In 2005, The Financial Times reported on the eve of Tony Blair’s expected announcement that May 5 will be the date of the general election, Richard Mawrey QC, a High Court judge sitting as an election commissioner, said election fraud would continue unabated because there were no systems in place to deal with postal vote-rigging. The article went on to say, “This system is wide open to fraud and any would-be political fraudster knows that it’s wide open to fraud,” he said in his executive summary.
Anything is Legal
In Birmingham, the BBC reported the number of postal votes more than quadrupled between 2001 and 2004. In one of the areas where the election result was challenged, nearly half the registered electors had ostensibly applied to vote by post.
Evidence presented in court indicated it was possible to intercept or forge both the application forms and the postal ballots themselves.
Many ballots had signatures that differed from those on the application.
The Birmingham Labour leader, Sir Albert Bore, wrote to Mr. Blair, saying: “At present, in relation to the handling of postal ballot papers, the law is so general that almost anything is legal.”
A judge commented, “If something seems wrong with the postal ballot papers,” he said, “you have no powers or resources to ferret around to see if the votes are legitimate.”
The Democrats Push for Vote By Mail for the 2020 Presidential Election
Since springtime, Democrats looking ahead to the presidential election urged people to stay home in November — and vote by mail. Democrats have filed lawsuits trying to change state legislation for Biden to win this election as the Democratic party attempts a coup on the United States. And the results have been catastrophic.
The integrity of our election has been compromised. Everyday citizens like myself are now questioning the validity of election while the media continues to fuel the fire.
Are we really supposed to believe that Joe Biden makes history with total votes received, beating Barack Obama’s record given his lackluster campaign with rallies that could not drum up more than a couple hundred people, even with former President Obama by his side? In contrast, President Trump’s MAGA rallies draw in crowds of 60,000 in the cold.
With social media and mainstream media support, former President Obama received 3.5 million fewer votes in 2012 than in 2008. President Trump, attacked 24/7 by mainstream media and social media, during an epidemic, after impeachment, got 5 million more votes than in 2016.
President Trump has assembled a team of lawyers to tackle this election. Recent updates include:
Georgia is headed for a recount as President Trump’s legal team is confident there is evidence of illegal ballot harvesting.
President Trump is demanding Michigan halts counting votes until his team can review the ballots. I find it hard to believe President Trump can lose Michigan after what he has done for the state. Thanks to his administration, Flint, MI victims of the water crisis were awarded $600 Million dollars and as a result, Flint, MI endorsed President Trump, a first for the city to endorse a republican. He has made Delphi pension workers whole who were left struggling in Michigan and Ohio.
There were many irregularities in Pennsylvania, including having election officials prevent President Trump’s legal observers have meaningful access to vote counting locations.
In Nevada, there appear to be thousands who improperly cast mail ballots.
Finally, the president is on course to win Arizona outright despite Fox News calling the state for Joe Biden.
… And they cut away?!
During last night’s press briefing, President Trump said, “If you count the legal votes, I easily win. If you count the illegal votes, they can try to steal the election from us.” Likewise, the Biden campaign claimed Wednesday that it “won,” though Joe Biden himself has put that in the future tense.
Trump reminded reporters — who remained in the White House briefing room — that he had been leading in several states by wide margins on Election Day, and that his lead had been “whittled” down as mailed-in ballots had been counted in cities. He predicted that there would be “a lot of litigation” before the final result was known because of large-scale vote-by-mail.
The president concluded by saying he would leave the final outcome of the race to be made by the courts: “It’s not a question of who wins — Republican, Democrat, Joe, myself. We can’t let that happen to our country. We can’t be disgraced by having something like this happen. So it will be hopefully cleared up, maybe soon, I hope soon. But it will probably go through a process, a legal process. And as you know, I’ve claimed certain states, and he’s claiming states, and we can both claim the states, but ultimately I have a feeling judges are going to have to rule. But there have been a lot of shenanigans and we can’t stand for that in our country. Thank you very much.”
The three major news networks — ABC, CBS, and NBC — all cut away from President Donald Trump while Twitter has been unfairly censoring our president. And if our president can be censored, what does that mean for the rest of us?