The Big Lie Has Energized Trump’s Evangelical Base


Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election in an electoral college and popular vote landslide, and yet there are still millions of white evangelicals who believe the Big Lie that the election was rigged, and Trump actually won.

Donald Trump, the author and disseminator of the Big Lie, knows he lost, according to former White House aide, Cassidy Hutchinson, Trump told Mark Meadows, “I don’t want people to know that we lost”, after the Supreme Court ruled against him on a key case about the 2020 election.

Trump is too much of an idiot to engage in any Machiavellian political strategies, and he likely didn’t know that claiming that the “deep state” had stolen the election would energize evangelicals.

The Big Lie has turbocharged the evangelicals commitment to restore their messiah to the throne of power. The Big Lie feeds into their eschatological view that the Antichrist will set up a one world government. Stealing the election was a giant step forward in the Antichrist’s goal of setting up his world government.

It’s incumbent upon us who value democracy and liberty to crush the evangelicals’ wet dream that Trump will be restored to power and set up a Christian white nationalist regime by voting against all candidates who support the Big Lie in the midterms, and of course we must vote against Trump if he runs again in 2024.