Election Fraud Protest Organizer: ‘Together We’re Strong’

November 28, 2020 Updated: November 28, 2020

TRENTON—Rory Wells said from the beginning, the media and state legislatures have been taking the election from the hands of the people. He wanted to speak out against it, and found there were many grassroots movements popping up across the country to protest election fraud.

“We felt like we needed to make a stand and make our voice heard,” he said at a rally in Trenton, New Jersey on Nov. 28, 2020. Thousands have been protesting against election fraud every Saturday since Election Day. “Together we’re strong,” he said.

“We come here, Trenton, the capital of New Jersey, to stand with other people in other capitals. Until the election is determined to be fair, and all the illegal votes are thrown out,” he said. “We’re here protesting, and there’s a lot of prayer. We want our election to be fair.”

He says with the ongoing lawsuits and recent public hearings, a lot of evidence has been made public.

“It’s not just people saying the election’s been taken, now they’re actually presenting evidence,” he said. He hopes the courts and elected officials make the right decisions in light of such evidence.

“Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and maybe Nevada, we want the courts to look at the evidence and we want the elected leaders to look at the evidence,” he said.

When the evidence comes out, the mainstream media is going to be late to the story, he added.

“The mainstream media has changed over the years and they went from doing reporting and investigative reporting to just doing analysis and commentary, and they’ve become so political they just pick sides, they don’t try and pick sides anymore,” he said. “The mainstream media, they’re going to be late. What’s going to happen is more information is going to come out, more information is going to come out, and then they’re going to have to cover it because there actions that will have to be taken in the courts and so forth. But they’re not here now because they’re still advocates.”

“They’re still doing the political advocacy and not the investigative journalism to get to the truth,” he said. “They didn’t go to the Pennsylvania hearings, they didn’t investigate the claims. When the president’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, goes to Pennsylvania and he makes allegations and he says, ‘this is the evidence we have,’ the journalists should say let me see the evidence and see if it’s true. They don’t do that, they say that evidence isn’t true, they don’t look at it, they don’t care.”

“They don’t have integrity anymore and that’s going to hurt them,” he said.

But Americans still have to be engaged, Wells said.

“We have to continue to say we’re right and we have the evidence and we want you to see the evidence and make a decision,” he said. “The other side should do the same thing … but you can’t tell one side ‘you have no right to talk’ … or ‘go away, it’s over.’”

“That’s not how we in America should deal with it. If there is evidence of fraud we should deal with it. So the country will go through a very difficult time, and we have been the last couple of years, but I think we’re strong enough,” he said. “America is not an old country, it’s a young country, but we’ve had a lot of challenges; civil war, civil rights, a number of different things even though we’re a young country. But we’re a strong country, and many people in the country feel that God still protects America and that we still have a role.”

“So we’re hopeful that we can get through this and be stronger when we’re done with it,” he said. “But in the meantime it will be hard.”