# Pastor predicted Donald Trump's assassination bid months ago, video goes viral.

#### RoboKop

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What is the mathematical probability of such an accurate prediction?
Video is 100% real. You might believe or not but it is still interesting.
Where is the evidence that he started "worshipping Jesus"? Perhaps it's more pertinent to wonder if the shooter ever saw this video. It consists of claim after claim, dozens of them, that sound like marching orders to Trump supporters rather than prophesies. To paraphrase Matt Dillahunty, "If I order a medium-rare steak, does the waiter fulfill prophesy if he brings me a medium-rare steak?"

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0:50 The bullet flew by his ear, and it came so close to his head that it busted his eardrum.
Well, that's not accurate at all.
The bullet grazed Trumps ear, and his eardrum is fine afaik.

its pretty damn close as far as how visions are inputted. But even a broken clock is right twice a day.

it's always near impossible to sort vision from "wishful thinking"* until after the fact. and after the fact can easily fall into the realm of coincidence.

*ie. what can happen that might make Trump stop acting like such a ______.

For context:

There are hundreds of predictions concerning Trump out there. If they're sufficiently vague, some of them can easily come true by chance.

This prediction has no date, no venue, it uses the known fact that many Trump rallies are outdoors, and then the chances are about 1 in 8, because:
• either there is an attack on Trump, or there is not (1 in 2)
• either Trump is unharmed, or he is severely injured/dead (1 in 2)
• subsequently, Trump either loses the election, or he wins (1 in 2)

Now consider the amount of obscure vague predictions floating around, and it's not so astonishing to see one of them sort of happening.

because:
• either there is an attack on Trump, or there is not (1 in 2)
Uh ... 1 in 2? How many rallies has he had where there was no attack on him? That's at least a couple of hundred, not counting the ones pre-2016. Let's not do magic-math, please.

Uh ... 1 in 2? How many rallies has he had where there was no attack on him? That's at least a couple of hundred, not counting the ones pre-2016. Let's not do magic-math, please.
I'd only include outdoor ones, the indoor ones will have metal detectors that can exclude most weaponry.

One of they techniques that psychics use is what's called the "after the fact" hit. You throw stuff out and if anything comes VAGUELY near, you claim success.

With millions of predictions being made by thousands of psychics, some predictions, by chance, will materialse. The psychic then, if they are on the ball, will take advantage of the lucky strike.

Let's face it, predicting an assassination attempt on Trump was as easy one.

Uh ... 1 in 2? How many rallies has he had where there was no attack on him? That's at least a couple of hundred, not counting the ones pre-2016. Let's not do magic-math, please.
the prediction was not on the level of an individual venue

the "1 in 2" is your chance of making a correct prediction if you throw a coin for each of the 3 prediction points I listed

in other words, it only takes 8 psychics making different predictions on this level of vagueness for one of them to be declared correct, and that includes the eventual election result

What is the mathematical probability of such an accurate prediction?
A sample size of one is too small to attach significance regardless of probability. One person wins the Mega Millions jackpot despite the odds being 1 in 302 million, but it's random chance it happened to be them. What other predictions has Brandon Biggs made that were accurate, and what is the ratio compared to his failed predictions?

As noted by @Ann K and @Mendel it's even a stretch to call this prediction accurate, because the only thing it got right was Trump assassination attempt and ear, but it failed on the damage to the ear and Trump's miraculous conversion to Christianity.

It's not all that accurate, but given how the Trump camp has kept things silent the nature of his injuries are somewhat ambiguous.
First off, quite a few people have been predicting a Trump assassination attempt including Tucker Carlson, Joe Rogan and even Ross Coulthart.

That it should whiz past his ear is a good guess. BUT it did not blow out his eardrum. Bullets don't do that and it only nicked his ear. That Biggs gestures to his right ear is probably because the Pastor is right handed.

Trump did not fall to his knees in prayer. He fell to his knees and yelled, "FIGHT" and raised his fist. This sounds somewhat counter to having a religious experience.

It should also be noted the Pastor did not give a date or time or even describe the assailant. I think in an earlier video the Pastor stated this was to happen in 2025.

On Biggs' YouTube channel, "Last Days", he makes a number of outlandish predictions with ambiguous dates.
1. The US will split in half during an earthquake.
2. A giant asteroid will impact with earth
3. And that WWIII will begin because Russia invades Poland.

He also preaches that Jesus SAYS he wants his people to be healthy and exercise 30 minutes a day.

He got lucky with an element of the assassination attempt. This is just another Sylvia Brown moment in history where she predicted Kennedy would wear a suit on November 22, 1963.

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