American Pastors Network’s Sam Rohrer: ‘The Refusal for Courts to Hear Evidence is Mind Boggling and Borders on Treason’

December 15, 2020

PHILADELPHIA— On Friday, the Supreme Court denied a Texas effort that would have reversed the presidential elections in PennsylvaniaMichiganGeorgia and Wisconsin.

Says the Honorable Sam Rohrer, president of the American Pastors Network and a former nine-term state representative, “It continues to boggle any thinking person’s mind how those in positions of authority – Judges, SCOTUS, Congressional Leaders in the Senate and House, Investigative Departments of DOJ and the FBI use more creativity to avoid their duty to honor their Constitutional oath of office than to fulfill it. The refusal for courts to hear evidence, and for many U.S. Senators and Congressmen to insist that we ‘just move on’ and to deny that there is ‘any evidence of election fraud’ is mind boggling and borders on treason.

“The majority of the American people are not stupid nor deceived. While not aware of all the details perhaps, they can recognize corruption, fraud and evil when they see it. They can recognize cowardice when they see it. They can recognize the enemies of freedom, our Constitution, and morality. They can see tyranny in the making and they do not like it and will not stand for it.

“The enemies of the U.S. Constitution, the United States as ‘one nation under God,’ Truth, God and morality, are frantic. They should be nervous because the truth regarding the foreign hostile powers led by China, enabled by globalists and billionaire businessmen and treasonous Deep State infiltrators of American government and media will expose the corruption. Like light to roaches, I pray that the Justice of God is manifested and those committed to evil and the downfall of America be exposed and brought to justice.” 

Sam Rohrer, as well as his co-hosts and guests, explore these and other compelling topics on APN’s popular and live daily radio program, “Stand in the Gap Today.” Rohrer also hosts the daily short radio feature, “Stand in the Gap Minute; “best of” shows from the week are broadcast on “Stand in the Gap Weekend.” Likewise, “Stand in the Gap TV” considers complex and divisive cultural issues from a biblical worldview perspective.

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