Your liberal friends are probably squawking at you these days, saying, “But every election has irregularities and boo-boos!” While that is sort of true, back here in the real world, honest mistakes tend to cut both directions. Why has every single anomaly or irregularity in the 2020 election benefited Joe Biden and hurt President Donald Trump? What would you think if such a huge stack of “mistakes” happened in a foreign country?
Let’s review the list:
Illegal use of absentee ballots, including dead voters, back-dating and double-voting.
Opposition observers kicked out of vote counting stations.
North Korean-style turnout in areas where one candidate earned 98-100% of votes.
Mobile ballot box fraud and ballot harvesting.
Computer data “glitches” that only benefited one candidate.
When you look at that list, you might think that it’s referring to the November 3, 2020 election in the United States. But that list actually comes from a US State Department document issued in 2004. All of the “irregularities” on the list happened in the presidential election in Ukraine that year. HERE is the document, which is archived online.
There was so much obvious fraud in the Ukrainian election that year that a majority of Ukrainians took to the streets. The international community, including our own State Department, declared the election invalid. After several weeks of chaos, the country was forced to hold a second election in December.
George Soros, by the way, took advantage of the chaos in Ukraine that year to launch the so-called “Orange Revolution.” Say… does anyone know what George Soros is up to these days? Asking for a friend.
The totality of the irregularities in Ukraine made it impossible to know who had actually won the election. The only remedy, ultimately, was to hold another election with large numbers of observers on the ground to watch the casting and counting of ballots.
The good news is that when we hold a do-over election here in the US, we don’t need to put the whole country through it. That’s because the Democrat Party only engaged in mass fraud in a handful of swing states, and in deep blue strongholds with corrupt Democrat mayors. Instead of holding a second election nationwide, there is a very good chance that we’ll only be holding do-overs in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Georgia. Nevada and Arizona are also possibilities, but the votes are still being counted there.
Speaking of the “international community,” um… where are they?
Countries from France to Japan condemned Ukraine’s election back in 2004. But with the same list of massive, fraudulent “irregularities” taking place in the US, very few of those countries have had the guts to condemn what just happened here. Don’t those guys care about “free and fair” elections? Oddly enough, one of the only world leaders to even come close to raising an eyebrow at this election was president of Mexico. He has pointedly refused to call Joe Biden to congratulate him, saying he’d rather wait until all the irregularities are sorted out.
Vladimir Putin has also said the election results here are questionable. Putin is almost as hilarious as Trump when it comes to trolling America’s liberals. He knows that if he says anything vaguely supportive of Donald Trump, it causes Democrats in America to have bedwetting nightmares.
But for most countries, they’ve been oddly silent about the rigged 2020 election here. It’s almost as if they’d prefer for the election results to be certified as quickly as possible, so Joe Biden can sworn in next January. That’s worth thinking about for a long time after these election results are sorted out.
Joe Biden’s campaign has now set up something that it calls “The Office of the President-Elect.” That’s really cute. Sort of like when your 6-year-old continues to play dress-up for several days after Halloween. And it’s just as meaningful in terms of a presidential election in America.
Bill Barr has emerged from hibernation early. The Attorney General has authorized US Attorneys to aggressively investigate voter fraud in all of the swing states under suspicion. When he made that announcement, the DOJ’s top official in charge of investigating voter fraud (Richard Pilger) walked off the job.
Somebody had better secure Pilger’s work computer and emails immediately.