Let’s see how the court evangelicals are handling Trump’s loss

The election was ten days ago. Joe Biden was the winner. After January 20, 2021 the court evangelicals will no longer have access to the court. Let’s see how they are handling things.

Eric Metaxas is still doing prayer meetings. He won’t say that he and his group is praying for signs of voter fraud that would give Trump a victory in the election, but that is essentially what is happening at these meetings. The guy with the red, white, and blue shofar will apparently be there. Metaxas continues to say that Fox News is in the Biden camp. He claims he was not allowed to talk about his “Donald the Caveman” books because there is a character in the book named after George Soros and Soros is now working with Fox News to remove Trump. You can’t make this stuff up. You can watch here.

Metaxas is also promoting this piece on his Facebook page.

I honestly don’t know what to make of this tweet from one of the most divisive court evangelicals. James Robison is the guy who believes Satan brought coronavirus to America to prevent Donald Trump from leading a spiritual revival in the country:

Jack Graham is holding out hope:

Back in 2016, Graham was pretty certain about God’s will in the election. Why wait when God has spoken?:

Is Paula White giving advice to the nation here?:

Gary Bauer is going down with the ship:

Robert Jeffress seems to be moving on. He is now talking about religious liberty and a recent speech by Samuel Alito:

How should we interpret such “hope” in the context of Jeffress’s public rhetoric on Fox News and elsewhere? Frankly, I am not sure what Jeffress is talking about here. I may have had a clearer sense of what he would have meant 10 or 15 years ago, but no longer.

Jim Garlow still sees this election as a “cosmic clash” between “good and evil.”

Jack Hibbs is demanding a recount in California:

Lance Wallnau is hoping and praying for a Trump victory:

He is also hosting a Facebook show called “The plot to steal the presidency.”

Wallnau is also a fan of patriotic education. He sees it as a “mental health” issue:

Court evangelical and founder of Liberty University’s Falkirk Center Charlie Kirk just put postal workers in the bullseye. He did the same thing to Harvard professor Danielle Allen:

I honestly don’t know what the Falkirk Center at Liberty University means when they say “proclaim the Gospel.” I am assuming “proclaim the Gospel when you vote” means voting for Donald Trump.