Here we go again… another election and more evidence of voter fraud.
America faces a crisis of confidence in the electoral system that is on the verge of unleashing the mob onto the streets.
How did we get here?
For starters, election laws in many states have been changed over the past few years that make room for fraudulent activity.
The left has been pushing, and they’ve been successful, in creating a mail-in voting system which makes sending in a ballot the norm over showing up to vote in person. While there are certainly valid reasons to send in a ballot for some people, ballots should not be mailed to every registered voter.
- How many of these ballots are delivered to the wrong address?
- How many are sent to a resident who moved away without a forwarding address?
- How many are sent to the deceased?
- How many are sent to people who are not capable of voting, like those with Alzheimer’s Disease?
- And how many of those misdirected or mis-delivered ballots are being completed by someone other than the intended voter?
People are reporting receiving multiple ballots with their name on them, and they didn’t even request one to begin with. Another report is from a woman who received a Michigan ballot, and she hasn’t lived in the state in 30 years.
To top things off, evidence suggests many of the laws that are in place to prevent fraud are being ignored, postmark deadlines are not being followed, and poll watchers are not being allowed to observe a ballot up close, if at all.
Why are they fighting transparency . . . unless there is something to hide?
Under our U.S. Constitution, elections are controlled by the states Article I, Section 4, Clause 1, but Congress wants to nationalize them and institutionalize all the avenues of potential fraud. The U.S. Constitution clearly states that elections are to be held and electors for the presidential election chosen by the manner in which the state legislature prescribes.
H.R. 1 / S. 1 would completely turn this on its head and force states to adopt rules for their elections that many of them do not want. The US House passed H.R. 1, the so-called “For the People Act of 2019” and it has now moved to the Senate, S. 1, for consideration. If this measure is allowed to become law it would allow for:
- Making it illegal to clean out voter rolls of deceased or non-residents;
- Forcing states to allow early voting;
- Forcing states to allow vote-by-mail;
- Forcing taxpayers to subsidize candidates they don’t align with politically; and
- Policing online speech about elections with new broad and sweeping powers. According to some experts, speech and articles that simply mention a candidate could be illegal if it falls within four months from an upcoming election, and any communication that mentions an issue that might be associated with a politician could be illegal! You would think both sides of the aisle would be against this bill, simply based on its flagrant disregard of the 1st Amendment.
Absolute Proof: Exposing Election Fraud and The Theft of America by Enemies Foreign and Domestic
The introduction and legalization of “ballot harvesting,” where operatives can collect and submit boxes of ballots without proof of identity, looks to be throwing a huge monkey wrench into the presidential vote tally as well. States are wavering wildly as hundreds of thousands of votes are suddenly “discovered.”
The chaos is a victory for the radical Marxists. They are now saying “this freedom business is horrible” and freedom isn’t fair.
You and I both know it’s government that can’t be trusted.
Remember when President Obama claimed to not know what rigged elections mean? Bev Harris can help you Mr. President.
Author Bev Harris became known for groundbreaking work on electronic voting machines, which can remove transparency of the vote count. Black Box Voting, founded in 2003, performs nonpartisan investigative reporting on elections in an attempt to stop vote rigging.
You may be wondering what the term “black box” means. A “black box” system is non-transparent; its functions are hidden from the public. Elections, of course, should not be black box systems.
With voting machines, all political power can be converted to the hands of a few anonymous subcontractors: