The year 2020 is a drunken hussy. She started with an impeachment party, damaging information coming forth about voter fraud, and a virulent bug from Wuhan, China, which infected the entire globe. By March the Democrats beat the angry socialist down, anointing in his place a guy that makes absolutely no sense. The country was on lockdown, masks were required, prisoners were set loose, the economy was crippled, and AR-15-carrying Murder Hornets were soon set to invade.
For those wondering if things could get any worse, 2020 said, “hold my beer,” as an unarmed, non-violent man was killed by a police officer in Minneapolis. Pandora’s Box was opened, and out came scheduled riots (social distancing is over, apparently) across the nation’s largest cities to destroy what was left of America’s small businesses.
But what happened to rumor of a second impeachment? What happened to the investigations into broad-based voter fraud or the Obama administration’s use or abuse of FISA warrants? Unlike the Murder Hornets and the stand-alone broom challenge that unlocked some sort of portal to Hell, what else are we forgetting to fret about? It’s on the tips of every tongue in conservative circles.
Oh, yes, the election on the horizon.
Voter Fraud? What Voter Fraud?
Back in the hay day of the rising Democratic star, Barack H. Obama, the country was still talking about stolen elections and voter fraud. Obama put the hammer down, proposing “legislation that establishes harsh penalties for those who have engaged in voter fraud and provides voters who have been misinformed with accurate and full information so they can vote.”
By 2017, Mr. Obama offered this gem: “This whole notion of voting fraud — this is something that has constantly been disproved. This is fake news.”
Liberty Nation’s Editor-in-Chief, Leesa K. Donner, recently spoke with J. Christian Adams, president and general counsel of the Public Interest Legal Foundation – an organization that ferrets out erroneous voter data. In part, the interview unveiled worrisome facts. In just one incident:
“For example, in Michigan, we’ve looked at the voter rolls. We found thousands of dead people on the rolls in Detroit. They would be getting ballots automatically, and there is no way to know who voted them because Michigan doesn’t even realize these people, these registrants, are dead. We find the same thing all over the country. No state should be going to automatic mail ballots when they have the kind of problems on the voter rolls that Michigan does. It means that ballots will be being mailed out and landing in the homes where the people are often in the grave. Ballots may be going out in duplicate, triplicate, or quadruplicate to the same people if they do automatic vote by mail.”
Seems that Mr. Obama was right the first time, so why the change of tune? All we can do is speculate – unless you are Graham J. Noble, Liberty Nation’s eloquently uncompromising correspondent, eager to point out the obvious fact that most folks tend to squirm around:
“Stealing elections isn’t about presidential candidates conspiring with foreign agents or investigating their political rivals. It is a more insidious and covert process and it is happening at the local level, directed by a hundred different progressive groups that are working to shape the electoral landscape in their favor.”
Yes Virginia, There is Voter Fraud
The Public Interest Legal Foundation has compiled stats on 42 states – and that should send prickles of fear down the spine of every American. As Adams said, “this is an American problem.” Not isolated incidences. Not random. It’s a mess and the importance of election 2020 hangs in the balance. Americans must not be distracted with hysterics promoted by the news media and should keep an eye on what has been brushed aside instead.
When this nation comes to after this latest bender, downs a cup of java, and pops a headache tablet, perhaps there will still be time to confidently cast a vote at the ballot box. Unless there are Murder Hornets locked and loaded. That could be a game changer.
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