Trump Isn’t Wrong

Trump Isn't Wrong! Mass Absentee Voting Is
Trump Isn’t Wrong! Mass Absentee Voting Is

Ignoring the usual Leftist screeds, President Trump isn’t wrong about the risks to our nation posed by the Democrats’ desperate bid to have mass absentee voting for the 2020 elections. It’s an idea tailor made for rampant voter fraud and other “shenanigans,” such as “losing” boxes of ballots.

Here’s the thing, the Left is correct in saying that actual voter fraud is extremely rare but … most of it is involved with absentee voting, something that is, itself normally extremely rare in the context of national elections.

And then, there’s the US Postal Service (USPS), which probably couldn’t properly handle delivering and picking up all those 10’s of millions of ballots, and who couldn’t truly be trusted to do so properly due to their current political views. After all, in a crisis of resources, one tends to favor those whom one feels are of value over others.

Essentially, the Dems are pushing for this because they know that having a national vote-by-mail/absentee voting election they can break the system and send us down a similar path to the 2000 Hanging Chad debacle but on a national scale. It’s their attempt to either change to outcome of the election or, failing that, make its results as “illegitimate” as possible in the minds of the populace. The latter, honestly, being what I find to be a more likely motive.

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Stolen Elections

Democrats Bemoan Stolen Elections
Democrats Bemoan Stolen Elections

As the results of- and the Dems’ petty, utterly graceless, and insulting responses to the elections in both Florida and Georgia show, the Dems, especially the anti-White, race-baiting Blacks they come up with as candidates, will say and do anything to attack the process and the will of the voters, who rejected these sub-par individuals.

Both Gillum and Abrams claimed that they didn’t really lose and the that the results were because the elections were stolen from them via some combination of election fraud, voter suppression, and – of course, given these candidates – racism.  And, as expected in these times, they spent the next couple of weeks engaging in bemoaning the “theft” and engaging in lawfare – and outright election fraud – against the victors and the People, who rejected these candidates as unworthy of office.

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Sufficient Incompetence

Sufficient Incompetence Is Indistingiushable From Fraud or Corruption

Sufficient incompetence is indistinguishable from corruption, fraud, or malice. This is especially true of the recently ousted Broward County Supervisor of Elections, Brenda Snipes. There’s comes a point where incompetence and malice are distinctions without a difference.

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Emergency Democrat Votes

Emergency Democrat Votes
Emergency Democrat Votes

Funny how in these times, whenever a Democrat loses and election to a Republican – especially if said Dem is a Black and the Republican a White – and the votes are close, there’s now always some issue and there’s always some number of extra Democrat ballots found by them after the fact. 😯  It seems an awful lot like they have a supply of Emergency Democrat Votes, doesn’t it?

And it’s these sorts who rant so stridently that President Trump, the Electoral College, and anything, everything, and anyone except themselves is a threat to America’s democracy and the integrity of our electoral process.

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Not So Fun Fact

Obama-illegal-immigrantsA not so fun fact of the recent 2012 Presidential Election is that Obama lost in every state that requires a photo ID to be produced before voting but narrowly “won” in several key states that did not require such ID. Conversely, Obama lost in every state that requires a photo ID to be produced before voting. That, combined with the plethora of other voting irregularities in the 2012 elections, does not look very good.

Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, and Pennsylvania total 66 electoral votes between them,don’t require voters to identify themselves, and have large population of unfranchised residents.

“Interestingly” the 66 66 electoral votes these states would, if added to Romneys total of 205 electoral votes, would have given him 271 electoral votes, enough votes to win even without Ohio or Florida Romney, two other states without voter ID requirements and which had serious discrepancies in their voting results.

The above are the facts of the matter. That is all that they are, facts. What conclusions one draws and what actions one takes based upon those conclusions is a personal moral choice.

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