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Saturday, June 3, 2023
Victoria Jackson Resurfaces At WND To Spread Election Conspriacy Theories
Topic: WorldNetDaily

Former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Victoria Jackson has spent the past several years sliding toward the far right, and her Obama derangement is what helped make her a WorldNetDaily columnist for a while. She has only slid further right since then, and WND still likes her, to the point that an April 13 article by Bob Unruh tried to defend outrageous behavior from her:

Veteran "Saturday Night Live" star Victoria Jackson appeared at a public meeting in Franklin, Tennessee, this week to share her opposition to gay pride events being supported by the municipality.

She instantly became the target of jokes and vitriol by intolerant commenters who appeared unwilling to allow her to have, and express, her own beliefs.


Jackson took to the podium to comment on a planned gay pride parade, noting that God "hates" sodomy, sexual immorality and pride.

"Like, one of the things he hates most is pride," she explained, citing the Bible.

Proverbs 11:12: When pride comes, then comes disgrace, but with humility comes wisdom. The Lord detests all the proud of heart. Be sure of this: They will not go unpunished. … Proverbs 16:18: Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall."

Recalling the Bible's account of Sodom and Gomorrah, Jackson said that clearly documents that "God hates sodomy, and sexual immorality and pride."

Barely a minute into her comments, she was gaveled into silence by officials running the meeting.


The SNL veteran added: "The reason I was shouting at the end of my speech isn’t because I was on a ‘homophobic rant,’ as TMZ said, but because the mayor was pounding his gavel on my most important last sentence: ‘I want to encourage this generation not to be brainwashed and go to Becket Cook’s YouTube channel!’

WND was apparently sufficiently impressed by this performance that she was given space to write her first column for it in six years (and just her second column for WND since 2011) the next day, in which she further demonstrated her limited grip on reality:

Why aren't people talking about the 2020 election anymore? Is it old news?

Millions of us believe it was rigged – which raises the question: Why vote again if the system is rigged?

On Nov. 3, 2020, our votes for president were counted. Our choices were 1) pro-abortion (senile) Joe Biden who drew no crowds to his rallies and stayed in his basement, and 2) pro-life (energetic) incumbent Donald Trump who drew huge crowds to his rallies and who in only four years had boosted our economy, lowered unemployment, strengthened our military and protected our borders. The choice was a no brainer. We watched the count reported on TV. Trump won.

In the middle of the night, however, everything mysteriously changed. "The people who cast the votes don't decide an election, the people who count the votes do." (Josef Stalin)

Recounts were demanded. Lawsuits. Hearings. On January 6, I joined a crowd of a least a million in Washington, D.C., to support the truth, that Trump won.

There's a lot wrong here, but we'll just note two things: 1) Trump lost, and 2) the crowd at the pre-riot rally was closer to 10,000. But she had more misinformation to impart:

Since our biased media is radical left, it was hard to find truth. Every election-fraud article I found, I posted on Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. The posts got wiped, and I got banned.

Patriots scrambled to find and share truth. I have no insider info, but I'll tell you what I've found.

Election machine "servers are overseas," says Col. Phil Warden in the documentary "Absolute Truth," produced by the MyPillow guy Mike Lindell. At the 19:48 mark of the film, he says there was a coup involving foreign and domestic enemies of the U.S. At the 28:29 mark, Russell Ramsland of Allied Security Operational Group in Dallas said, "… there is no effective security at all for your votes. Your votes are stored overseas where they can be easily manipulated. …"

Lindell's discredited conspiracy film is actually called "Absolute Proof," and the guy who's ranting about overseas servers is actually named Phil Waldron, who loves to spread election fraud conspiracy theories.

Jackson went on to declare that "I highly recommend every American watch the documentary 'Absolute Truth'" -- getting the film's name wrong again -- and adding, "Another recommendation: If you care about the future of your children, you must watch Dinesh D'Souza's documentary '2000 Mules.'" Yes, another debunked conspiracy film.

Jackson concluded by declaring, "Let's start talking about Election Integrity. All of our freedoms depend on it." It's difficult to take advice from someone who can't even get simple, basic facts correct.

Posted by Terry K. at 1:34 AM EDT
Updated: Saturday, June 3, 2023 2:32 PM EDT

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