Crazy Like a Fox: Trump's Words Could Prevent Election Fraud
Despite the commonly held notion that voter fraud is a myth, nearly 100 countries have had voter fraud influence a major election – since 2010! While some of the nations in question are repeat (possibly even expected) offenders of fraud and suppression, Canada’s Robo-call scandal and Turkey’s 2015 election prove even NATO countries are subject to the same democracy crippling forms of oppression found in places like Iraq or Uganda.
Donald Trump recently voiced his concern over possible voter fraud in America: “Voter fraud is all too common, and then they criticize us for saying that, but take a look at Philadelphia, what’s been going on, take a look at Chicago, take a look at St. Louis. Take a look at some of these cities, where you see things happening that are horrendous.”
Consequently, based on these recent Trump concerns, the presidential nominee has been accused of “threatening the peaceful transitions of government” and of being racist. While the Democratic establishment publicly refutes the concept of American exceptionalism,when there is a scandal, like clockwork, the idea of fraud or corruption occurring in America is as preposterous as claims of witch craft.
Now, we have established that our North American neighbor has experienced voter fraud (the courts in Canada were not considered racist for discussing this topic, either). All that is left in deciding if Donald Trump was justified with his calls to closely monitor the American election is determining if either party has shown a desire to unfairly affect the election.
As proven in the DNC’s leaked emails, Debbie Wasserman Shultz and the rest of the establishment Democrats coordinated to eliminate any chance Bernie Sanders had to win the nomination. According to the leaked emails, bringing up the Jewish upbringing of Senator Sanders was one strategy.
As revealed by the latest Podesta leak, Charles Baker, one of Clinton’s top advisors, offered up the following suggestion regarding debates:
1) limit the number of debates (and the number in each state)
2) start the debates as late as possible
3) keep debates out of the busy window between February 1 and February 27, 2016 (Iowa to South Carolina)
4) create a schedule that would allow the later debates to be cancelled if the race is for practical purposes over
If the key element of Democracy is an informed electorate, are there any words damning enough to describe an America party that’s strategy is to avoid speaking directly to the American people? To shy away from public, all while a biased media does the heavy lifting, is an unparalleled form of political debauchery.
Another leaked email comes from Donna Brazil, the DNC’s Chairwoman, who obtained a debate question which she proceeded to share with Clinton prior to the event: an act that directly goes against the rules of the debate. The Chairwoman has refused to state where she obtained the CNN question, but Brazil did call questioning her actions a form of “persecution.” Are you starting to see a pattern?
The Democrats have even taken to attacking Republicans at speaking events. As reported by The Daily Caller, the activist who reportedly bragged about disrupting several Donald Trump rallies was on Hillary Clinton’s payroll. The agitator – Zulema Rodriguez – takes credit for the violent protests in Chicago that convinced Donald Trump to cancel a rally in March. Her confession appears in a Project Veritas video that was released this Monday.
To sum up, every country on our continent has experienced voter fraud, and one of our political parties has been proven to have lied and cheated to win the Democratic primaries. Despite the best attempts by CNN and MSNBC, there is nothing illogical about thinking election fraud is very possible in today’s America.
Editor’s Note: We don’t know if this was intentional or just instinct on Trump’s part, but just the simple calling out of possible election fraud puts the Clinton campaign on the defensive and makes it much less likely that fraud will occur. Its tougher to cheat when the voting organizations are vigilant.
An article we will publish in a few days about fraud in the NBC/WSJ polls indicates the race to be much closer than it might appear. This is indeed important, since, as we saw in Florida in the 2000 election, a small number of votes can change an election.