Bryce Mitchell Dubs Elon Musk a ‘False Prophet’ Who Will ‘Present the Antichrist on the World Stage’

Mitchell went on another religious rant, this time targeting Telsa Motors CEO Elon Musk.

Bryce Mitchell On Elon Musk
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Bryce Mitchell believes Elon Musk will bring about the end of the world—just not in the way you’d think.

The 29-year-old UFC standout is a solid 16-2 in his mixed martial arts career. Unfortunately, Mitchell’s undeniable skills often take a backseat to his nonsensical social media rants about religion, space, vaccinations, and a slew of conspiracy theories—including a recent one suggesting that the horrific 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City was ordered by “rich white politicians,” perpetuating a long misguided belief that the tragedy was an inside job. 

During a recent appearance on the PBD Podcast with Patrick Bet-David, ‘Thug Nasty’ went on a lengthy rant about Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk, claiming that the multi-billionaire face of Space X is a “false prophet” who will bring about the Antichrist.

“Somebody that has fooled everybody, but he simply cannot fool me—Elon Musk,” Mitchell claimed.

“I think that he could possibly be, now I could be wrong. I could be completely wrong, but based off of what I think, he could possibly be the false prophet who presents the mark of the beast to the world and presents the Antichrist on the world stage. That’s how evil I think he is.”

“So, why do I think it’s Elon Musk? Well, there’s two pieces of evidence that are more significant than any other pieces of evidence,” Mitchell continued.

“One, it says in Revelations the false prophet will deceive with fire from the sky. Elon Musk has this fake space program called Space X, and let me tell you, he hasn’t been past the firmament. No man has ever been past the firmament. He has not been in space, he has not put a rocket on Mars, he’s not done anything he said he did. He’s not a scientist, he’s not a propulsion engineer, he doesn’t make electric cars, he pays people to do it for him. He’s one of the greatest scammers humanity has ever seen.”

“I think he’s actually a step further than just a con artist, I think he’s evil embodied. And I can say that with confidence because, like I said, one piece of scripture, the false prophet will deceive with fire from the sky.”

Later on in the interview, Mitchell circled back around to Musk, offering yet another reason why he believes the Titan of Twitter is laying the groundwork for the “mark of the beast” to emerge. 

“Here’s another piece of evidence. Elon Musk is inventing chips that are going into people’s brains. And I’m telling you, that is the behavior to look for when you’re talking about the Antichrist.”

“There’s going to be a mark in everybody’s head and there’s going to be a mark on their hand. That’s what they call the mark of the beast, and I’m telling you Elon Musk, if he hasn’t invented the mark of the beast yet, he is laying the groundwork for the Antichrist to take that mark of the beast and implement it on all humans.”

“Elon Musk has actually put a chip in somebody’s brain and convinced them that they’re healthier now. I’m telling you, that’s beyond a con artist. That is evil embodied. To lie to somebody to the degree that you can tell them, ‘Hey, put this chip in your brain and I’ll help you.’ He’s going to convince millions of people to put that chip in their brain. And I’m telling you right now, he sounds like the false prophet and the false prophet is going to present the Antichrist.”

For those unfamiliar, Musk’s brain-computer startup Neuralink aims to enable paralyzed individuals to control digital devices through brain signals. Thus far, Arizona-based Noland Arbaugh is the only person to have the device implanted.

However, Musk recently revealed that a second patient will receive the Neuralink chip later this month. 

Watch the full episode below:

Published on July 11, 2024 at 3:45 pm
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