By Allan Wall, November 18, 2020
You wouldn’t know it from the Mainstream Media, but the 2020 presidential election is still under contention. It’s up to the states to certify the election results. The Mainstream Media is not the constitutional arbiter of our elections.
If you only followed the Mainstream Media, however, you would constantly be informed that 1) Joe Biden is the winner and 2) the charge of voter fraud is “baseless.”
The term “baseless” is used all over the Mainstream Media in titles of articles, and don’t forget that some Americans don’t read any further than the headlines. (For some examples, click here.)
There are many credible charges of voting irregularity in the presidential election. Real journalists ought to investigate not indoctrinate.
The same Mainstream Media covers up the problems with illegal immigration and mass immigration. So, pardon me, if I don’t just roll over and automatically believe their “narrative.”
Some folks don’t like to think about voter fraud in America. But there’s evidence that it’s a bigger problem than many people think.
And this certainly isn’t the first contested presidential election. Remember twenty years ago, in 2000, when the Bush-Gore election was contested in Florida, for 37 days?
That was just in one state. The issue in the Sunshine State was the ballots themselves; how they were printed and how they were marked. But it went on for 37 days.
Back in 1876, there was a heavily-contested election, between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel J. Tilden. In that year, the contested states were Florida, South Carolina, and Louisiana, and an Oregon elector was disqualified.
The 1876 election was settled by a deal, in which the Republicans promised to end military occupation of the South. Hayes became president.
Getting back to 2020, it’s troubling that the Mainstream Media won’t even investigate these claims, but then, these media folks have a vested interest.
There are many problems with our voting system, and we ought not be afraid to take the bull by the horns and try to solve these problems.
Voter registration, for example, is an issue I’ve written about for years. I’ve compared our voter registration system, which is a joke in many states, with the voter registration in Mexico, where I resided many years and where I personally observed the system in action.
The Mexican government issues each Mexican voter a voter ID card (see here), displaying a photograph and fingerprints of the voter and various security features.
On election day, Mexican poll workers have a book with the name and photo of each voter in the precinct. They can check to see if the voter matches up with the ID. After voting, the voter’s thumb is smudged with ink to discourage multiple voting.
Suggest that in the United States, however, and people start screaming that it disenfranchises voters.
My only conclusion is: They don’t want a secure voter registration system.
In the case of the 2020 presidential election, there are many charges of irregularities and many things that just don’t add up. [See my previous blog entry, Joseph Stalin: “Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.”]
And that blog entry only reports a portion of the charges against the 2020 election.
Even if only part of these charges are true, it’s still very disturbing.
Plus, why is it taking so long to count the votes in some states? It’s been two weeks!
Even the computer software used in these elections has been accused of changing votes, and not only the Dominion system.
And guess what? Before 2020, Democrats complained about election software. But now, in 2020 it must be A-okay because it favored Biden in the swing states. Funny how that works.
How can our constitutional republic continue to function if a large portion of the population doesn’t have confidence in the election system?
Add to that the disturbing utilization of political violence we’ve seen in 2020, the latest example being the attacks on Trump supporters in Washington, D.C. on November 14.
We have some serious problems, and just dismissing the concerns of tens of millions of Americans as “baseless” doesn’t cut it.
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