After nearly every Biden White House press briefing, there was one who shouted out questions and received the cold shoulder nearly every time. White House press secretary Jen Psaki would walk out mid-sentence but, every once in a while, was forced to answer the hard-hitting reporter.
Emerald Robinson, beloved and photogenic star of the White House Press Room, has not only a polished, professional demeanor but the boldness of the anointing of Jesus—a tough combination to beat, even by a liberal administration.
Born in a small coal-mining town in Virginia to a father who was both a coal miner and a Pentecostal pastor, Emerald has a word for believers living in tough times where it appears evil has overtaken the country.
"Be bold; don't compromise," she says with a fierce glint in her eyes. "We are fighting evil in its worst form, but God has promised us the victory, and it is up to us to fight the spiritual battle before us."
Robinson, the former White House correspondent for NewsMax, is now launching her own daily program at 9 a.m. on Mike Lindell's frankspeech.com and on her exploding substack feed at emeralddb3.substack.com.
Previously One America News Network's White House correspondent and before that a Screen Actors Guild actress in Hollywood, Robinson starred in numerous television shows and films, from the Young and the Restless to Days of Our Lives to All My Children and more.
A graduate of the University of Virginia, a NAII All American volleyball team member and former cheerleader, she urges young people in particular to get involved in media so that they can excel at their craft, while invading a crucial part of society with the love of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In addition to her duties as a valiant White House correspondent, fighting for air time in a scripted briefing with only favorable reporters called on, in contrast to those of the previous president, Robinson sees her battle for the truth as a stand for the winning side.
"Sometimes you have to be a little tough, like Jesus who turned over the moneychangers in the temple," she says. "We are in the same position, but I believe God has called me, and as a believer I am not to fear evil, but to stand against it with all the professionalism and love I can muster."
Robinson was one of the first to discover that the shot currently being administered is, in fact, part of a dangerous plan. After careful research, she alleged that it includes a tracking and payment component and, in her original Twitter post that garnered worldwide attention, called on believers to refuse it at any cost:
"Dear Christians: The vaccines contain a bioluminescent marker called LUCIFERASE so that you can be tracked. Read the last book of the New Testament to see how this ends."
But many, including many Christian organizations bowing to cancel culture, have mischaracterized her comments as saying that the vaccine is of the devil. This disregards her carefully researched discovery that the shot should not be called a vaccine and has compounds many countries have banned as having what they describe as "metallic particles of unknown origin."
Robinson carefully studied the data, backed up by the Japanese government, which has banned more than 1 million doses of the vaccine, as well as others who have become alarmed by the dramatic rise in death due to the vaccine, visible on the CDC Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System site.
"It is hard to say this, but to make it simple for fellow believers, the reason for this unending push to get people 'vaccinated' is that the solution being used has a component that allows the individual to be tracked as well as another that ultimately will allow for individual id and payment information," Robinson says. "It is clear to me and to many others that this is the thing we have all feared—the mark of the beast. All you have to do is: 1) Go to the MODERNA website. 2) Click: the PATENTS page. 3) Click: PATENT US 10,703,789. 4) Do a keyword search for: Luciferase."
More and more people across the world are fighting back against the vaccine mandates, in part because of the reported more than 2 million deaths and additional adverse effects from the vaccine, One America News reports.
Living in the Washington, D.C., area with her husband and young son, Robinson asks believers to pray for her and for all those working quietly but boldly for the kingdom there.
"God gave us this country, He has given each of us special talents to use for Him, and it is time for all of us to stand up, to be bold for our Savior and take back America," she adds. Her words echo those of bestselling author of God and Cancel Culture Stephen Strang, who writes in God, Trump and the 2020 Election, "I believe there are spiritual forces at work that the Bible calls spiritual warfare."
Robinson quotes her favorite Scripture, Psalm 91:7: "A thousand may fall at your right side and ten thousand at your right hand, but it shall not come near you." She encourages young people to get the best education as well as spiritual preparation and join her in the media to stand up for Christ and His kingdom, and is always available to speak at schools, events and churches to share her vision of hope and victory, with rumors of a book in the making.
Amir George directs The World Helpline.
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