Pastor Greg Locke: Only 'Crack-Smoking' Leftists Believe Biden Won 2020 Election
'Joe Biden's days are numbered'
Tennessee pastor Greg Locke said only "crack-smoking" leftists believe Joe Biden beat Donald Trump in the 2020 election, insisting Biden was not legitimately elected.
The global Vision Bible Church pastor blasted Biden and argued the 2020 election was fraudulent.
Locke's remarks come after Maricopa County officials have refused to give access to items contained in the subpoena issued by the Arizona Senate.
During the fiery sermon in Juliet, Pastor Locke also doubled down on comments he made the week before that he believes the Delta variant is "nonsense," despite surging cases in Tennessee.
"Joe Biden's days are numbered."
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"I said they're numbered.
"I've told you the whole time: 'This election was fraudulent.'"
"We got so much proof; the only people that can deny it are crack-smoking, demon-possessed leftists."
Locke's remarks were met with applause as he delivered his sermon.
The clip of the sermon has been viewed over 1.1 million times since it was uploaded on Sunday.
Pastor Locke also blasted the January 6 commission to investigate the root cause of the riot at the Capitol.
"I think they (the commission) have forgotten the theology of redneckism in America.
"If we wanted an insurrection, you wouldn't be able to stop us if we had one."
"That was not a insurrection.
"That was not a insurrection."
"That was a peaceful protest [with] Nancy Pelosi telling the Capitol Police to stand down and freely let people come inside the Capitol building."
Pastor Locke later added:
"What they oughta do is arrest her for the rest of her life.
"Try that wicked Jezebel for treason."