It was about how Democrats, once again, launched efforts in at least two states and perhaps has many as four to steal victories away from Republican Senate candidates.
Though polls closed Tuesday evening in Florida, more than 40 hours later — past the legal time limit, per state election law — somehow election officials in two Democrat-heavy counties, Broward and Palm Beach, “found” tens of thousands of ballots that Leftie lawyers are now demanding be counted.
One of the election officials, supervisor Brenda Snipes, has been in legal trouble before regarding elections. As the Washington Examiner reports:
Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz was staving off a primary challenger Tim Canova when his campaign noticed certain irregularities in the way paper ballots were being counted. An ugly court battle and two years later, a judge ruled that the Broward elections supervisor had illegally destroyed ballots in the race.
The supervisor’s name? Brenda Snipes, who claimed that the trashing of the ballots was just a “mistake.”
Right. Just like it was a “mistake” that boatloads of ballots had ‘gone missing’ only to be miraculously discovered outside of the turn-in deadline and after it became apparent that GOP gubernatorial candidate Rep. Ron DeSantis and Republican governor and Senate candidate Rick Scott both beat their Democratic challengers. And wouldn’t you know it, now that counting those ballots has begun, their leads are being cut by the day. (Related: Report: Rick Scott ORDERS State Police to seize all Broward, Palm Beach ballots.)
Here’s a prediction: The counting will stop once these corrupt officials ‘find’ enough ballots to push Democrats to victory.
Meanwhile in Arizona, on election night GOP Senate contender and U.S. Rep. Martha McSally had bested her Democratic rival, U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema by a slim, but clear margin. By Friday, however, due to ‘found’ ballots, Sinema had taken the lead while ‘counting continued.’
The really tight races, Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit notes, always seem to go to Democrats and after ballots mysteriously appear out of thin air:
In one recent election, Philadelphia had more votes that electors in a district. In Detroit in 2016 some votes were so over stated in the inner city they could not be recounted which meant the original and fraudulent vote totals were used. God only knows what goes on in big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis and more. These are the only strongholds for Democrats. Are they all fraudulent?
David Haranyi, senior editor at The Federalist, notes that Democrats are increasingly pushing for so-called “direct democracy” — that is, all candidates including those for federal offices and the presidency — should be elected by majorities, not via the constitutional electoral system our founders gave us. He writes:
Take Vox's Ezra Klein, a longtime champion of direct democracy: "I don't think people are ready for the crisis that will follow if Democrats win the House popular vote but not the majority," he tweeted before the midterms. "After Kavanaugh, Trump, Garland, Citizens United, Bush v. Gore, etc, the party is on the edge of losing faith in the system (and reasonably so).”
If you’ve ever read the entire Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, you know the word “democracy” does not appear in either document. That’s because America is not a democracy, we live in a republic.
“The only reason these folks who claim to want to save Constitution from Trump see crisis in the system is that it fails to deliver for them politically. They're not losing faith in the system. They just don't like the system,” Harsanyi notes.
While Democrats work to undermine our faith in our election systems, they are simultaneously working to demolish it altogether and replace it with a system they can more easily manipulate.
Conservatives need to wake up and realize what’s going on so they can stop it.
Read more about how the Left engages in vote fraud at VoteFraud.news.