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Are the Democrats turning the USA into a banana republic?

(Wednesday blog)

Who really won the US election? Who knows? And will we ever know?

As Trump keeps claiming massive election vote-rigging, the British mainstream media keep claiming there is absolutely no evidence for Trump’s claims of election fraud.

Well, of course there’s no evidence yet as no investigations have yet been conducted into some of the most questionable results.

But we do know that something ‘odd’ happened in Wisconsin. Trump was leading when suddenly a new bunch of votes arrived and every single one was for Biden (the straight vertical blue line on the chart below):

We also know that election officials are blaming a “computer glitch” for mysteriously awarding thousands of Trump votes to Biden in Michigan (I think).

And we do know that progressive, liberal, holier-than-thou lefties have previously used massive postal voting fraud to steal an election. This happened here in the UK – in Birmingham to be precise.

Here’s part of a 2011 report from the lefty Independent newspaper:

A judge has delivered a devastating indictment of the postal voting system championed by ministers as he found six Labour councillors guilty of electoral fraud. He said checks against corruption were “hopelessly insecure” and accused the Government of being in denial about the risks to democracy.

A Judge has delivered a devastating indictment of the postal voting system championed by ministers as he found six Labour councillors guilty of electoral fraud. He said checks against corruption were “hopelessly insecure” and accused the Government of being in denial about the risks to democracy.

Richard Mawrey QC, sitting as an electoral commissioner in Birmingham, found “overwhelming” evidence of fraud in last year’s city council elections that would “disgrace a banana republic”. The elections, where several Labour candidates bucked the trend to win, were dogged by claims of intimidation, bribery, ‘vote-buying’, impersonation and even the creation of a “vote-forging factory”.

Clearly the postal voting system is open to massive fraud as Trump has claimed. If this can happen in the UK, why shouldn’t it have also been the case in the USA – especially in a year when (due to the Chinese plague) many more people used postal votes than in past elections?

Here’s Tony Heller debunking the mainstream media’s claims that it was a ‘computer glitch’ which accidentally allocated thousands of Trump votes to Biden – a supposed ‘error’ that was only found when a manual count gave a completely different election result to the result given by the computer system:

 

4 comments to Are the Democrats turning the USA into a banana republic?

  • William Boreham

    I wonder if Boris has been told about how the American presidential election process actually works before he was so quick to phone Biden. The process, based on federal law and not media reporting is:

    1)    The election occurs in early November.
    2)    Votes are tallied while officials from both parties (Democrat and GOP) are present.
    3)    Provided officials from both parties are present during the vote tallies and there are:
    1. No credible accusations of fraud.
    2. No software glitches.
    Then the vote tallies are ratified.
    4)    If the vote margin between winner and loser is 0.5% or smaller, an automatic recount is required.
    5)    If the margin between the winner and loser is larger than 0.5%, but either candidate (or a 3rd candidate for that matter) wants to dispute the results, he or she can pay to have a recount performed. The cost if roughly $3 million per state.
    6)    Once the recount is completed, or if a recount is not necessary, the individual states formally declare the winner on December 14th when they officially cast their electoral college votes for him or her.
    7)    Then, in early January of the next year, the new congress meets to count the electoral college votes and formally declare the winner.
    8)    The new President is sworn into office on January 20th.
    This is how Presidential elections work in the U.S. under normal circumstances.

    The media cannot decide who wins. The media can simply project who they think will win based on vote totals at a given time. And unless the loser formally concedes prior to December 14th, the election remains in play.

  • A Thorpe

    Democracies and voting are not designed to give power to the people. They are designed to give power to political parties and they have reached the stage where they no longer hide the fact. Increasingly we see democratic votes being challenged, perhaps because nobody trusts the voting systems, even the politicians. Our representatives don’t even have power, they only get it through the political party. Boris only has power because the party allows it. We need to abolish political parties and have independent representatives and fewer of them, giving us the responsibility for our lives.

    Thanks to William for the above. I have not seen that before and trust it is correct. He is certainly correct when he says the media cannot decide who wins. We needs politicians who can sort out the media. They should be reporting the news in a balanced way, not making the news and telling us what our views should be.

  • Jeffrey Palmer

    I’m quite sure that Johnson is well aware of the US electoral system. He was, after all, born there, and his hobby is history. But with his own lifelong record of falsehood and deceit, and total lack of principles either political or personal, I doubt very much that a bit of electoral fraud bothers him in the slightest. Johnson is on record, after all, of supplying a home address to an insurance fraudster friend who said he wanted to have an annoying investigative journalist beaten up.

    In the USA, the MSM are now in charge. It clearly no longer matters what the American election regulations are, and indeed the Democrats are now saying that they intend to change them to suit themselves anyway, abolishing the Electoral College and going for a straight national majority vote, and will be supported in this by the MSM. And as far as this election is concerned, the relevant State employees will have families and mortgages and will not want to lose their jobs under Democrat administrations, so will mostly fall into line.

    The question here is, what happens after Johnson resigns? That won’t be long delayed – he has a record of complaining that the sort salary he’s currently paid is grossly inadequate to maintain his lifestyle, and would probably prefer to go back to a better pay level in journalism.

    A leader may emerge from the Tories – probably one of those of sub-continent origin who seem to garner most of the MSM headlines – or the party can revert to its own civil war over Europe when Brexit negotiations inevitably drag on for yet another year. In which case we might well see Sir Kneel Starmer benefiting from a UK version of an MSM election.

  • Brenda Blessed

    5) If the margin between the winner and loser is larger than 0.5%, but either candidate (or a 3rd candidate for that matter) wants to dispute the results, he or she can pay to have a recount performed. The cost if roughly $3 million per state.

    The MSM is full of fake stories about Trump making excuses for losing when he has no conceded the election. He won’t concede until all of his legal options are exhausted.

    Therefore, Trump should be able to pay to have the swing states that swung Democrat on mail-in ballots recounted.

    The swing states were all going strongly for him on voting day before the counting was unaccountably stopped very early for most of them, but only Georgia was within the automatic recount margin.

    Anyhow, the state legislatures, not the governors, not the courts, not the states, are the bodies that select the electors (delegates), who as a total ratify which party won the election.

    The speaker of the House in Pennsylvania, for example, is a Republican and he has said that he wants an audit of the state vote before he will select the electors. The state senator, also a republican has agreed with that. Therefore, there will be no choosing of electors until after the vote has been audited. In other words, there is an good chance of the result in Pennsylvania being overturned and given to Trump if enough mail-in votes were fraudulent or were not filled in properly.

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