Sunday, November 15, 2020

Cheating Is In The Eye Of The Beholder


Friends, while many of us look for major transgressions by the Dems in the 2020 election -- voting machines that alter the vote count, or illegal "ballot dumps" in deep blue cities -- the truth may be that this election was fixed by less spectacular means: by changing the rules by which mail-in ballots are accepted or rejected, more specifically.  I've argued before that, if the Dems lowered the ballot rejection rate by violating state laws, then they effectively "stole" the election for Biden.  Well, this article lays out that case in terms of federal and constitutional law.  If there's a chance that the Supreme Court will nullify the results in any of the key states, this is probably the reasoning they would employ.


Assuming the numbers at the beginning of this article are true (and out of line with what we see in the rest of the country), the case for fraud begins to grow stronger... 

And here's a full-throated defense of our concerns about mail-in ballot legitimacy:


  1. Dr.Waddy from Jack: The Federalist article is well argued and documented and raises the credible possibility of Scotus disqualifying perhaps decisive portions of this election. Kudos to our President for asserting his view that the election was unsound! Far from being the tantrum of a thwarted child, as the left is blithe to assume and express through the slavish MSM, this is a legitimate Constitutional issue which must be resolved before Jan. 20.

  2. Hear hear, Jack! I was impressed by the article as well. There are, indeed, legitimate constitutional issues at stake. We let the states manage our elections, on the assumption that the legislatures of those states are in control of them. We may be mistaken in that assumption.

  3. Dr.Waddy from Jack: But Dr.Waddy, you don't understand! Empirical evidence and reasonable,arguable conclusions from it are, like, irrelevant man. They must be subordinated and ultimately suppressed in favor of "feelings".

  4. Dr.Waddy from Jack: Re: the second Federalist article: ya know the left and it's supporters have really worn out their welcome in using the appellation Nazi as casually as they do. I think the real America no longer fears it, since through typical radical totalitarian presumptuousness, (and that's at its best; at it's worst its just arrogantly ignorant) this hyberbolic term ( and when one considers the actual Nazi record, ludicrous in this setting),is devoid of reason and impact. And those who willingly tolerate murderous Marxists in their ranks have no moral authority to accuse it.

  5. That's so true, Jack. The overuse of the terms "racist", "Nazi", "fascist", "dictator" (I could go on) all serve to expose the emptiness of the Left's pronouncements. 73 million Americans voting for a man who the Left regards as beneath -- WAY beneath -- contempt shows you how little regard much of America pays to their gesticulations. Be that as it may, we still have to deal with the fact that these people control most of our cultural institutions. It won't be easy to blast them out of there, either.