The court evangelical post -election narrative is emerging. It’s all about voter fraud

Here is what it looks like so far:

It begins, of course, with Donald Trump, the source of all knowledge and truth:

Here is Franklin:

Some folks on my social media feeds want to give Franklin the benefit of the doubt. “He just wants to pray for America,” they say. This may be true, but let’s not ignore Franklin’s reference to “steal the election.” This would be like saying, “Many fear John Fea is a criminal, so join me in praying for God’s will in his life.”

The Falkirk Center crowd at Liberty University is tweeting.

The problem with this tweet from Jenna Ellis is that Trump behaves and speaks like we ARE a “nation of rulers.” And do we really believe that Trump cares about the Constitution?:

Charlie Kirk doesn’t understand that some votes are always counted after election day:

Twitter flagged several of Kirk’s tweets in the last few hours.

James Robison is turning “the battle” over to God:

Paula White has bought the Trump narrative:

I think Gary Bauer may have tweeted too soon:

Jim Garlow is holding a 3pm prayer meeting “AGAINST CAMPAIGN FRAUD.” You can watch it on ZOOM