The 2020 Election
While Joe Biden was hiding in his basement, Team Trump was very active in campaigning throughout the country. They knew they need to appeal to the voters and if Trump’s Rallies were representative of anything, it was that Joe Biden had a lot of work to do. Fortunately for Team Biden, they realized that voters are not as important as votes. Biden himself let the cat out of the bag when he claimed. “I don’t need you to get me elected, I need you once I’m elected.” Political spinsters would later cover for Biden’s Freudian-slip, attributing this to a simple failure of his rapidly deteriorating mind to annunciate clearly, but it seems to follow a theme in the Democratic Party.
Fast-forward to election day, as we all watched patiently on election night for results to come from our major news networks on their now deleted news feeds, some of us went to bed knowing that Trumps odds of winning were fairly secure. The voters of the US were ready for four more years, and all but one of the 19 bellwether counties were would end up confirming that.
Unfortunately, we simple minded voters didn’t realize that Democrats were willing to go above and beyond our normal levels of voter fraud, into next level Venezuela levels of voter disenfranchisement, but I guess that’s to be expected when we use the same companies to tally our votes. The Chavistas would be proud of how well we have done convincing people that their votes were actually counted and that it’s time to move on.
All these “voter irregularities” beg the question: “how do you spot election fraud?” How does one go about getting an absentee ballot illegally? What about unsolicited ballots, are those safe? Why are so many GOP observers signing affidavits claiming they have not been able to witness what is actually going on? Is it possible that those who perpetrate fraud on such a large scale would lie to us by stating that this election is “the most secure in American history,” when their is mounting evidence to suggest that it is the most insecure election in US history. I guess that’s not as hard as it sounds when you control what information is allowed to make the news, and what information is “verboten“.