American people better wake up to it really fast," said Rick Wiles, a non-denominational pastor at Flowing Streams Church in Florida and founder of TruNews, in a video posted Monday.

"That's the way the Jews work. They are deceivers. They plot, they lie, they do whatever they have to do to accomplish their political agenda," Wiles added.

TruNews, which has been known for espousing racist and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, tweeted Tuesday that the video had been taken down. "YouTube has banned us, again, all because of our Friday godcast. Watch what got us suspended for one week. It is still on our website."

In the video, which has already received 19.8 thousand views, Wiles warns of the U.S. going into civil war before Christmas time. "We have weeks to stop it. That's why I'm speaking out. That's why I'm putting everything on the line to say this is a coup led by Jews to overthrow a constitutionally elected president of the United States."

"It's beyond removing Donald Trump, it's removing you and me…the church of Jesus Christ is next. They're coming for you," Wiles says.

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"There will be a purge. That's the next thing that happens when Jews take over a country. They kill millions of Christians," Wiles adds.

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