A televangelist has gone viral online after conducting an impassioned prayer service in an effort to secure Donald Trump’s re-election.

Presidential spiritual advisor pastor Paula White, told viewers on Wednesday that the “angelic reinforcement” has been summoned from Africa and South America.

A clip from her sermon shows her leading the prayer in a near theatrical performance in the center of a podium as actors walk behind and around the stage.

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Paula, who heads the evangelical advisory board in Donald Trump’s administration, is heard chanting: “Strike and strike and strike.

“I hear a sound of abundance of rain. I hear a sound of victory. The Lord says it is done. For I hear, victory, victory, victory!”

She continues in high spirits with emotional gestures while calling for “angelic reinforcement” and attempting to battles the “demonic confederacies” that are attempting to steal the election from Trump.

In the video of White, a man can be seen walking back and forth across the stage, which caught the attention of Sarah Mackie, who posted an edited video featuring the Confused Travolta meme from Pulp Fiction.

“We command that it’s being exposed right now in the name of Jesus,” she adds. “The angels… dispatched from Africa.

Viewers were unsurprisingly stunned by the bizarre scenes and took to Twitter to share some hilarious reactions.

A reverend wrote: “I’m blown away how Paula White and Franklin Graham are seriously attempting to pray to a liberator for the success of an oppressor.”

Another commented: “Not giving you victory, I despise televangelist con artists.”

Others mocked Paula by claiming she trying to rap during the prayer.

“These are some of the weakest bars I’ve ever heard,” a viewer said.

The televangelist from Florida has been with Donald Trump since he ran for president in 2016.

She had officially joined the administration as an advisor to the Faith and Opportunity Initiative – a religious voice in government.