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A Dallas evangelist told his followers that an "anointed cake" baked by "hookers" turned a gay man straight.
The evangelist, Lance Wallnau, bills himself as a Christian consultant whose website says he helped get President Donald Trump elected with his book God's Chaos Candidate.
Wallnau has made a career out of his pronouncements, which have earned him more than 200,000 Facebook followers.
One of Wallnau's most recent claims came about when he live-streamed a video on Periscope in which he asked viewers for their prayer requests. One person asked for deliverance for her "homosexual" son.
That's when Wallnau launched into a rambling story he said he heard involving baking skills that helped deliver a "gay and very adamantly anti-Christian" bar owner.
"This is crazy," he said. "Now, I'm not saying this is going to work for you. But some hookers in his bar got saved."
First, a regular at the bar supposedly saved the prostitutes. Later, they whipped up a cake, which the reformed prostitutes prayed over.
"It was an anointed cake, and they made the cake and gave the cake as a gift," Wallnau said. "I know this is strange."
The bar owner took a bite and then boom: The power of God hit him, Wallnau said.
Things escalated very quickly from there.
The regular at the bar — who shepherded the domino effect of conversions — allegedly led the bar owner to the Lord and baptized him.
"When he gets baptized, the guy gets delivered and the spirit that was working him got broken off," Wallnau said, insinuating that the bar owner was no longer gay. "I'm telling you, it's a story."
In response to coverage of the cake story, Wallnau posted another video.
"Liberals are crazy," he said. "... [They] will look for any dangling participle of political impropriety and then fasten upon it with a zeal of an anaconda and then begin to squeeze the life out of you."
Last month, he said Trump's win was a "manifestation of an enraged demon through the populace" after the "deliverance of the nation from the spirit of witchcraft in the Oval Office," according to cnsnews.com, a conservative website.