In a surprise to probably no one, New Jersey has “just” found more than 1,500 ballots in an unmarked box that were never counted for the state’s primary, which took place … two months ago.
Ironically, the Trump campaign had already raised serious issues with New Jersey a couple months ago, clearly questioning the integrity, or lack thereof, of the election process in New Jersey.
“The Governor’s inconsistencies, coupled with the Order’s timing amid a nationwide push by the Democratic Party for the same measures, reveal that the Order is less about protecting the health of New Jerseyans and more about protecting the electoral prospects of the Governor’s political party,” the lawsuit said. [Source: The Daily Wire]
Looks like this lawsuit had merit after all.
Even more hilariously, New Jersey is already claiming that the uncounted ballots do not change the results of the election, despite the fact that they have not even completed the formal recounting process.
Between New Jersey “losing” over 1,600 ballots and New York throwing out more than 25% of mail-in votes over the summer, it is becoming quite clear what kind of issues will unfold in the 2020 election; if 1,600 ballots can be lost in a primary in a rather small state, a primary that far less people would participate in than a presidential election, one can only imaging the horrors that may unfold in light of a presidential election determined almost exclusively by mail-in vote, if the Democrats have their way.
On top of that, an editorial piece that recently emerged from The Atlantic, the same ghastly publication that ran a completely baseless story on Trump referring to Trump as “losers” (Even Michael Bolton refuted that one),
“A loss by Joe Biden,” Hamid wrote, “is the worst case not because Trump will destroy America (he can’t), but because it is the outcome most likely to undermine faith in democracy, resulting in more of the social unrest and street battles that cities including Portland, Oregon, and Seattle have seen in recent months. For this reason, strictly law-and-order Republicans who have responded in dismay to scenes of rioting and looting have an interest in Biden winning …
“[Another Trump win will promote] mass disillusion with electoral politics as a means of change — at a time when disillusion is already dangerously high.” [Source: The Western Journal]
Wow, if this is an attempt on the part of The Atlantic to redeem itself for its unconscionable attacks on Trump, then they really have a lot to learn.
The essence of the entire, rambling editorial can be summarized as follows: Biden must win, otherwise Democrats will keep destroying cities.
Let that sink in just a minute. Biden should win, because the Democrats will burn down buildings otherwise? Something tells me that would promote “mass disillusion” regarding the Democrats, rather than “mass disillusion” regarding a voting process that has been set in place since the founders of our country orchestrated the voting process.
It appears that the Democrats are the ones that are spreading mass disillusion, versus the alternative; as angry as more than one Republican was for having to deal the incompetence of Obama for eight years, one would be hard pressed to recall a single city that was repeatedly destroyed by Republicans after an Obama victory.
Then again, Republicans actually respect liberty, law and order, and election fairness. While they disliked the outcome of the election, they certainly didn’t throw a four year fit over it either.
Given the extremely blatant efforts by the left now, from Bloomberg’s $100M vanity project in Florida to “flip the state” for Biden (as if votes can just be bought by Patriots?) to previous presidents’ unprecedented attacks on Trump, it is clear that Trump is in for the battle of his life in some ways with the upcoming election.
However, the battle would not be to gain voter popularity, which is clearly on the rise; the battle would pertain to fighting the Democrats, who are clearly hatching some type of plot to steal the election.
Hopefully, like most of their other past endeavors, this attempt to completely undermine democracy and adopt the same tactics of dictatorships around the world will epically fail, leaving them nothing to do for the next four years but whine and obstruct, achieving exactly nothing for their “efforts.”