The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, run by former Democratic staffer, Russell Moore, issued a post today on their website declaring definitively that there is no evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election. The article was not attributed to an author, but it reads like the writing of Joe Carter, who writes for the ERLC website and also the ‘Gospel’ Coalition.
The “Explainer” type article, for which Joe Carter is infamous (the man can wiki, we tell you what) contradicts POTUS and hundreds of eyewitnesses of various election shenanigans in Michigan, Nevada, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.
The article is probably not attributed to Carter on account of his public renunciation of Donald Trump and his campaign advocacy for the Democratic Party. Who wants to find out that your ‘explainer’ is hardly unbiased?
The article claimed that not only has evidence of voter fraud not been presented, but that voter fraud isn’t hardly even possible.
Au contraire. The evidence of voter fraud has been absolutely overwhelming.
Here, a postal worker was arrested at the Canadian border hauling completed ballots out of the country.
Here, there’s a video of poll-workers “correcting” ballots in Michigan.
Here, poll workers “find” ballots 24 hours after polls closed.
Here, a postal worker confesses to being ordered to back-date ballots that missed the deadline.
Here, there’s video of poll-workers throwing away ballots without counting them.
Here, Republican poll watchers are ordered out of the room.
Here, Democrats cover up the ballot-counting room windows.
Here, a “computer glitch” gave thousands of votes to Biden that were cast for Trump.
Imagine that. The organization run by a Southern Baptist who confessed he hoped his wife was more like Hillary Clinton jumped out to declare as some kind of expert that voter fraud has not occurred. This is nothing but propaganda by the Democrat wing of the Southern Baptist Convention.
Don’t worry, Citizen. There’s nothing to see here; move along.
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