- Shane Vaughn, a self-described constitutionalist and co-founder of First Harvest Ministries in Waveland, recorded a seven-minute video claiming that state legislatures could refuse to certify Joe Biden’s win and send the election to the House of Representatives, reported Religion News Service.
- The video was shared so widely that USA Today gave it a fact check, saying his claims lacked context and failed to mention the steps necessary to throw the election to the House, and Vaughn followed up with additional videos.
- But the video’s popularity also dredged up his 2010 arrest for insurance and bank fraud in Louisiana, for which he served three years in prison. “[The past] haunts me like a black dog,” he told RNS. “When I saw that video going viral, my heart sank. If I was planning on going viral, I would have gotten a nicer setup and fixed my hair.”
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He readily admots he made mistakes, he hasn’t hidden this dact!
We all have a past. Pastor Vaughn served his time. Praise God! He equips the called.
The apostle Pau had a past! The question is did he repent? Yes he did AND LOOK HOW The Lord used him!
We all have a past! That’s why Jesus died on the cross! Do we need reminded ” while we were YET SINNERS CHRIST DIED FOR US….