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Vote Fraud Was Bad . . . Until Dems Decided They Had To Dig Up Anything For A Biden Win

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By DEXTER DUGGAN

What are President Trump’s supporters to do while a highly disputed presidential election is thrashed out?
They can’t do what the radicals over on Democrat Joe Biden’s side of the political spectrum did all summer long: riot, loot, burn, even murder to establish their threatening cred while Biden remained silent until he finally got the message that his zipped lips were hurting his election chances.
However, Trump fans can’t quietly bow their heads and sit on their hands until experienced Democratic fraudsters announce that the decrepit Delaware bad Catholic is the victor.
Massive mail balloting long had been recognized as carrying substantial dangers of fraud — until the Dems decided that anything and everything had to be marshalled to drive Bad Orange Man to defeat.
Pennsylvania’s Democrat attorney general, Josh Shapiro, blurted out that absentee ballots would guarantee Trump’s defeat — before Shapiro had any proof that would happen. Or did he simply figure that his fellow donkey pols would make sure it happened?
Trump supporters had organized massive boat, truck, and car parades around the nation that showed far more individual initiative and energy, as well as deeper support, for the GOP nominee than ever could be generated for the elderly, confused marionette Biden, who simply was coronated to win by the corrupt establishment and their media megaphones.
Moreover, tens of thousands of Trump fans turned out at huge rallies to chant, “We love you!” It was an unprecedented display of affection by Americans who knew that Trump was fighting for them, to bring back their jobs, to improve their economy, to affirm their nation, to stand up against cultural barbarians. Just the opposite of what to expect from Marxist street fighters.
Yet now corrupt media took it upon themselves to declare Biden the winner even though their partisanship stank like a barge full of rotten fish. Are all the patriots simply to slip back meekly into their homes under a new lockdown while Biden’s elitists return the U.S. to the stagnation, deceit, and imposed immorality of the Barack Obama years?
If Trump supporters had been so creative leading up to Election Day, surely they could get together positive public messages that they intended for the U.S. to continue moving forward with his example, not be strangled by Biden-Kamala Harris government mandates. Remember back on September 1 when Axios posted about Hawkfish, which it described as a group “funded by Michael Bloomberg and (it) also does work for the Democratic National Committee and pro-Biden Super PACs.” Hawkfish said Trump likely would appear to win on election night, but this will be only “a mirage.” Funny how this elite chatter seems to know more about fate than mere humans do.
As for Biden’s laughable message now that he wants national unity, is this the same gropey, “hairy legs,” hair-sniffing Biden who said in 2018 that he probably would have “beat the hell out” of Trump for disrespecting women?
It only remained for bad Catholic Biden to wear rosaries as nose rings while personally pushing struggling teenagers into abortion clinics. That would make a nice television visual for his side of the divide.
Commentator Bill O’Reilly noted on his morning radio update on November 10 the dramatic reversal that mail-in ballots made after the November 3 election night. O’Reilly said Michigan went from 54/44 for Trump to 48/51 for Biden; Georgia went from 53/45 for Trump to 49/49.5 for Biden; Pennsylvania from 52/44 for Trump to 49/50 for Biden.
“Did they really break for Biden that big?. . . Mail-in ballots turned the entire election around,” O’Reilly said. “Was it honest? I don’t think we’re ever gonna know.”
Reports described Republican official observers repeatedly being hampered, from being told to stand too far away from vote-counters, to being escorted from the room, to seeing windows covered over. Other news told of big, late-night dumps of votes, and of ballots only marked for Biden, but no lower offices down the line. And of busy ballot-marking factories.
Northern California conservative commentator Barbara Simpson told The Wanderer on November 11: “For Republicans, who are seeing vote shenanigans and cheating up close for the first time, my suggestion is to hang in there. Do as Donald Trump is doing: Stand for your rights. If it means suing in your district or state — do it. That is your right as a citizen, regardless of what the Democrats say.
“Overall, it means maintain your beliefs in conservatism and unite with other believers and fight — in this election and all the next ones and all the days and weeks in between. Such cheating is not new — and, as you can see, media have sided with the Dems and have made life difficult for the truth to get out,” Simpson said.
“It will become more difficult if Biden takes office and becomes entrenched, but surrendering is not the answer. Sticking with the truth is. Do not allow them to steal our country and legacy of freedom,” she said.
Asked what he thought conservatives can do about an election being stolen by leftists, conservative Republican political consultant Constantin Querard told The Wanderer on November 11: “For now there isn’t anything for the average Joe to do except perhaps contact his or her legislator and urge that they take proactive steps to ensure an accurate count.
“In the meantime, President Trump’s team is pursuing all of their options and they have the best legal team the GOP can assemble,” Querard said.
Fr. Gerard Lessard, OP, posted at The Christian Review website on October 29: “We have witnessed an astonishing marvel in politics. At rallies for President Trump, his supporters spontaneously and repeatedly chant, ‘We love you.’ In my 65 years of life, I have never heard such devotion for any public official, not even for President Ronald Reagan, even though he was quite loved.”
Now that they saw Trump’s work and fight to save their nation, Lessard wrote, “they cannot contain their affection for America’s great protector. Sacrificing a personal fortune in business and the leisure commonly enjoyed by men of his age, President Trump works more hours per day than most medical students, then donates his salary. Considering the ruthlessness of his opposition, his unselfish service to America is heroic.”
Journalist Jonathan Tobin, editor-in-chief of the Jewish News Syndicate, asked how Democrats would react if their candidate was far ahead on election night — by 700,000 ballots in just one state, for example — but his lead simply vanished as mail-in ballots were counted. “Their hair would be on fire,” he told Phoenix radio talk host Seth Leibsohn (KKNT, 960 AM) on November 11.
In an article posted at Newsweek on November 10, Tobin recalled that rather than graciously accept Hillary Clinton’s defeat in 2016, Democrats and their media allies began a strident four years of rejecting Trump, beginning with “a Women’s March protest — led by a group of anti-Semites and radicals — (that) overshadowed Trump’s inauguration, something that had never taken place before in American political history.”
The hosts on the Russell & Hunter talk program on Phoenix-based KFYI radio (550 AM) reminded listeners on November 11 that quite aside from Donald Trump himself, determined, telegenic Trump family members who have shown themselves so active on his behalf stand ready to carry on his Republican brand.
The same couldn’t be said for Democrat Biden’s embarrassing clan.
Even if one were to assume that mail-in votes more likely would be Democratic, Trump had shown a talent for attracting some Democrats, including blacks and Latinos. And it seemed beyond credibility that the mail-ins would be so thoroughly Democrat as to erase an established Trump lead after the polls closed of hundreds of thousands of votes in a single state.
Hotshot Atlanta attorney Lin Wood cryptically tweeted on November 11: “Time now to rest, comfortable in my belief that @realDonaldTrump won a historic landslide victory across nation on November 3. Be patient. Biden will never be president of our nation. To the contrary, Biden, along with many others, will be an inmate. Be patient. Trust Trump.”
Wood had scored notable victories against lying media, including successfully representing Covington Catholic High’s Nick Sandmann and the falsely accused “Olympic Park bomber” Richard Jewell.
Wood’s words were sweet succor to those who ardently prayed and sacrificed in order that the deep evils of a Biden-Harris administration not come to pass. Now more faith was demanded of them as Trump’s attorneys challenged the arrogant establishment.
But of course media heavy hitters wouldn’t give up their slugfest against Biden’s opponents. Reuters on November 11 reported that two “large law firms that have represented the Trump campaign in election litigation, Jones Day and Porter Wright Morris & Arthur, have faced an onslaught of online criticism this week from critics who say the cases erode confidence in the democratic process, sparked by a Monday New York Times story focused on the firms’ roles.”
It’s nothing new for attorneys to fight for political clients, but the very idea they’d want to defend Republicans who feared widespread fraud sent the so-sensitive lefties into fainting fits.
Meanwhile, Arizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, reportedly rejected a request by state Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, for an independent analysis of voting data throughout the Grand Canyon State. The very suggestion there might be fraud is to damage confidence in the system, Hobbs huffed.
My, my, is this the same Hobbs, as reported by the Washington Examiner on November 11, who previously tweeted that Trump was “on the side of the freaking Nazis” and had an agenda that had to be stopped? Yes, the same.
A few days later in 2017, the Examiner showed in a Hobbs tweet that it retrieved, the very partisan Democrat said Trump was “more interested in pandering to his neo-Nazi base than being @POTUS for all Americans.”
And who could allow a pro-Nazi president to be reelected, huh?
On November 11 Fox News’ Tucker Carlson showed an image of that day’s front page of the lying Democrat propaganda organ (my description) New York Times bannering that “Election Officials Nationwide Find No Fraud.” Then Carlson went down an actual list, not a hypothetical one, of dead people who voted in the November 3 election.
And why is it, another commentator asked, that the dead only make their mark for Democrats?
It turned out that one of these Times writers was Jim Rutenberg, who wrote indulgently back in 2016 about reporters who believed that Trump was just too dangerous to be allowed to win the White House. Because Rutenberg still has his job at the Times four years later while less liberal writers have been driven away, his cred stinks like a pound of Limburger cheese.
A few months ago, the Just the News site posted on September 3: “Fifteen years ago this very month, a bipartisan panel of American statesmen and stateswomen — from ex-President Jimmy Carter and ex-Senate leader Tom Daschle on the left to former Secretary of State James Baker and former House Minority Leader Bob Michel on the right — studied the future of U.S. elections and issued strong words of caution that the expansion of mail-in voting that began a few years earlier in Oregon posed real fraud risks, especially in close elections.”
Back then, of course, national Democrats also shared the view of most Americans that massive illegal immigration was wrong and should be curbed. But as Dems stubbornly insisted on moving ever further left, they knew the only way to win majorities was by all sorts of cheating.
And The Federalist site posted an article on November 11 that said back in 2010, The New York Times wrote that “votes cast by mail are less likely to be counted, more likely to be compromised and more likely to be contested than those cast in a voting booth, statistics show.”
The National Pulse site on November 9 reported that in 2004 Ambassador John Tefft, then the U.S. deputy assistant secretary for European and Eurasian affairs, had rejected the results of Ukraine’s 2004 election because of such factors as illegal use of absentee ballots, observers being ejected from polling stations, unnaturally high turnout numbers, and computer data being altered.

Ezekiel Emanuel

Maybe Biden, presuming himself to have beaten Trump without being the certified winner, carries within himself the seeds of his own destruction. His advisory board on COVID-19 selected no less than Ezekiel Emanuel as a member.
On November 10 radio host Glenn Beck recalled that Emanuel was the bioethicist who’d said that living for 75 years is long enough.
Newsweek recalled on November 10 that Emanuel wrote in 2014 that by 75, “creativity, originality and productivity are pretty much gone for the vast, vast majority of us.”
Writing in the liberal Atlantic six years ago, Emanuel opined, “Living too long is also a loss. It renders many of us, if not disabled, then faltering and declining, a state that may not be worse than death but is nonetheless deprived,” Newsweek said.
Emanuel isn’t 75 yet. But Biden is beyond that, and apparently a testimony, in his own case, to the truth of what Emanuel wrote.
C’mon, Joe, shuffle off the political stage now. You’re fired. A healthier fellow named Trump deserves to continue to occupy it. He’s hired.

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