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  • NotYetInACamp

    Sadly ……

    • Steve S

      “All the votes counted” = no differentiation about legal or illegal. Underage or dead voter. Multiple ballots by single voter is OK? Non-Citizen voting?

      Joseph Stalin said it clear, it is who counts the votes that is important!

  • Kafiroon

    Now that is an idea that they probably already doing.
    I would Not put money on, that they are not.

  • Too Tall

    They’re gonna need a bigger warehouse.

    The good news is that the sheer incompetence of BLM, DNC, and USPS will make their attempts at voter fraud ineffective.

    The bad news is that the federal penalty for voter fraud is a maximum of one year in prison (18 USC 611), The minimum penalty needs to be at least 25 years for each fraudulent ballot.

    • Bill G

      They seem to be willing to accept mass confusion, if they cannot achieve a clear (though fraudulent) win. At the very least, they’ll have another four years of claiming an illegitimate Presidency.

      • Faith Clendenen

        They were going to do that regardless of the facts. They have for the last 4 years, why would the next 4 be any different?

    • GWB

      I’m ok with a penalty of “the term for which the person elected would serve.”

      For each race on the ballot.

      For each ballot.

    • rickn8or

      Election fraud needs to be a hanging offense.

    • CaptDMO

      In NH…..barred from voting, for life, in the State

  • Pamela

    All for the want of a slow burning well placed cigar

    • Mike-SMO

      This is all unrealistic.

      I “rescued” a USPS package delivered to the wrong residence number on the wrong street. They must have hired someone special to get all those ballots in one place. Street cleaners?

      • Bill G

        Ballot harvesters. They’re paid professionals.

    • steveb919

      Pamela you are so rite it hurts.

  • cz93x62

    Pamela–

    Road flares do far better work of the sort you allude to. Just sayin’.

    • Pamela

      A carelessly left smoke will disappear with the paper.
      What you mention will leave some bits behind.

      • Toxic Deplorable Racist SAH B Woodman

        Leave some bits behind? And? So?

      • Sam

        A cigar would leave behind ashes, at least. And cigarettes cannot be sold in the US unless they are “self extinguishing”, since the early 2000s. I’m sure that applies to cigars as well, and I think they tend to go out naturally if they aren’t puffed on frequently. You used to be able to use a cigarette as an improvised fuse, with roughly a 10 minute burning time (IIRC, from the US Army Improvised Munitions Handbook), but that is sadly no longer the case. They will go out if you put them down for more than 20 0r 30 seconds. I remember when the law passed, because it changed the taste of my brand of cigarettes noticeable, and was very annoying to people who liked to be able to set their smoke down and pick it up again every few minutes.
        Of course if you successfully start a fire the cigar would be consumed, but I’m not sure I’d trust in the cigar to burn long enough to start the fire. If you’re going to do that anyway, why not just take out a lighter and ball some paper up and light the thing and leave?

  • Halley

    I’m not a historian, but the first mention of possible Democrat election fraud I recall was 1960 and Daley fixing Chicago for Kennedy…? though assassinating Lincoln was also a way for Democrats to gain an unfair advantage. We know they’re always up to no good, but somehow – somehow?? – they just never manage to get caught at it. Imagine what happens this time, if they do.

    • GWB

      Tammany Hall? Much further back than Daley.

    • Punta Gorda

      ” Imagine what happens this time, if they do.”

      Not a damned thing.

      ‘Same as it ever was’

  • My Way Or --->

    Boss Tweed would be SO proud.

  • WayneM

    The part I can’t understand is how the Dems are getting away with changing the rules mid-election? So messy…

    Perhaps The Donald needs to issue an executive order saying any ballot received after election day is invalidated to maximize the impact of the corporate inefficiency?

  • JTC

    They had a contest for the mid-terms in south fla around Lauderdale, sponsored and promoted by elections officials, the more ballots harvested the bigger the prize, no shit. That came within a gnat’s ass hair of giving the historically red state a black druggie trans socialist governor, a second gen leftist as senator, and a packed court hand picked by the socialist. Talk about dodging the big one, barely.

    You can bet they learned their lesson that they need to find, shake out, and create a lot more “voters“ to manipulate and failing that a lot more votes to create to get the job done this time for prez.

    Sadly, crushingly, maybe irretrievably they are likely to be successful this time, and they say this is the swing state of the swing states, that as goes fla so goes the election. That is why we are so saturated with the BS ads and why Bloomie has pledged 100 million of his ill-gotten dollars to steal the state, including his self-admitted buying of thousands of felons votes by paying their fines etc. for which he is being investigated so quietly I bet you didn’t even hear of it.

    Tough road y’all…every time we build a bridge or maneuver around their blockades they create another one out of thin air and with full support of the mediots…Maybe Jan can get their fraud so over the top and so out in the open that their house of lies collapses…

    Or maybe since there is no scrutiny no matter what they do, she could actually help them win. Then, I just don’t know what comes next.

    • CaptDMO

      Because SOME folks in NY, NJ, Ill, CA, are VASTLY more intelligent than “elsewhere”.

    • Fox2!

      A selfie could be used as evidence in a vote buying arrangement that the voter had, indeed, cast his ballot as paid for, before the pay-off. Much more of a problem in blue states. Same reason there’s no printed receipt to show how the machine read the ballot.

  • Halley

    At this point there’s nothing to be gained by trying to engage the (D)eranged. But we can do what we can to make sure they feel the lash of shame when they place their unforgivably bad-faith vote for Harris/Biden.

    • JTC

      But Jan says the harvesters have no shame. The “candidates” themselves certainly have none either, and the media machine including the openly partisan electronic ones? Activities that we find shameful they consider any an honor to help attain the ends.

      As for the sheep, I honestly believe that they honestly believe, that their vote for those pods will lead to bigger and better things. And it will lead to bigger things, and that, eventually, will lead back to better…but I do fear it will be a hard and maybe bloody process.

    • JTC

      Well there are things he can do to interrupt the RE-supply but the shelves in stores and online are pretty bare already, not to mention prices Spare roughly doubled across the board beginning with the ChiCom attack, picking up steam with the riots, and going full-blown insane with the increasing likelihood that that pod we saw on teevee the other night will take the potus seat…at least until they choose and seat his replacement (choosing part already done I think).

      Happened before of course, most recently and most urgently in the runup to ‘16, but that wonderful surprise outcome resulted in the Trump Slump for the gun biz…all that extra inventory and manufacturing capacity meant that prices were at historical lows and availability at historical highs for the three years past. Not any more. And they haven’t done that this time, hence the shortages.

      But the bright spot is that every chance they got people took advantage of those fire sale prices to add another 1000 of 223 packaged with 10 p-mags by PSA for $349 landed, or an extra last-gen G19 at $499 and a case of 9 for that etc. That boom added to the ones in ‘08 and ‘12 means that more firearms were put into American hands in the last decade than the sum total of all guns sales before that, as measured by estimates and the imperfect gauge of NICS checks. So, everybody out there is well-supplied not just with shooty stuff but also a decent pile of silver and some gold to replace the worthless fiat currency of the Biden regime, and a good store of edibles, water, etc. to enact your bug-out or hunker down plans when/if the zombies come out of the city after you.

      So everybody here is good, right? Right?

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