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  • They will cheat

    They will cheat to steal the election

    Cheat ? Democrats ? Of course ! They lie, cheat, create hoaxes, cheating is their preferred method of operation

    Cheating & hoaxing are the only way they can succeed in forcing themselves & their ideas upon us

    Rabid irrational hate assures us that they absolutely WILL hoax, lie and cheat ... as we've observed

    They're democrats

    it's what democrats do


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Democrats have an insurance policy for the 2020 Presidential election, and it has nothing to do with the eventual Democratic Party nominee.

    The original policy was initiated by Obama, Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Hillary, and their ilk, bragged about by Strzok to his paramour, and paid for by the Democrat/media cabal. The mephitic Mueller tried to cash it in, but the hero Marine got slapped down by Barr.

    It's a plan to 'win' the election by any means necessary, even by cheating if necessary.

    Of its components, the 'failsafe,' is most intriguing, if for no other reason than it is so devious, underhanded, clever, and inventive, that its surprising it comes from the same left which gave us the ridiculously ludicrous Steele dossier and Smollett hoax.

    Notice how quickly E. Jean Carroll disappeared from the headlines?

    Or, how the same media, which has a conniption fit when Trump asks for an extra scoop of ice cream, scarcely publicized her rape accusation, and then let the matter drop with nary a peep?

    Perhaps a sealed indictment of Donald Trump (New York has no statute of limitations for first-degree rape) is being processed as we speak, with the purpose of it being leaked just in time for the election.


    Or a sealed indictment of Trump for campaign finance violations with respect to the Stormy Daniel payments will be leaked by the Office of the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York -- remember, Cohen and others are still cooperating. And its no secret they've been investigating Trump.

    In any case, expect a leak of a sealed indictment for something; the something is immaterial
    .

    They've been shown the man; they'll find the crime.

    It's common knowledge a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich, right? Well, there's no bigger ham than Trump -- all they need do is make the sandwich.

    Mueller made a big deal about not being able to prosecute a sitting president, so much so, one is reminded of a Stephanopoulos' setup question.


    Get it out there so when it comes up again and they run with it, it seems fair because, heck, they gave him the benefit of the consideration and if not for the unfortunate leak, the indictment[s] would have remained sealed and secret until Trump was no longer president.

    In the fashion of Obama with every scandal, no one is madder than they about the leaks, and darn it, theyre putting their best team of men on it..


    Electoral Shenanigans

    Adam Mill had a great article warning that attempts by media, celebrities, and prominent Democrats in 2016 to convince members of the Electoral College not to award their votes to Trump was a mere prelude to the coercion by doxing, intimidation, Tweetstorm, and social media ostracism they will employ in 2020 to impel electors to award their votes to whom they are told.

    '[O]nly two people were persuaded to change their votes. These two people, who were totally anonymous and unelected, nullified hundreds of thousands of lawfully cast ballots as they succumbed to a secret campaign of intimidation and persuasion in the weeks after the 2016 presidential election.'

    Yet, this was done on the spur of the moment. In 2020, they will have had four years to plan their machinations.

    In fact, why not do away with the Electoral College altogether?

    Fourteen states enacted the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, representing a total of 196 electoral votes.

    Supporters maintain that once the number of states enacting NPVIC surpasses the 270 electoral votes needed to win a presidential election, the compact will have the force of law and electors will be required to award their votes to the winner of the popular vote, which will almost certainly be the Democrat.

    Of course, the gambit is blatantly unconstitutional (Brian S. Messenger's article does a superb job of explaining why). Changing the constitution is an arduous process, for which Democrats don't have public support; the NPVIC simply bypasses it.

    Outright Cheating

    Importing a new, more 'woke' electorate is another tactic.


    Americans stole the presidency from Hillary Clinton, so the left through their "open borders" policy plans on replacing the electorate with poor people dependent on Democrat handouts who they can suborn to vote illegally for Democrat candidates.

    The obstinate American electorate now extant can eat flan.

    Democrats seek to facilitate illegal voting by suppressing Voter ID movements, while challenging laws to purge voter rolls of the dead, noncitizens, people who have moved, and those voters who are inactive. Licenses for illegals and auto-motor-voter registration will help.

    Then there is 'no excuse' early voting and absentee voting.

    Originally devised to let people vote by mail if they had some legitimate reason they couldn't get to the polls, it has now become a way to vote early and often. It's easier to manipulate because partisans can fill out the ballots for people who never intended or choose not to vote, aren't eligible, or are no longer alive -- as well as eliminate particular votes, like those from military personnel overseas.

    Yet, vote harvesting is the most pernicious of the voting schemes; it allows partisans to go to someone's home with a ballot, fill it out for them, and cast it in their stead.

    Can you say, "voter intimidation?"

    What could go wrong?


    Lowering the voting age to 16 and allowing felons and prisoners to vote are also aspirations.

    Those on the left believe they are on the side of all that is right and just.

    Therefore, anything they do, no matter how illegal, unjust, or just wrong, in service of the goal of winning back their right to govern, is justified.

    And if they can't win elections by winning elections, they will cheat, because only with absolute power can they save America from Americans.


    https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._election.html

  • #2
    Originally posted by Captain Trips View Post
    They will cheat to steal the election

    Cheat ? Democrats ? Of course ! They lie, cheat, create hoaxes, cheating is their preferred method of operation

    Cheating & hoaxing are the only way they can succeed in forcing themselves & their ideas upon us

    Rabid irrational hate assures us that they absolutely WILL hoax, lie and cheat ... as we've observed

    They're democrats

    it's what democrats do


    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Democrats have an insurance policy for the 2020 Presidential election, and it has nothing to do with the eventual Democratic Party nominee.

    The original policy was initiated by Obama, Comey, Brennan, McCabe, Hillary, and their ilk, bragged about by Strzok to his paramour, and paid for by the Democrat/media cabal. The mephitic Mueller tried to cash it in, but the hero Marine got slapped down by Barr.

    It's a plan to 'win' the election by any means necessary, even by cheating if necessary.

    Of its components, the 'failsafe,' is most intriguing, if for no other reason than it is so devious, underhanded, clever, and inventive, that its surprising it comes from the same left which gave us the ridiculously ludicrous Steele dossier and Smollett hoax.

    Notice how quickly E. Jean Carroll disappeared from the headlines?

    Or, how the same media, which has a conniption fit when Trump asks for an extra scoop of ice cream, scarcely publicized her rape accusation, and then let the matter drop with nary a peep?

    Perhaps a sealed indictment of Donald Trump (New York has no statute of limitations for first-degree rape) is being processed as we speak, with the purpose of it being leaked just in time for the election.


    Or a sealed indictment of Trump for campaign finance violations with respect to the Stormy Daniel payments will be leaked by the Office of the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York -- remember, Cohen and others are still cooperating. And its no secret they've been investigating Trump.

    In any case, expect a leak of a sealed indictment for something; the something is immaterial
    .

    They've been shown the man; they'll find the crime.

    It's common knowledge a prosecutor can indict a ham sandwich, right? Well, there's no bigger ham than Trump -- all they need do is make the sandwich.

    Mueller made a big deal about not being able to prosecute a sitting president, so much so, one is reminded of a Stephanopoulos' setup question.


    Get it out there so when it comes up again and they run with it, it seems fair because, heck, they gave him the benefit of the consideration and if not for the unfortunate leak, the indictment[s] would have remained sealed and secret until Trump was no longer president.

    In the fashion of Obama with every scandal, no one is madder than they about the leaks, and darn it, theyre putting their best team of men on it..


    Electoral Shenanigans

    Adam Mill had a great article warning that attempts by media, celebrities, and prominent Democrats in 2016 to convince members of the Electoral College not to award their votes to Trump was a mere prelude to the coercion by doxing, intimidation, Tweetstorm, and social media ostracism they will employ in 2020 to impel electors to award their votes to whom they are told.

    '[O]nly two people were persuaded to change their votes. These two people, who were totally anonymous and unelected, nullified hundreds of thousands of lawfully cast ballots as they succumbed to a secret campaign of intimidation and persuasion in the weeks after the 2016 presidential election.'

    Yet, this was done on the spur of the moment. In 2020, they will have had four years to plan their machinations.

    In fact, why not do away with the Electoral College altogether?

    Fourteen states enacted the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, representing a total of 196 electoral votes.

    Supporters maintain that once the number of states enacting NPVIC surpasses the 270 electoral votes needed to win a presidential election, the compact will have the force of law and electors will be required to award their votes to the winner of the popular vote, which will almost certainly be the Democrat.

    Of course, the gambit is blatantly unconstitutional (Brian S. Messenger's article does a superb job of explaining why). Changing the constitution is an arduous process, for which Democrats don't have public support; the NPVIC simply bypasses it.

    Outright Cheating

    Importing a new, more 'woke' electorate is another tactic.


    Americans stole the presidency from Hillary Clinton, so the left through their "open borders" policy plans on replacing the electorate with poor people dependent on Democrat handouts who they can suborn to vote illegally for Democrat candidates.

    The obstinate American electorate now extant can eat flan.

    Democrats seek to facilitate illegal voting by suppressing Voter ID movements, while challenging laws to purge voter rolls of the dead, noncitizens, people who have moved, and those voters who are inactive. Licenses for illegals and auto-motor-voter registration will help.

    Then there is 'no excuse' early voting and absentee voting.

    Originally devised to let people vote by mail if they had some legitimate reason they couldn't get to the polls, it has now become a way to vote early and often. It's easier to manipulate because partisans can fill out the ballots for people who never intended or choose not to vote, aren't eligible, or are no longer alive -- as well as eliminate particular votes, like those from military personnel overseas.

    Yet, vote harvesting is the most pernicious of the voting schemes; it allows partisans to go to someone's home with a ballot, fill it out for them, and cast it in their stead.

    Can you say, "voter intimidation?"

    What could go wrong?


    Lowering the voting age to 16 and allowing felons and prisoners to vote are also aspirations.

    Those on the left believe they are on the side of all that is right and just.

    Therefore, anything they do, no matter how illegal, unjust, or just wrong, in service of the goal of winning back their right to govern, is justified.

    And if they can't win elections by winning elections, they will cheat, because only with absolute power can they save America from Americans.


    https://www.americanthinker.com/arti..._election.html
    To be fair, Republicans cheat too, but then, one could view that as just wanting a counter balance to the Democrat's cheating.
    But still, wouldn't it be better for the nation if neither party cheated?

    ?


    • #3
      Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post

      To be fair, Republicans cheat too, but then, one could view that as just wanting a counter balance to the Democrat's cheating.
      But still, wouldn't it be better for the nation if neither party cheated?
      I agree that the Democrats are going to cheat if we don't watch them they will even start encouraging black people to vote outrageous.Fortunately we can count on the Republican machine to do a magnificent job of suppressing that vote as they always do.

      ?


      • #4
        Originally posted by redrover View Post

        I agree that the Democrats are going to cheat if we don't watch them they will even start encouraging black people to vote outrageous.Fortunately we can count on the Republican machine to do a magnificent job of suppressing that vote as they always do.
        Suppressing the vote? Yeah, right. That's a Democrat / media flogged on lie as much as the collusion hoax is / was.

        The lie is designed to cover the intent, which is to import a voter base of illegal aliens who are not entitled to vote, from illegally voting, now that the Democrats have lost the blue collar vote as well as significant part of the black vote.

        Your 'suppressing the vote' is only wanting that legal voters are voting. That most certainly is not suppressing anyone entitled to vote from voting.

        Requiring picture ID to vote is most certainly NOT suppressing anyone from voting. A democrat lie, and you are more than happy to take part in flogging on the lie.

        ?


        • #5
          Originally posted by redrover View Post
          I agree that the Democrats are going to cheat if we don't watch them they will even start encouraging black people to vote outrageous.Fortunately we can count on the Republican machine to do a magnificent job of suppressing that vote as they always do.
          - Laughs -

          You're being a fool on purpose here ?? .. looks like

          You have to be !

          The ONE thing we both agree on, is the incompetence and uselessness of republicans

          The dumb bastards are lucky if they can get to work on time so they can argue with each other !!

          ... While democrats laugh devilishly and plan nastiness and WORK TOGETHER AND SUCCEED AT IT !!!

          ... While republicans wander around aimlessly, pointing at each other, the sky or some pie in their eye LOL

          And you tell us that republicans are going to suppress the vote

          If you asked them whose votes they meant to suppress, I expect the answer would be quite comedic

          Something like;

          "Yeah, I had breakfast ! And I brushed my teeth too !! I got my underwear on straight this morning, it's going to be a good day ! What were you asking again ???"


          Yeah, that "republican machine" LOL . . . no oil, spark plugs or gas.. tires either

          ?


          • #6
            They will cheat

            They DO lie

            They ARE violent

            They hate

            They're a dangerous, cultural cancer

            -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


            The Left's hysteria over Trump's victory in 2016 has escalated into something quite beyond mere hysteria.

            Now the leftists are well and truly dangerous. Antifa, the fascist organization that protests anything and everything with which it disagrees, is violent, very violent. These people show up with weapons, wearing masks, and attack anyone they perceive to be in opposition to their own warped ideology.

            Over the weekend in Portland, Quillette journalist Andy Ngo was badly beaten, seriously injured, by a group of these thugs and got no help from the Portland police, who actually made him walk back through the mob to seek help.

            We are one election away from losing our country...and leftists cheat.

            "A nation can survive its fools and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.
            An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly."
            Cicero

            Portland may be ground zero for the worst of leftist brutality at the moment, but the Left is definitely ramping up its malicious intolerance.

            As everyone who cares to look knows, there have been many incidents of violence against Trump-supporters around the country, often for just wearing a red hat.

            Democrat debates of last week were nothing but a contest: which candidate is the most willing to sell out America?

            Turns out every one of them is champing at the bit to do just that, along with their partners in crime in Congress like Ocasio-Cortez and her coterie of fellow traitors to this country. They all want American citizens to pay all expenses for the millions of illegals who have fled here for the financial support and free medical care the Democrats promise.

            America as founded is under attack by a vicious Left that hates Trump much, much more than it loves or respects the United States.

            The Left, aside from approving of all manner of violence in service of its agenda and its anger, has been willing to break every law on the books, abrogate every word of the Constitution to get its way and defend those who do these terrible things.

            The Trump-haters counted on the Mueller Report to vindicate their unbridled loathing of the man. Since that failed, their brains have dissolved into puddles of goo. Their propensity to violence, or at least excusing it, has intensified. They think Mueller showing up to testify will be the end run around the actual report, which was 448-pages of innuendo, an embarrassment to legal scholars.


            Maxine Waters calling out her supporters to "get in their faces," to harass Trump-supporters "wherever you run into them." But then Obama, he with the Nobel Peace Prize, had advocated: "If they bring a knife to fight, you bring a gun." This from the man who wants to confiscate guns from all law-abiding Americans.

            Did anyone on the left criticize Waters's remarks? Or Obama's? No. They are all on the same page.


            Hillary called Trump-supporters a "basket of deplorables," and Joe Biden called them the "dregs of society." Charitable people? Not exactly.


            John Hinderaker wrote:
            The Democratic Party has abandoned all norms of civility and constitutional government. Somehow, though, liberals believe they are immune from having to live by their own 'new rules.' They sow the wind, but think they never will reap the whirlwind.


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