"Not today Satan, not today," comes from the show RuPaul's Drag Race, and was said by season 6's winner Bianca Del Rio who served us some clown realness. The meaning means the devil a.k.a. Satan will not get in your way today.
"I was wondering if you were going to turn out a look that we haven't already seen before?" Said Courtney Act

" Not today Satan, not today." said Bianca Del Rio
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This saying, popular among Southern Church Ladies probably since there were Southern Church Ladies, both black and white, as well as many Abuelas across Latinx culture. It is derived from a New Testament Bible verses, specifically in the Book of Matthew, Ch16: v.23 and is a rebuke of Peter "“Get behind me, Satan! You are a stumbling block to me; you do not have in mind the concerns of God, but merely human concerns.” (KJV) Peter has disavowed knowledge of Jesus to the Centurions because he's feared for his own life. So, Jesus sees him as a great betrayer, an obstacle in his way.

The phrase can also be attributed to Jesus' response to the Third Temptation in the Desert in Matt. Ch. 4:v.10 "Away from Me, Satan!" Jesus declared. "For it is written: 'Worship the Lord your God and serve Him only.'"

"Not today, Satan, not today" is the American vernacular translation of "Get the Behind me, Satan," and is a rebuke of any obstacle that can get in our way, telling it to get out of the way because we have bigger and better things to do.

On the 70s TV series "Sanford and Son" the character of Aunt Esther has used the phrase.

It did not originate with Bianca Del Rio on RuPaul's Drag Race in 2015. More than likely she heard it from abuelas or others in the drag community.

The title of Jordan Peele's 2022 movie "NOPE" alludes to this, as one might say "Nope, not today, Satan." Knowing this helps clarify a key question about the film's ending. Thank you Jordan Peele.
Not today, Satan, not today: is a common opening phrase of sermons given by Evangelical pastor

It is also the title of a 2015 short by writer/director Judah Ray and the title of episode 6 of the TV series "Body Hair" starring Jason Dottley
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