Joe Biden won (?)

If you believe Joe Biden is President-elect, as of right now, you would be wrong. It doesn’t mean he won’t be, but nothing has changed since election day. No state has certified Joe Biden as the winner, and the news media has absolutely no authority to make him so. If they did, they would’ve joyfully coronated Al Gore our 43rd POTUS in 2000.

Why should this even matter? Because, regardless of the endless stream of Orwellian Newspeak coming from the mainstream media about Biden’s triumph, there are several states being legally contested because of possible voter irregularities and constitutional violations. And the evidence appears to be significant. It will likely go to the U.S. Supreme Court before we’re done. So, the truth is, we may not know for certain who actually is the President for at least another month. It took 37 days to settle the Gore-Bush “hanging chad” lawsuit over Florida in 2000. Multiply that mess by about ten here.

And we should be excited about that right now. What! Why?

This is our Constitutional form of government in its finest hour! Because, if there were illegal shenanigans going on, our Constitution is protecting our legal rights and making sure political coups and subterfuge done in the dark of night does not win the day. This is where our national mettle is tested. Will we be a country of rule of law, under the Constitution, or will we slink down to the level of a third-world banana republic where people’s vote is just a ruse because the “powers that be” decide every election behind closed doors.

So, we should ALL want this, regardless of our party affiliation. Especially, Joe Biden. How so?

If I were Joe Biden, I would want to get to the bottom of all the allegations and make sure there’s due process so that every vote that is validated and legally cast is counted, so that there’s no question about who really won. Because if we don’t get to the bottom of all that’s being dredged up here, he never be validated in the minds of half the people in this country. And it won’t be good for the soul of this nation either. So, it’s in his best interest to wait until we know for sure what happened.

A godly leader who values justice
is a great strength and example to the people. (Prov.29:4a TPT)

It shouldn’t matter if you wanted Biden or Trump to win. You should want your vote that you legally cast to actually matter. You should also want the truth to win, and if there was fraud, you should want it exposed. And you should rejoice that we still have a country where we have legal recourse to ensure a (reasonably) honest elections.

We should all be very glad that we have still have a Constitution and due process that mitigates against any potential political corruption…even if it means we won’t know who the next President is for several more weeks. It’s actually worth it. In the meantime, pray that we truly do find out who won this election, without any doubt. And if there was corruption, let that spark meaningful reform for future elections. It’s in all our best interests.

About Mel Wild

God's favorite (and so are you), a son and a father, happily married to the same beautiful woman for 41 years. We have three incredible adult children. My passion is pursuing the Father's heart in Christ and giving it away to others. My favorite pastime is being iconoclastic and trailblazing the depths of God's grace. I'm also senior pastor of Cornerstone Church in Wisconsin.
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18 Responses to Joe Biden won (?)

  1. jeffw5382 says:

    Mel, I agree wholeheartedly that, we all should want an accurate assessment of the votes in question. I am afraid though that there are many, especially in media that want the power to determine the outcome. They tried to influence the turnout with drastically inaccurate polls, now they wish to call it and the consequences are going to be disastrous. Too many citizens place too much faith in “news” outlets and are in for, in my opinion, some hard facts to swallow.

    • Mel Wild says:

      I agree that this prospect does seem insurmountable, especially in the court of the public discourse which has been totally framed by MSM and big tech. Most definitely a David vs. Goliath situation! (Let’s remember who won that battle, though!) Fortunately, the result isn’t decided by the media or popular public opinion, and I don’t see the legal recourse stopping until a definitive decision is reached.

      I’m more concerned about the public response to the decision. This is a tipping point, one way or the other. Either the MSM is finally exposed in the eyes of the general public for the complicit partisan hacks that they’ve been for the last few decades, or the elites will win out and we slide further toward some third-world dictatorial banana republic. I actually have faith in the American people, if the truth is allowed to come out. I am seeing a glimmer of hope this will be so. There does seem to be a rising tide of distrust for the Newspeak media and powers that be. But it may take more than this election to change. We at least still have a viable Constitution to protect the process.

  2. You go, bro! It’s not over. Recount YES! with both parties equally involved in the recounting. And we need some trustworthy news outlets… and some conservative social media platforms. Who’s going to start those?

    • Mel Wild says:

      Yes, many of the court battles start today.

      It seems that Newsmax TV was the most responsible for reporting this election. They still have not called it either way. Many people have jumped over there now. Either the MSM will enact major reforms, get new ownership, or they will go away. An increasing number of people are not getting their news from the MSM anymore.

  3. LightWriters says:

    Amen 🙏 The media cannot call an election. I am praying.

  4. Beautiful, Mel, and very timely too! Now see, yours is a position I would call reasonable, appropriate, a breath of fresh air.

    I’m having a bit of conflict with some people I am fond of who have pretty much called the election and now want to move on, want us to pray for the new president even, and it’s all very super spiritual and full of alleged grace and I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. It gets to a core issue however, something that has bothered me about the church at large for many years. We often want to hold hands and sing kumbaya and preach about forgiveness while the bad guy is still in the process of breaking into our truck and stealing our stuff. From a victim’s advocate perspective, this is worse than useless, this is a church promoting the cause of injustice, this is a church afraid of conflict that cannot ever stand up for what is right, and the “least of these” often get tossed aside in the process. I equate it with being mugged and rather then stepping in and helping out, all the churchians gather round and start lecturing you about judge not, love everybody, just have more grace.

    LOL! Thanks for letting me vent! I may need to write some posts and address these concerns of mine. 🙂

    • Mel Wild says:

      “It gets to a core issue however, something that has bothered me about the church at large for many years. We often want to hold hands and sing kumbaya and preach about forgiveness while the bad guy is still in the process of breaking into our truck and stealing our stuff.”

      It is pretty pathetic when you think about it. The early church fought for justice and against fraud of any kind, even to the point of losing their lives. These in the church today are actually being complicit (by their passivity) in the possible stealing of an election (which will affect them, too). It’s like the priest who walked past the man beaten and robbed in the story of the Good Samaritan (He was probably late for a Bible study. LOL!) Unfortunately, many Christians are more formed by the culture than by the Kingdom of God. They do not understand their place in society in times like these.

      Fortunately (for both sides), we have a current POTUS who will not give up until everything is brought out into the light. And, as I said, this is good for BOTH sides because both Republicans and Democrats should want an honest election where their legal vote actually means something. This is probably the closest we’re ever going to get to fixing a systemic problem with our election process and draining the political cesspool in pockets of the country that have been operating as a banana republic for decades. If we give up now, I am very concerned about the future of our country. We may not get another opportunity like this. Again, both Democrats and Republicans should want this.

      And once everything is brought out into the light, and Biden is still the winner, THEN we should all embrace him as our President-elect, but not before we know the truth.

      • Great point about the Good Samaritan, Mel! That’s it, exactly. It’s so awesome how the Bible always has a tale that captures how I feel and what I’m trying to say.

        Our country was founded on ideals built around the concept of justice. Obviously we are deeply flawed and have often struggled to live up to those ideals, but when you reject the very notion of justice entirely and it no longer has value or takes precedent in the hearts of Americans, we’re in a lot of trouble. On the bright side, I believe God’s got this thing and He’s got us! He has not yet told me to go get all my post apocalyptic seasonal clothing out of storage yet, so it’s all good. 🙂

        • Mel Wild says:

          Yes, the Bible has an uncanny ability to locate us. 🙂

          “On the bright side, I believe God’s got this thing and He’s got us!”

          Amen! I personally believe God might just be behind this whole thing! What if He is answering prayers right now by bringing this whole election process into the light? What if what looks like a political dumpster fire is actually the “Decorator” who has come to do a major remodel job for our country? Of course, any major remodeling job starts by ripping up old flooring and walls to see what’s going on underneath. Pretty messy at first! Just something to ponder…. 🙂

          There is great potential for some really good things to come from this. This is why we need courage and discernment, not complacency and fear, or worse, willful ignorance.

  5. Lisa V says:

    I have to wonder why there isn’t a uniform way that we vote in each state. For example, we “fill in the bubble” with an ink pen and the voter runs it through the machine. My friend in GA used a recorder with a key card that then prints out the ballot and the voter put it into the reader. Who knows how many different systems there are? It seems logical that there will be margin of error (even if it isn’t tampered with) by using different software and different approaches, right? Add in “human error” (I use that term a bit sarcastically) and you’re just asking for disaster. I think we’d better get that settled before the next election.

    • Mel Wild says:

      Our Constitution stipulates that the state legislature determines the rules for how people will vote in their state. However, that doesn’t mean that there can’t be some general Federal guidelines established, like voter ID requirements, and hard-fast deadlines for votes to be considered legitimate. From that, the states can still have some latitude.

      Also, there’s a very good reason France outlawed mail-in voting 45 years ago. Massive fraud. Also, much of Europe does not vote by mail-in for the same reason. We’re a little slow on the uptake here but hopefully we’re learning the hard way that universal mail-in voting is asking for chaos and trouble.

      That’s probably my biggest hope from this mess, that we reform the voting process so that this can never happen again.

  6. Cindy Powell says:

    Amen, Mel. Logged in here for the first time in a while to see if I could sort out my own thoughts about the election in some sort of blog post but I haven’t gotten too far yet. We’ll see if I end up posting anything! In any event, I’m glad you did. The more people delegitimize the process of actually legitimizing the election, the more suspect their motives become. it is not okay that a huge portion of the country doesn’t believe a thing the media says (with good reason)–there has to be transparency at some point. I’m hopeful t that enough people have woken up that it will create a tripping point. At least that continues to be my prayer!

    • Mel Wild says:

      Hi Cindy! Good to hear from you again! I’m praying everything that needs to get exposed gets exposed. As I said here, it’s in everyone’s best interests that we have an honest election. And God is probably behind this whole thing. 🙂


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