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John Rich, Country Singer

Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio says: "John Rich predicted a month in advance that the Supreme Court would not get involved in the election fraud and since he is waging $10,000 to go to charity, he is right as of today. It is because he is one of the few people who is both betting the Supreme court is cowardly and that Trump will be sworn in ultimately that we award him Family Advocate."


Country music star John Rich remains so confident that President Donald Trump ultimately will defeat Democrat Joe Biden and be sworn in to serve a second term that he made a $10,000 bet with a Nashville, Tennessee-based journalist, with the proceeds to go to charity.

On Nov. 18, Rich tweeted, "When this election mess makes it to the #SupremeCourt, I predict the judges won't be able to make a decision one way or the other because of the volume of irregularities. My bet is that they lean on the #12th amendment and kick this election back down to the state legislatures."

After the Supreme Court denied an emergency injunction on Tuesday in an election challenge lawsuit brought by Pennsylvania GOP Congressman Mike Kelly in the Keystone State, Nashville journalist Adam Gold used a crude insult to jab Rich about his prognostication.

"Still feeling good about your SCOTUS prediction, Nostradumbass?" Gold tweeted, sharing the Supreme Court denial document.

"VERY confident!" the singer/songwriter responded. "Let's make our bet official. We both put 10k into an escrow account and if Biden is sworn in as POTUS, I lose my 10k, but you have to DONATE it to (Folds of Honor). If Trump wins, I'll donate your 10k to a charity of your choice. Deal?"