Phil Robertson Gives His Thoughts on 2020 Election’s Perceived Voter Fraud, Vote Counting

by Matthew Wilson
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Phil Robertson discussed his thoughts on the 2020 election and its aftermath. Currently, the election is on its third day with no winner announced. The delay is in part due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a number of mail in-ballots.

Previously, Robertson prayed for the nation after Election Day. On the podcast Unashamed with Phil Robertson, Robertson discussed the on-going vote-counting taking place in several key battleground states. He also shared scripture on how he views those who don’t follow the word of God.

“They’re full of murder, envy, strife, deceit, and malicious,” Robertson said. “They are gossips, slanders, god-haters, insolent, arrogant, boastful, they invent ways of doing evil. They disobey their parents, they are senseless, they are senseless, they are faithless. [And] they are heartless, they slaughter their own offspring while in the womb, which is where we all were at one time.”

Robertson questioned whether the poll center computers work correctly. He agreed with guests Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer that he’s starting to suspect voter fraud in favor of Presidential Candidate Joe Biden.

“Last night, the vote’s been cast in this high tech world,” Robertson said. “I never bought a cell phone. But they told me it would answer all the questions you ever had. I said, ‘Does it know how to count?’ Because it seems to me either the computers can’t figure out who won. Either they can’t count out or don’t count or won’t count.”

Phil Robertson Discussed Religion with Donald Trump

Robertson said he decided to vote for Donald Trump because he considered him the “godlier” of the two candidates. He discussed meeting with Trump on three occasions and discussing Jesus Christ with him. He said he helped bring the president to Christ.

“I tried to vote for the godliest one. I was able to talk to Donald Trump about three times,” Robertson said. “Once while he was running and a couple of other times after he had won. The entire conversation all three times I pointed him to Jesus. I would be tactful. Since he’s the president, I would be tactful. I said, ‘Trump, you do have sins, don’t you?’ And he said, ‘Oh yea.’ I said, ‘You’re an honest man. So does everyone else.’

“We’re both the same age,” Robertson continued. “I said, ‘Look we’re going into a hole in the ground. Whether you were president or I was some duck hunter down there, we’re going to die.'”

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