Now They Tell Us
Is the Supreme Court about to tee it up for 2020 ‘election deniers’?
It goes without saying that voter fraud is nothing new. Think Tammany Hall and Chicago’s ‘city bosses,’ including Cook County in the 1960 presidential election. Or read Means of Ascent, Robert Caro’s masterful account of ‘landslide’ Lyndon’s shenanigans at the ballot box during his 1948 Senate run-off in Texas.1
And who can forget (except the media) the more recent FBI investigation into the corrupt ‘community organization’ ACORN that resulted in the arrests of eight workers in St. Louis for a host of election law violations?2 Pretending voter fraud doesn’t exist is political strategy, not reality.
That’s why partisans screaming the loudest at so-called ‘election deniers’ have to rely on gaslighting and online censorship. The Democrat/Media complex looks at ballot integrity precisely the same way it looks at climate change or vaccine mandates—there is no debate.
Of course, it’s political crossdressing on an epic scale. Democrats who’ve made a career of questioning elections suddenly irate over the sloppiest one in modern memory? Al Gore, just as unhinged two decades ago as he is today, repeatedly claimed that the 2000 election was stolen. Stacey Abrams, Raphael Warnock and Hakeem Jeffries are all serial ‘election deniers.’3
Yet it was Hillary Clinton who actually tried to undo the will of the people.
Along with the DNC, her campaign farmed out the creation of a fake Russian ‘dossier’ in what made the CIA’s Watergate burglars look like amateurs. Even Bob Woodward is covering his tracks. The Obama team, including then Vice-President Biden, was briefed on the “alleged approval by Hillary Clinton on July 26, 2016 of a proposal…to vilify Donald Trump by stirring up a scandal claiming interference by Russian security services.”4
A corrupt Justice Department was enlisted to spy on, investigate and delegitimize the 2016 election. Rep. Adam Schiff repeatedly lied about it all, as the Twitter Files confirm. He’s been removed from the Intel Committee—he should now be removed from Congress. These are the people throwing stones (and jailing J6ers) at anyone who questioned an election conducted under pandemic rules and decided by just 44,000 votes in three states.5
I was Minnesota’s GOP Senate nominee in 2020 and along with my friend, Dr. John Lott, we tried to warn folks on what was coming in May of that year. Quoting a 2005 report from the Commission on Federal Election Reform, chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker III, we reiterated “absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud.” 6
That fall, 60% of Minnesota votes were absentees.7