Like the rest of us, Jase Robertson is waiting for the final results of the presidential elections.
But while the rest of us are obsessing over vote counts in Georgia, Arizona and Pennsylvania, Robertson was fishing.
He posted his prize fish on Twitter Thursday, captioning it as “while we wait.”
Robertson is a member of the Duck Dynasty family. He has urged his Twitter followers to stay calm this week.
On Tuesday, the day of the election, Robertson retweeted his wife. She quoted Philippians 4:6-7: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”
All he added was “Amen! Now go vote, people!”
Jase and his dad, Phil, have a podcast on TheBlaze called “Unashamed with Phil & Jase Robertson.”
Jase Robertson Hasn’t Been Too Political
Although he tweeted about the election this week, Jase hasn’t been that political on Twitter. Neither has his wife, Missy. He did retweet his father, Phil, and their interview of Ted Cruz, the U.S. Senator from Texas. Cruz is a devout Republican and supporter of Donald Trump.
Phil Robertson described Cruz as “unashamed of the gospel.” He also wrote “and he’s right. The truth will prevail.”
Phil Robertson is vocal in his support of Trump. He posted a video earlier this week of a prayer he said for Trump.
“We’re at a crossroads,” he said. “Here’s my prayer today for our country and our president.”
“Here in America many of our people, Father, have fallen the ways of the evil one,” Robertson said in his prayer.
The “Jesus Politics” author continued: “I pray that you give us time to repent as a nation to turn back to you, Father.”
“My prayer is that you be with one Mr. Donald J. Trump. You know him, Father. We started with him early. We told him what you told us to tell him — that Jesus died for him, was raised from the dead.”
Robertson said: “I would pray, Father, give us four more years with him. Help us, Father. Protect us from the evil one each and every day we live.”
The family was featured in the popular A&E reality show Duck Dynasty.
In 2012, Jase’s brother Willie first met Barack Obama. The 44th president said he was a big fan of the reality show.