Democrats in Pennsylvania are aghast at the appearance that voting machines in that state were flipping votes, prompting a shutdown of yesterday’s election. We tried to tell you that it was happening in 2020, but ABC told us that we were wrong, PBS fact-checked the claim, and so did the AP. In fact, the entire MSM leftist propaganda machine said those claims were unproven and wrong.

We have the most secure elections, ever. EVER. If you think that 2024 isn’t going to be just as rigged and phony, I have a snow skiing lodge in the beautiful mountains of Florida near Mount Dora to sell you.

Categories: Rigging the vote


Grumpy51 · November 8, 2023 at 7:57 am

It’s not who votes that counts….. but rather who counts the votes – paraphrasing Uncle Joe

IRQ and AFG, in wartime, had more “secure” voting than the US has had in decades. Suggestions – 1) Same-day voting only, for 24 hrs, (anywhere in US for federal, anywhere in your state for state, and anywhere in your city for city), 2) indelible ink to the finger, 3) only citizens vote, 4) must show ID to vote, 4) voter fraud results in loss of voting rights….forever, 5) assisting someone to commit fraud results in death of the “assister”…….. toying with anyone on public assistance or working for the government ineligible to vote

    Divemedic · November 8, 2023 at 8:13 am

    Voting on a Federal election anywhere in the nation can never work, because we don’t elect on a nationwide basis. The only nationwide election is the one for President, which is done on a state basis via the Electoral college. To allow nationwide voting in that would do nothing but permit people in California to vote in Iowa and decide Iowa’s electoral votes.
    Furthermore, there is nothing in the Constitution that says a state can’t simply flip a coin to decide where their electoral votes go. There is not a requirement for an election. Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 says:

    Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress: but no Senator or Representative, or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector.

    The legislature could direct that the electors be chosen by pulling names from a hat, and that would be constitutional. Each legislature has specified how their electors will be chosen, and there were special rules carried out in 2020 that is the basis for the claim that the election was rigged. There were no rules for drop boxes, voting collection, or any of that. The legislature didn’t authorize that, but they were done anyway, making that vote illegitimate.

      Chris · November 8, 2023 at 8:37 am

      I see the Repubelickins had Sweeping Landslide Victories last night.

      Vote Harder

        Jonesy · November 8, 2023 at 2:21 pm

        Yeah vote harder….

        Republicans sure have this election thing by the balls, right?

        Amid all the polls that say Trump is going to win in a landslide, don’t believe any of it. Right now, a bunch of scared democrats are gearing up getting their shit together, to take the 2024 election at all costs. What are Republicans doing? Complaining about Trump, and wishing for someone else to save the day. If they keep this up, rhe country is lost

          Divemedic · November 8, 2023 at 3:03 pm

          It already is. The USA has already had it’s last free and fair election. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t vote, if for no other reason than making the level of cheating even more obvious. We want it to be obvious to everyone, even if some won’t admit it, they will know.

Plague Monk · November 8, 2023 at 9:43 am

I just loooove all of these bloggers and websites saying that if we just vote harder, and(especially) donate/subscribe to them, it will make a difference. I’m thinking mainly of what i call Bedwetters Media, or Townhell Media, but there are a lot of others that I see during my daily slog through the fever swamps of the internet.

That’s without mentioning the execrable ads that too many of these sites(and a lot of others) feature. Isn’t-A-Pundit and A$$ of Spades are almost unreadable these days.

The last election I voted in was the 2020 one, and after that I’ve given up on elections entirely. My wife has largely done so, although she voted in the Cincinnati election because she wanted to vote against the pro-abortion amendment(my view is completely the opposite, so as a favor to her I stayed home and worked on some Skaven figures). There is no way in heck that I will even consider voting in 2024, and my wife will probably not vote either.

Anonymous · November 9, 2023 at 9:36 am

“Well, surprise, surprise, surprise!”
– Gomer Pyle

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