New probe into Barabbas vote rigging

Church Life

New evidence has been unearthed that throws doubt on the legitimacy of Barabbas’ release on the Passover feast in 30 AD.

The Israeli Antiquities Authority recently unearthed a primitive polling machine used by the Roman governor Pilate in such decisions.

However, closer inspection shows that this machine was set up in such a way to rig the results obtained.

Benjamin Mintz commented, “It is clear that the governor was involved in collusion of the results, the question is ‘with whom?'”

He continued, “Traditionally, the finger was pointed at the Pharisees and Sadducees but we also unearthed some Russian coins in the square outside of the praetorium.  Given that Rome never conquered that far these coins must have come here with travelers.  I think it’s no coincidence – this clearly shows that there was Russian interference with the voting that led to the release of Barabbas.”

Reporter: John Spencer aka Not the Bible

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