December 03, 2018

Stolen Harvest

Timothy Birdnow

How to steal elections for fun and profit.

From the Daily Caller:

"As the polls closed on election day last month, six California Republican House candidates, including Representatives Dana Rohrabacher, Steve Knight, and Mimi Walters, were ahead in their respective races. However, as the absentee and provisional ballots rolled in over the intervening weeks, all six lost to their Democratic opponents."

[...]

"Passed as a barely noticed change in the state’s vote by mail procedures in 2016 and signed by then-Governor Jerry Brown, California’s AB 1921 allows voters to give any third party — not just a relative or someone living in the same household, as was previously the law — to collect and turn in anyone else’s completed ballot.

Called "ballot harvesting,” critics say the practice is ripe for fraud. Consider "Lulu,” who was recorded trying to "harvest” what she thought was a Democratic voter’s ballot in Rep. Knight’s district.

It’s a "new service,” said Lulu, for "like, people who are supporting the Democratic party.”

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that 250,000 such ballots were used in Orange County alone, resulting in a Democratic sweep there."

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"Before its passage, a group opposed to the bill wrote: "AB 1921 would allow anybody to walk into an elections office and hand over truckloads of vote by mail envelopes with ballots inside, no questions asked, no verified records kept. It amounts to an open invitation to large-scale vote buying, voter coercion, "granny farming”, and automated forgery. AB 1921 solves no problem that a simple stamp can’t solve.”"

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I have a question; why even bother having a vote at all? If you can simply deliver as many votes as you want by truck, there is no election. This isn't just fraud, it is a direct stealing of power by the Democrats in California.

Sadly, the Republicans let them get away with this.

This is the shape of things to come.

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