Jay Cutler Questions Legitimacy of Joe Biden’s 2020 Election Victory

by Matthew Wilson

Former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler questions the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election. He raised concern regarding Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s lead in several states. The Associated Press declared Biden the winner of the election.

Cutler posted a graphic on Instagram. It showed Republicans as a red line leading Democrats for much of the election. In the graphic, Democrats then shot ahead of Republicans during a short period of time before remaining ahead.

Cutler captioned the graphic with, “Seems pretty legit.”

Cutler played for 12 seasons with the Chicago Bears before retiring. He returned for an additional season for the Miami Dolphins in 2017 before retiring once more. It is unknown where Cutler acquired the graph or what data was used in it. The graph is most likely an abstract concept of Culter’s thoughts on the election.

Jay Cutler Joins Several Celebrities Inquiring About Voter Fraud

Election officials explained the spike in Democratic votes during the election as related to mail-in ballots. Biden encouraged voters to vote by mail. Meanwhile, Trump discouraged the use of mail-in-ballots in the election.

Still, several people have inquired about potential voter fraud during the election. This includes Trump himself who gave a press conference on voter fraud. Trump insisted the election was “stolen” from him. Officials and media outlets insist there has been no substantial proof of voter fraud.

Former MMA fighter Gina Carano recently called for protection against voter fraud during the election. She wrote on Twitter, “We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way we do today. Put laws in place that protect us against voter fraud. Investigate every state. Film the counting. Flush out the fake votes. Require ID. Make Voter Fraud end in 2020. Fix the system.”

Likewise, both Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson and former NFL legend Herschel Walker shared their thoughts on the issue. Walker said he heard of counts of voters casting multiple ballots and ballots from dead people in the election. Robertson also said he suspected voter fraud.