If the election in 2024 was going to be rigged, remember that in the 2020 election, 353 counties in 29 states had more registered voters than they did residents. Now we know that in 2023, registered voters in Washington, DC are 131% of the population. There is no reason to think that this phenomenon is restricted to DC.

So now ask yourself if it matters whether you vote for Trump or DeSantis.

Voting is no longer a viable option for avoiding the train wreck that is coming.

Categories: Rigging the vote


Noway2 · January 21, 2024 at 10:57 am

The only thing voting is good for is to allow those who feel the (moral) need to believe they did everything in their power to prevent it when the shooting starts.

    Divemedic · January 21, 2024 at 12:56 pm

    I fully intend to vote whenever the opportunity presents. I do this because it takes little effort to do so, and I just *might* be wrong, and perhaps the system *isn’t* broken.

SoCoRuss · January 21, 2024 at 12:56 pm

The cold hard truth. Doesn’t matter who you vote for or even if you vote. What matters is who counts the votes.

Nolan Parker · January 21, 2024 at 1:09 pm

The only reason I can think of to go vote is so we can know who won,in our own hearts and minds. If push comes to shove,or possibly more energetic than that, I think that would make it easier for me.
Ohh,Hell yeah it’s “Broken”.. I’ll bet that the Democrats in the shithole cities where they have been watching their lives go downhill for forty years have been Quietly voting for sanity for years. They can’t tell anyone. The ” cancelling ” could be deadly. Everyone in their orbit says the same thing. Support the people who are promising and not delivering, go against them and you’re out of work, and maybe a lot worse. But the machines deliver the Expected results.

Why are they Expected to win? Because of the positive changes they have brought into the lives of their constituents? Crap

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