Yes, Biden Is Hiding His Plan To Rig The 2022 Midterm Elections

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Well, my friend (that is how we speak in Washington about people we firmly disagree with), they obviously DID stop there if they rigged the presidential election. I don't know which makes me angrier: that the Democrats are accused of rigging the presidential election OR that if they rigged the presidential election, why the hell did they stop before taking full control of the Senate and winning (rather than losing) seats in the US House?
In my opinion it was an establishment steal. Senior leadership in both parties planned it, condoned it, and have covered it up since then. The great establishment steal of 2020. They took the presidency from the people.
 

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Imaging thinking the government has your best interest and is 100% completely honest.

Conspiracies are wild and crazy, and most are not true. But some are. Im not sure which ones, but I seriously doubt they're 100% truthful with us.

Somebody is lying, and if I follow the history, i'd bet it's the same people who said that 6 officers were killed on January 6th.

The real question in all of this is WHY? WHY are they lying? Is it misinformation or is it on purpose?
 
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Imaging thinking the government has your best interest and is 100% completely honest.

Conspiracies are wild and crazy, and most are not true. But some are. Im not sure which ones, but I seriously doubt they're 100% truthful with us.

Somebody is lying, and if I follow the history, i'd bet it's the same people who said that 6 officers were killed on January 6th.

The real question in all of this is WHY? WHY are they lying? Is it misinformation or is it on purpose?
To put it in one sentence, they are doing it to get rid of our constitution and assimilate us into a world govt ruled system.
 

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Herschel may not be a genius but I believe he has common sense. Furthermore he agrees with Trump policies so I feel confident that he will vote the right way if he gets the position. If saying dumb stuff on a regular basis was a disqualification then a vast majority of politicians would not be in office.
Would be shocked if Herschel could legitimately read a congressional bill; he’s stupid
 

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In my opinion it was an establishment steal. Senior leadership in both parties planned it, condoned it, and have covered it up since then. The great establishment steal of 2020. They took the presidency from the people.

Any given two people can't keep a secret about who they are dating, but you crazies think literally thousands of people are participating in a mass coverup that would be the biggest scandal in our history? That's literally insane.
 
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Any given two people can't keep a secret about who they are dating, but you crazies think literally thousands of people are participating in a mass coverup that would be the biggest scandal in our history? That's literally insane.
I disagree plain and simple. Thats a uniform patent argument against a conspiracy of any type and I do not buy it.
 
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Poll on Election Integrity: 50% of Americans Think Cheating Is Likely in the Midterms​

By Joe Hoft
Published July 7, 2022 at 8:50pm
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After massive fraud and corruption in the 2020 Election, half of Americans believe that the 2022 Midterms will be contaminated with widespread cheating as well.
Rassmussen Reports released the results of their polling on election integrity on Thursday morning.
Many voters still believe cheating affected the 2020 presidential election, and a majority fear the upcoming midterm elections could be tainted by cheating.
A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports and The National Pulse finds that 52% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is at least somewhat likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 36% who think it is Very Likely. Forty-three percent (43%) don’t believe it’s likely cheating affected the 2020 outcome, including 30% who say it’s Not At All Likely. These findings are similar to previous surveys in May and March. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
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Fifty percent (50%) of voters think it is at least somewhat likely there will be widespread cheating that will affect the outcome of this fall’s congressional elections, including 24% who say it’s Very Likely. Forty-one percent (41%) don’t believe cheating is likely to affect the November midterms, including 22% who say it’s Not At All Likely.
Mail-in voting is a major concern:
Voters remain skeptical of the integrity of vote-by-mail. Fifty-eight percent (58%) think it’s at least somewhat likely that wider use of mail-in voting will lead to more cheating in elections, including 39% who say it’s Very Likely. Thirty-six percent (36%) don’t believe mail-in voting is likely to lead to more cheating, including 16% who say it’s Not At All Likely. In October 2021, 65% said wider use of mail-in voting would lead to more cheating in elections.
Wait till America sees the movie Selection code.
 

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Polls are fun.






(I think we would at least agree that the final 2 links are excellent reasons why polls are kinda laughable. Those are not numbers that reflect reality, IMO).
 

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U.S. Postal Service Just Institutionalized Election Interference With New Mail-In-Ballot Division​

BY: CHUCK DEVORE
AUGUST 16, 2022
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The more our elections rely on the Postal Service, the more interference we can expect.
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Starbucks recently asked the National Labor Relations Board to suspend all pending and ongoing votes to unionize at its U.S. stores due to concerns stemming from mail-in ballots. The franchise’s objections once again raise questions about the credibility of election systems that rely on mail-in ballots.
As with coffee companies, how much more with the American electoral process? With hundreds of millions of dollars of campaign material and increasing numbers of ballots in the mail, postal efficiency and honesty are becoming increasingly vital to free and fair elections.


Ostensibly to address some of these concerns, the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) announced on July 28 that it was creating the Election and Government Mail Services division. Adrienne E. Marshall, a USPS veteran, was named as the division’s first director, with Marc Elias, the Democrat’s foremost lawfare professional and longtime proponent of elections by mail, tweeting out his approval.
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The rationale for this new division is that the growing use of mail-in ballots requires extra attention to ensure the greater volume of mailed ballots can be handled by an increasingly overburdened USPS.
The USPS reported it delivered more than 135 million ballots in 2020, with 40 million delivered so far this year during the primaries.
Elections conducted by mail have been a longtime goal of Elias and others since long before public health fears over in-person voting during the Covid-19 pandemic. It is instructive to note that most European nations found mail-in ballots to be susceptible to fraud and limited their use.

Among other problems, mail-in ballots can be cast by someone other than the voter, voter ID measures are harder to ensure absent in-person voting with a government-issued ID, and the secret ballot is more easily compromised by professional ballot traffickers who “help” the voter fill in their ballot. Thus, mail-in ballots will be an increasingly important part of the Democratic election playbook.
In related news, President Joe Biden nominated three people to fill vacancies on the nine-member USPS Board of Governors. The board determines the postmaster general, who remains, for now, Louis DeBoy.
Biden’s nominees include the former chief counsel for the American Postal Workers Union and the head of the National Vote at Home Institute, a non-profit that pushes for nationwide mail-in voting. Some 80 Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to Biden urging action on the board of governor nominees to speed DeJoy’s ouster.
Should the voting public be concerned about the USPS paying closer attention to mail-in ballots? It depends on the trust you place in federal institutions and their employees.

The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is the oldest federal law enforcement branch. Regarding election-related mail, both campaign material and ballots, the Postal Inspection Service says they monitor “political and election mail as it moves through the postal network to prevent, identify and resolve any issues that might interfere with its secure and timely delivery.” All of which sounds great in theory, but what happens if the mail doesn’t get through? Or if it doesn’t get through selectively? Investigating after the fact won’t change election results.
By its own metrics, the USPS claimed it delivered 99.89 percent of mail-in ballots within seven days during the 2020 election. But what if the leadership of the USPS’s heavily unionized workforce decided to put their thumbs on the scale? The National Association of Letter Carriers is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO and endorsed Biden in 2020. It represents 277,000 workers.
The American Postal Workers Union also endorsed Biden. It represents another 330,000 workers and is also under the AFL-CIO umbrella. If there was a concerted effort to hinder election mail, the Postal Inspection Service likely wouldn’t notice it in time to stop it and prevent selective delivery of the mail from tipping an election.
In the case of mail-in ballots, USPS union interference might take the form of an effort to target delays in Republican-heavy areas of both mail-in ballot applications and the ballots themselves. But there are other ways to tip the scales through the mailbox: interfere with mailed campaign materials.
A lot of campaign work involves the organization of presorted mail and delivering it to the appropriate post office loading dock. These mailings feature prominent “election mail” tags that are supposed to guarantee that campaign bulk rate mail was treated as first class. It isn’t impossible that unionized postal workers might seek opportunities to “misplace” the mailings of conservative campaigns.
Two years ago, the USPS conducted an audit of election mail and found that some 68,000 pieces of election materials for the Baltimore mayor primary sat undelivered for five days before the June 2 election. This resulted in much of the campaign mail not being delivered until after most Marylanders had already cast their ballots by mail.
Incumbent Democratic Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young placed fifth in the primary. Young was seen as moderate and pro-business. Young raised the most money, but he was beaten by a progressive candidate who enjoyed substantial union support, Brandon Scott. Of the late mail, Young speculated, “That might the reason why I didn’t get a lot of votes.”
In what might have been a case of projection, two months later, Maryland Democrats accused the USPS under President Trump of deliberately slowing mail delivery to sabotage the November election. Notably, the president of Baltimore’s American Postal Workers Union promised, “Your mail will be delivered … you will get your vote counted.”
In May 2022, there was abundant evidence suggesting there was a concerted effort by postal workers to swing runoff elections in Texas. The Texas State House of Representatives District 73 is the 32nd most Republican district of the state’s 150. According to an analysis by “The Texan,” the district has a 71 percent Republican partisan lean — meaning that the real contest is in the Republican primary, as there is little chance of a competitive general election.
After a three-way primary, the runoff came down to Barron Casteel and Carrie Isaac. The Casteel campaign received financial support from the largest government workers union in the nation, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), fire and police unions, and the Association of Texas Professional Educators. Given the hard Republican tilt in this district, Casteel would be the best Republican the unions could hope for.
And, as happened in Baltimore in the 2020 primary, delayed campaign mail played a role in this election — though Isaac ended up prevailing by 271 votes out of the 22,207 cast and won by a margin of 1.2 percent.
Interestingly, Republican voters in Hays County reported late mail from the Isaac campaign. In Comal County, Casteel’s home turf, the mail arrived on time. Hays County is served by a sorting center in northeast Austin. Comal County is served out of San Antonio.
Isaac’s late pieces featured clear conservative messaging — an endorsement by Sen. Ted Cruz and calls to finish the border wall and to cut property taxes.
Campaign mail today is scanned and tracked. This allowed Isaac’s campaign consultant, Jordan Berry, to know with certainty that six mailers totaling 11,426 pieces targeted at high-propensity Republican households in Hays County were delivered after the election. The six mailers were each dropped on separate days and cost the campaign around $10,000.
As might be expected, the late mail had an effect on the election. Isaac, whose husband Jason represented Hays County for eight years, from 2011 to 2019, was expected to win Hays County as it was her home turf. Instead, she narrowly lost to Casteel by 308 votes. In Comal County, where Casteel served as mayor of New Braunfels, Isaac won by 579 votes.
Of the late mail, Berry noted, “Of course, it had a negative effect. The campaign went dark to thousands of voters in the crucial homestretch. And over 15 years of political campaigns, this has never happened to one of our clients. That said, I’ve never seen so much union activity in a Republican primary. This was one of a handful of Republican runoff races where there was a significant difference between the candidates on key issues such as parent empowerment, government unions, and small business policies.”
Labor unions came within a few hundred votes of altering the composition of the Republican caucus in the Texas State House of Representatives, not by campaigning or by deploying manpower but by interfering with the mail. One wonders where else in America this might have happened in the past few years.
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Chuck DeVore is Chief National Initiatives Officer at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, a former California legislator, special assistant for foreign affairs in the Reagan-era Pentagon, and a lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army (retired) Reserve. He's the author of two books, "The Texas Model: Prosperity in the Lone Star State and Lessons for America," and "China Attacks," a novel.
 

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China Joe openly enlisting election aid from CCP front company to get involved in US election process. I call it treason.

 

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Plumbers fix a problem. Welders fix a problem. Maintenance people fix a problem.

Liberals NEVER fix a problem.
I see it as more government never fixes a problem, and is responsible for most they seek to “solve”. And why would they? If they solve a problem they no longer need their solution to exist. Their incentive is to perpetuate every problem they address - examples are everywhere but particularly glaring in healthcare. The war on drugs has morphed into keeping addicts alive by providing products that attempts to enable use rather than any measures to emphasize and offer recovery and rehab. Keeps more drug riddled homeless people to throw money into other solutions that perpetuate homelessness. Heart disease is by far the leading cause of death in the us and to state the obvious the biggest influence there is individuals health. Covid was also much harsher on the fat people. Diabetes is up there. And yet theres no concern about those deaths or attempt to communicate developing proper nutrition in diets and being physically active. No we celebrate body positivity. Its awesome being too fat to run half a mile and custom ordering clothes for being too big to shop in regular stores. really inspiring watching millions of people dying a slow death because they want to live however they want all the time and have no discipline. We wouldnt want them to get in shape and get their health in order, we need these fatsos to keep loading up on blood pressure meds, insulin, boosters etc. Working to actually solve these problems would leave less people to “help” and therefore less need for govt aka reduce the size and cost in any possible way.

both sides play the game although in this dems are much worse - their solution for everything is we need to intervene and create some new agency branch or agency alotogether. Were still extending covid emergency status and will never actually be rid of the handouts they enable, theyll stuff them into legislation. The government never, ever gives up authority once attained. The goal or end result depending on how cynical you are will be - more and more people too stupid and unhealthy to do anything but fully depend on government to survive. I mean our education system is a massively bloated cost with a performance that is an absolute an atrocity. Do we ever hear a peep about our math and reading scores against the world as critical to improve? Nah you have to dig those numbers up to even know about them. Has there been any movement to teach kids relevant skills like credit cards, mortgages, investing? Nah we wanna teach them pronouns, let them identify as a tree if they want, and teach young children about sexuality and sex changes? I mean is there any possible result besides a large number publicly educated students continuing their trend of falling behind the world on important subjects and adding sexually ambiguous psychiatry cash cows who are too mentally damaged to do anything productive. Just a new dependent class for the govt to “identify” and issue with and take more of our money for their solution that keeps the party going for them.
 
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