Televangelist Pat Robertson has touted Texas attorney general’s election lawsuit, calling it “a miracle,” and saying that God will step in to help stop the theft of the election.

“I want to say something to you, God is never late,” Robertson said at the opening of his show “The 700 Club” on the Christian Broadcasting Network on Thursday, Dec. 10.

“God almighty was gonna do a miracle and stop the theft of our election and the fraud that was being perpetrated on the American people,” Robertson said, referring to the widespread voter fraud that the country is experiencing around the presidential election.

“God, himself, would intervene,” said Robertson, a former Southern Baptist minister.

The prominent televangelist then held up a copy of the brief that Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed in the Supreme Court seeking to challenge Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin for unlawfully changing their election laws during the CCP Virus (coronavirus) pandemic.

“They’re going to the Supreme Court to say ‘This election was rigged and you’ve got to overturn it,’” he said.

After reading a part of the brief, Robertson said, “There’s time to get this thing fixed.” He added, “The Trump team didn’t get in gear, but nevertheless there is a miracle taking place.”

Robertson asked his viewers to pray for the Texas lawsuit because Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), a brilliant constitutional attorney, will likely argue the case before the Supreme Court, and 17 other states would join in.

“Ladies and Gentlemen, if you want to pray, I would pray. We cannot have our election system destroyed,” he said.

“I would ask you, pray as you have never prayed before. As this case goes before the Supreme Court, we do not wish to have our election stolen by crooked activity that took place,” Robertson continued. 

Paxton filed the lawsuit in the Supreme Court on Dec. 7, alleging that Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin exploited the CCP Virus pandemic to “justify ignoring federal and state election laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing the results of the 2020 general election.”

The Texas’s attorney general added that the four battleground states “flooded their people with unlawful ballot applications and ballots while ignoring statutory requirements as to how they were received, evaluated, and counted.”

After 17 red states joined in the Texas lawsuit, 106 House Republicans on Thursday also supported the case aimed at overturning the election results in the four states that handed Democrat nominee Joe Biden the White House.

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