On a Zoom conversation hosted by far-right Christian Nationalists looking to reinstall Donald Trump in the White House a week before January 6.
The speaker described the creation of the country in biblical terms while seated in front of a Revolutionary War flag bearing the inscription "An Appeal to Heaven."
From the Battle of Gettysburg to the tragedy of Flight 93, which crashed after a "strong Christian man" yelled "Let's roll!" at Islamist hijackers on 9/11, he linked Pennsylvania to God's perfect design.
The man was state senator Doug Mastriano, who is currently the Republican candidate for Pennsylvania's next governor.
In "the name of Jesus, amen," he begged Congress to "disregard" the state's official election results.
Mastriano held up letters to Republican leaders Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy that he said Trump had personally instructed him to send, "outlining the fraud in Pennsylvania," as he talked.