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Kevin Sorbo Uses Dallas Cowboys Analogy To Call Out Election Fraud

by Jennifer Shea
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Kevin Sorbo has been outspoken about his support for President Trump. And now he’s tweeting football analogies in a pointed nod to Trump’s claims of vote fraud.

“Cowboys find more points after the game to beat the Steelers,” Sorbo tweeted Thursday.

Sorbo Posts Many Pro-Trump Tweets

To put that in context, Sorbo has also recently tweeted about Democrats’ objections to Republican poll watchers. And he retweeted news about a US Postal Service worker who came forward with allegations of voting irregularities.

“How are people objecting to bipartisan poll watchers?” Sorbo tweeted Wednesday. “What? This is a joke right?”

Sorbo has maintained that the election isn’t over yet and the mainstream media needs to “stop.” He also mocked Democrats’ calls for unity given the left’s destructive riots over this past summer. 

Trump Supporters Back His Claims of Fraud

Meanwhile, in multiple tweets, Trump has declared himself the winner of the election. He has claimed that Democrats are trying to “steal” votes and that the election was “rigged.” 

And in a recent turn, Trump and his allies have taken to attacking Fox News. They complain that the network called Arizona for Biden prematurely and overestimated Democrats’ House gains.

The Associated Press, normally considered the standard-bearer for election calls, declared Joe Biden the winner of the election on Saturday. Other media outlets quickly followed suit.

Some Republicans, like Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) and former President George W. Bush, have congratulated Biden on his win. But many Republicans currently serving in office have backed Trump’s push for lawsuits and recounts.

The Trump campaign has filed at least seven lawsuits in battleground states challenging vote counts, according to Bloomberg. Those include Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona and Nevada.

However, on Wednesday, Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) said Joe Biden should start receiving intelligence briefings, the Wall Street Journal reported. And on Thursday, Republican strategist Karl Rove came out with a column saying “the president’s efforts are unlikely to move a single state from Mr. Biden’s column.”

Still, many Trump supporters, like Sorbo, back Trump’s refusal to concede. This weekend, they have planned a “Million MAGA March” that will trek from the Supreme Court to the White House. A Twitter account for the event drew more than 10,000 followers.