Jenna Ellis: Election Integrity Is "Trending in a Hopeful Direction"
Although voting is a basic right for every American, sometimes it comes with confusion, questions, and fear of whether the “I voted” sticker really matters.
As midterms quickly approach, Donald Trump’s attorney, Jenna Ellis, shares why she believes election integrity is heading toward a positive horizon during a conversation with Lance Wallnau on The Underground.
Although there was a discovery of 500 illegal drop boxes during the 2020 election that were outcome determined, the host of the Jenna Ellis Show thinks it made Americans more aware of election integrity for the future.
In regard to the current midterm elections, Ellis urges viewers to get out and vote, but to do it in person.
There is always going to be two sides in every election, and just like the World Series or any other sporting event, there is always a winner and a loser. According to Ellis, the most important thing is that it needs to be a fair game.
“Whose morality are we listening to?” asked Ellis, who strongly advocates for people to not only vote but donate directly to the candidates and call state legislatures to demand free and fair elections.
It is far too easy to sit back and think one vote won’t make a big difference, but when Americans stay quiet is when corruption starts to infiltrate the system.
There is power and positivity in speaking up for what one believes, and for Christians, when their votes are driven by the principles and morality of the Word of God, light overcomes the darkness as laid out in Matthew:
“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:14-16, ESV).
Now more than ever, the light of Christ needs to be seen and heard, and believers have a prime opportunity to do just that when they go out and vote on November 8th.