On July 31, 2019, at the end of the Democratic primary debate, Joe Biden (former senator and vice-president of the U.S.) told viewers to “go to Joe 30330 and help me in this fight”. Most viewers assumed this was a website name, but it turned out that wasn’t the case. Joe was just doing what Joe does best, he misspoke. He evidently meant to tell the audience to text 30330 to get involved in his campaign. This was just another gaff among dozens in the career of the former senator from Delaware.
I started thinking about the number 30330 and why Joe Biden and his campaign advisors picked that particular number. You know good and well Old Joe didn’t think that up for himself, as he doesn’t think very clearly these days. I believe he takes the advice of someone, either person or principality; that tells him he should put his faith in the United Nations and world government, instead of God, to bring about “change”. As with Nimrod and the Tower of Babel, Satan knows he can control, enslave, and kill people more effectively if he can do his ungodly work through just one government or man, instead of hundreds.
As for the number 30330, I can only speculate on why it was chosen. I believe the “30” at the start and finish of this five digit number represents the U.N.’s Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, which most progressive Democrats believe in. Agenda 2030 for S.D. has 17 goals for curing all of the world’s problems under the leadership of the unelected officials of the United Nations by the year 2030.
The next two digits in the number 30330 make up a very special number. “33” is a very significant number in religion, numerology, and the occult.
However, for Bible believing Christians, the numbers 30 and 33 represent something entirely different than it does for the new age guru’s and new world order radicals. The number 30 is a special number in four ways according to the Bible.