Another example of a Christian playing dress-up with Jewish religious accessories. While he wears the tefillin on his arm badly, I give him credit for not going the Flava Flav route and wearing the head tefillin as a necklace.
Inner monologue: “Wow, people actually think I’m an Orthodox rabbi, even though I’m yammering on about Christ, just because I’m wearing a tallit gadol. Do they even know that Jews only wear it during prayer? Man, I bet I can pull off being a Jewish Cherokee Indian next time if I add a headdress.”
(The so-called “Orthodox rabbi” in this video is Daniel Kayes Thomson, who led a Messianic congregation in Michigan and falsely claimed to have received a rabbinic degree from an Orthodox yeshiva. He still lies about his background, but now he’s a guide for a Christian tour company.)