Let’s End The Elections Hoax
Can we ever have fair elections?
By Jim Boyer
It is an indisputable truth: election fraud is a pillar of democrat party activism. What is unclear is why no Congress and no Attorney General has ever taken the initiative to guarantee our right to be fairly counted in the process designed to preserve our freedom and our power over government.
While historical accounts of election fraud probably go as far back as elections do, the first fraudulent election I took note of was in 1960 where Mayor John Daly’s mob related corruption machine pulled off a city-wide heist that resulted in delivering all of the state’s 27 electoral votes for the Kennedy-Johnson ticket. One point proved was that bus loads of voters had been transported to multiple polling places to cast democrat votes. The criminal evidence of fraud was staggering, but beyond a couple of dead-end lawsuits, no significant effort was made to deal with it.
In 1996 investigators concluded that democrat California congressional candidate Loretta Sanchez produced an estimated 4,023 illegal votes by not only using the Daly busing tactic, but by filling the buses with unregistered voters mostly identified as illegal immigrants who were enabled to deceive the process by Bill Clinton’s 1993 “Motor Voter Act”. While a congressional investigation proved the fraud, instead of declaring the election invalid they ruled that Sanchez, the democrat still had enough ‘legal’ votes to win.
In the 2004 Governor’s race in Washington, democrat Christine Gregoire was ruled to have won by 130 votes after two recounts in which boxes of ballots were discovered to have been “misplaced” in such unlikely places as behind copy machines. The ballots found heavily favored the democrat candidate.
And who could forget the 2008 congressional election in Minnesota that put liberal buffoon Al Franken in the US Senate by a mere 312 votes after “misplaced” ballots were found in the trunk of a car and 1,009 illegal felons were found to have voted?
To make matters worse, the most liberal districts or precincts where elections are hugely important and where party officials and candidates demand that every vote be counted are the places where we are told these boxes of important ballots are always negligently misplaced. It is not coincidental that democrats are almost exclusively involved in election fraud and the subsequently forced recounts and process appeals are consistently shopped to, and decided by liberal democrat judges or courts like the 9th Circuit in the western district.
But, let’s not put the blame entirely on democrats. We must acknowledge that republicans are their enablers. Without a willingness to turn a blind eye to the law or to stand up and fix this problem incidents like the ones above could not occur. Without the cooperation of republicans, we would not have built in avenues for fraud such as Motor Voter, early voting, mail in ballots and provisional ballots handled by “volunteers”.
The Fix Could Be Simple
While I contend that our politicians on both sides of the aisle enjoy the discord created by each term’s election confusion, we do not have to accept a continuing process akin to setting sail in a leaky boat that has been patched with duct tape. Our elections can be handled legally, flawlessly and fairly.
A first step we should have taken long ago would be to provide a voter ID card upon registration after proving eligibility. There is no argument against this idea that holds water in view of all the other places we must provide a valid ID in order to go about our daily lives.
The second step we should take is to end the practice of voting on a week day when most people work or have families with school age children to manage and reschedule voting for federal and state-wide elections to a week-end along with implementing a return to paper ballots.
Finally, we should call up the national guard to serve during the polling week-end where they would observe completed ballots being placed in a locked box by the voter and subsequently handled by no one until final count. At the end of the polling period, the ballot boxes would remain in the custody of the uniformed NG soldiers and be delivered by them to the court house or county administrative building where they would be publicly counted, tabulated and registered by election officials and representatives from each party. Never would the locked ballot boxes be handled by anyone other than soldiers serving our country under their oath to protect and defend our liberty and constitutional rights.
Without a fair and legal process, we have no rights, we have no security and we find ourselves being governed by people who have proven themselves to be corrupt at their core.
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