What does it means to us when we hear the election is rigged? It means that illegal voters participated in the election.
Does that mean when something particular suggests Americans should tread lightly when uttering the suddenly forbidden phrase?
According to Oxford, the definition of the rig is “the particular way in which a sailboat’s masts, sails, and rigging are arranged.” But about elections, it merely means “to arrange or influence something in a dishonest way to get the result that you want.”
The 2020 election was rigged, and many states were coordinated to break the laws and violate the constitution before the election.
“We know that five states, some of the five key states that were critical in this election, unconstitutionally changed their election law,” Rep. Jim Jordan, a House Judiciary Member, correctly pointed out on January 6.
There were mass mailings of the absentee ballots, and the use of Zuckerberg boxes, and absentee ballot drop boxes in blue districts. But, there were more lesser-known and indeed magnificent ways the U.S. election system is rigged to benefit the Democrats.
Joy Pullman shared some shocking revelations. Her article was released in the new Mollie Hemingway book, “Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections.”
The DNC Controlled All Poll Watchers for 40 Years
“Shockingly, the 2020 contest was the first presidential election since Reagan’s first successful run in 1980 in which the Republican National Committee could play any role whatsoever in Election Day operations,” Hemingway wrote.
“For nearly 40 years, the Democratic National Committee had a massive systemic advantage over its Republican counterpart: the Republican National Committee had been prohibited by law from helping out with poll watcher efforts or nearly any litigation related to how voting is being conducted.”
“Democrats had spent the last forty years perfecting their Election Day operations while everyone at the Republican National Committee walked on eggshells, knowing that if they so much as looked in the direction of a polling site, there could be another crackdown,” she added. “As a result, there was no muscle memory about how to watch polls or communicate with a presidential campaign.”
Because of this, it isn’t a surprise that the 2020 election poll-watching was a disaster and owned by the Dems.
Take a look at the opposition to Republican poll watchers in Philadelphia,
It’s a hostile attitude towards the GOP poll observers in blue cities.
Democrats Benefit from Lazy and Insecure Election Practices
“Also made clear throughout ‘Rigged’ is that lazier and sloppier elections strongly advantage Democrats,” Pullman writes in her review. “This means long election seasons, mail-in balloting, and loose ballot behavior such as mailing millions and opening dropboxes all tilt elections towards Democrats.”
“The vote-by-mail system was becoming a major part of the Democratic Party’s get-out-the-vote operation,” Hemingway writes. “Regardless of fraud and other concerns, the press saw the success of the mail-in ballot effort in Wisconsin for what it was: an effort to turn out more Democratic voters.”
Facebook Essentially Bought Biden the Election
“[Mark] Zuckerberg didn’t just help Democrats by censoring their political opponents,” Hemingway writes. “He directly funded liberal groups running partisan get-out-the-vote operations. He helped those groups infiltrate election offices in key swing states by doling out large grants to crucial districts. That funding was how [Democrat] activists achieved their ‘revolution’ and changed the course of the 2020 election.”
Zuckerberg’s role in the election was crucial. The billionaire game money in private funding into a presidential election. The left wasn’t silent, and it applauded the election interference.
“Many Americans now know that Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg interfered in the 2020 election, pouring $350 million into an obscure Chicago-based nonprofit that redistributed the funds to county elections officials nationwide. What they might not know is just how widespread those grants were,” the Capital Research Center said.
“Meet the Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL), a group that burst into prominence after Zuckerberg increased the tiny nonprofit’s revenues—just $1.4 million in 2018—by a bewildering 24,900 percent in the lead-up to the 2020 election. CTCL used its newfound fortune to funnel five-, six-, seven-, even eight-figure grants to the government officials responsible for administering the 2020 election—with devastating results for Republicans,” the report continued.
The United States Has Republican ‘No-Go’ Zones
“In 2017, Portland canceled its annual Rose Parade after violent threats from Antifa, which objected to the Multnomah County Republican Party’s being included as one of the many civic groups marching in the parade.” Hemingway writes. “Forget Trump; it was unsafe for even an ordinary Republican to walk down the streets of Portland. And in canceling the parade, [Portland Mayor Ted], Wheeler effectively conceded that Antifa ruled the streets.”
AG MG stated that the election audits were tantamount to voter intimidation and the recoding of Zuckerberg boxes for signs of election fraud. The unsubtle signaling that Republicans weren’t welcome can be seen in Philadelphia, where some poll workers had Biden 2020 masks.
The Use of Mass Mail-In Ballots in Elections is an Invitation for Fraud
“Up to a quarter of a million votes were cast in Wisconsin’s presidential election without any identification check at all,” Mollie Hemingway writes. Yet, the House Democrats want to normalize such lax voter verification across the nation, particularly with a stalled bill called the “For the People Act of 2021.”
“Mail-in ballots are the ballots most vulnerable to being altered, stolen, or forged,” Han Von Spakovsky writes.” Just look at the current investigation going on in Paterson, New Jersey, over a recent municipal election conducted entirely by mail.”
“Four Paterson residents have already been charged with criminal election fraud, including a councilman and councilman-elect,” he continues. “Evidence is surfacing of everything from voters reporting that they never received their absentee ballots (even though they are recorded as having voted) to accusations that one of the campaigns may have submitted fraudulent ballots.”
“Mail-in ballots also have a higher rejection rate than votes cast in person,” he notes. “In the Paterson case, election officials rejected 1 in 5 ballots for everything from signatures on the ballots not matching the signatures of voters on file to ballots not complying with the technical rules that apply to absentee ballots.”
“In addition, there have been problems with the Postal Service, not postmarking ballots, making it impossible for election officials to determine whether the ballots were mailed in time to be counted,” he adds. “The U.S. Election Assistance Commission says that in the last four federal elections, 2.7 million mail-in ballots were misdelivered and election officials rejected 1.3 million.”
It proves that the problems in 2020 elections, where Pennsylvania’s mail-in ballots were suspiciously processed, and ballot rejection rates increased in key swing stated.
The Democrats Oppose Standardized Voter Verification Practices
The Dems claim that the Dems would “expand Americans’ access to the ballot box, reduce the influence of big money in politics, strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and implement other anti-corruption measures to fortify our democracy, and for other purposes.”
It should be emphasized that fortifying the election represents the same verbiage used by radial groups, labor unions, and giant corporations that took part in the 2020 election and beyond damage Trump.
“The bill prohibits any laws from being constructed that would forbid states from counting ballots received over ten days after an election,” an observer noted.
Congress stated that it has the constitutional authority to enact changes to election law, sharing that Congress must remedy the structural racism.
“Congress finds that it has the authority pursuant to section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment to protect the right to vote,” the bill states. “Congress also finds that States and localities have eroded access to the right to vote through restrictions on the right to vote including excessively onerous voter identification requirements, burdensome voter registration procedures, voter purges, limited and unequal access to voting by mail, polling place closures, unequal distribution of election resources, and other impediments.”
“Congress also finds that it has authority to legislate to eliminate racial discrimination in voting and the democratic process pursuant to both section 5 of the Fourteenth Amendment, which grants equal protection of the laws, and section 2 of the Fifteenth Amendment, which explicitly bars denial or abridgment of the right to vote on account of race, color, or previous condition of servitude,” the bill goes on.
“Congress finds that racial discrimination in access to voting and the political process persists,” the bill claims. “Voting restrictions, redistricting, and other electoral practices and processes continue to disproportionately impact communities of color in the United States and do so as a result of both intentional racial discrimination, structural racism, and the ongoing structural socioeconomic effects of historical racial discrimination.”
The bill stated that it would “seize the authority of states to regulate voter registration and the voting process by forcing states to implement early voting, automatic voter registration, same-day registration, online voter registration, and no-fault absentee balloting.”
Voting Machines are a Secretive, Unaccountable, and Undemocratic Part of America’s Elections
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