Hell’s Breaking Loose in Georgia, and Elsewhere - Soapbox Jr.
We’re hearing a lot about potential voter fraud and rigging of the 2020 election in the news these days. I am not saying with certainty that is what happened, but from what I have seen and heard, I am concerned about what could potentially be the most widespread voter fraud in our nation’s history.
Sadly, rigged elections are nothing new.
Allegations of rigged elections go all the way back to John Adams and Thomas Jefferson in 1800, again in 1824, and 1876.
More recently, John F. Kennedy won an extremely narrow election in 1960 with approximately 113,000 votes separating him from Richard Nixon which put Kennedy in office, and there has been much talk about Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley arranging for ballot boxes being stuffed, and a reporter named Earl Mazo said he found tombstones that matched Chicago voters in certain precincts and a dilapidated old house where nobody lived, yet 56 people there voted for Kennedy.
A confession of guilt in 1962, eventually led to the prosecution and incarceration of three poll workers from Chicago’s 28th Ward.
There are many other instances of voter fraud and election rigging through, but let’s focus on the current situations.
President Trump’s legal team had a press conference of over an hour-long on Thursday, detailing a flawed - or intentionally compromised – voting systems and software, allegedly used in the glorious socialist-state of Venezuela and allowed votes to be switched to the late Hugo Chavez from his opponents, and claimed that the reason so many precincts was that the software which was intended to flip votes from Trump to Biden was overwhelmed by Trump votes coming in, and had to stop in order for a plan B to add last-minute votes in order to put Biden on top.
Dominion Voting Systems machines are at the center of the controversy, and the Trump team says they have 234 pages of signed affidavits with allegations of fraud, and poll watchers who were prevented from observing and being able to challenge ballots as allowed by law.
Don't forget that Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar and several other prominent Democrats voiced concerns about the security of the Dominion system.
Dominion officials did not show up for a fact-finding hearing in front of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Friday morning, which could have potentially shed a lot of light on the allegations of vote switching - and curiously - since election day, over 100 Dominion employees have deleted their LinkedIn profiles.
There’s a real “Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain! The Greatest Oz has spoken!” feel to the whole thing. We’re just supposed to nod and accept the assurances of our benevolent overlords in the mainstream media at their word that there is no reason to doubt their assertations that the election was fair and free with no monkey business.
Feels like the old Jedi mind trick, with the mainstream media believing that their “Force” can have a strong influence on the weak-minded public.
But let’s move from a galaxy far, far away back to the old west.
Time to use a little “cowboy logic” as dad used to say,
“2+2 is always 4.”
“Water doesn’t run uphill.”
“Where there’s smoke, there’s a fire somewhere.”
There’s enough smoke surrounding this to think that there may be some flammable material could possibly be combusting.
And there is a situation in Wayne County Michigan where intimidation and doxing – leaking of personal information - caused two Republicans on the election board change to voting to certify the election results after originally refusing to vote to certify the election results, and then rescinding their votes. More votes than registered voters have been found, which seems just a tad suspicious.
Time will tell if any of these legal challenges will change the results, but time is getting short, so if a bombshell is coming, it is going to have to be soon.
But another major concern is the apparent invitations to voter fraud in Georgia with economist Thomas L. Friedman who said he hopes that Democrats move to Georgia and register to vote so they can participate in the two runoff elections for Georgia’s two Senate seats, a situation that the Georgia state legislature should address as soon as possible, as it has the potential to shape the U.S. Senate majority for years to come.
I’m sure that if Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity suggested Republicans up and move to the Peach State in the next month, then hell would break loose in Georgia, to paraphrase a certain fiddle player I was close to, and he would be fit to be tied at what is going on down there, and elsewhere in this crazy election.
Rosin up your bows, Georgia!
What do you think?
Pray for our troops, our police, the peace of Jerusalem and for our nation.
God Bless America!
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