I warned last Monday that yesterday's California gubernatorial recall election would probably not be free or fair. Considering the lopsided result in Governor Newsom's favor in the light of opinion polls across the political spectrum over recent months that showed him in deep disfavor, I'd say my forecast was spot on. Nobody in his right mind can believe that so dramatic a "swing" in voter sentiment was real.
There were those who thought I was nuts to expect electoral fraud on that scale, as comments to that previous article showed. There are a lot of people out there who seem to believe that last November's election was free and fair as well. I'll let American Thinker answer them.
If you or someone you know is still totally satisfied with the result of the 2020 presidential election (and may in fact believe it to have been the "most secure in American history"), it may finally be time to ask — and answer honestly — three "What if" questions:1. WHAT IF on Election Night 2020 you went to bed at 11 P.M. and Joe Biden was comfortably ahead of Donald Trump in the polls across the country? And you knew that when you woke up the next morning that Joe Biden would be the president-elect, to be sworn into office on January 20, 2021. But what would you have thought when you turned on the TV the very next morning and learned that ballot-counting in six swing states had stopped completely?
Would you have found that odd? And would you have expected the media to also find that odd?2. And WHAT IF over the next three days, the counting of ballots resumed, and every hour, more votes kept streaming in from who-knows-where in each of those swing states? And an unprecedented percentage of those votes were for Donald Trump?
Would you have found that odd? And would you have expected the media to also find that odd?3. And then, WHAT IF, once the New York Times declared Donald Trump the victor over Joe Biden, you questioned the results because you found the whole event downright odd?
Would you have expected the media to call you a "conspiracy theorist" and claim that there was "no evidence of fraud" and that you should shut up and go away because Donald Trump won the election fair and square?
Before we move on to believe in fair and honest elections in states across the nation, maybe it's high time everyone in America honestly answered the questions posed with these three "What If" scenarios.
I couldn't agree more. The evidence of electoral fraud in last November's elections is overwhelming. I covered it in detail at the time, including (but not limited to) these articles:
Sadly, the powers that be ensured (using procedural and other means) that allegations of electoral fraud were never adequately tested in court. The result is that the fraud succeeded, and we now have an illegitimate, fraudulent Administration in office.
On the balance of probabilities, and the way in which the Democrat-controlled legislature in California changed the rules and regulations governing such elections as soon as it looked likely to occur, and voters finding out that "they'd already voted" when in fact they hadn't, and the "ballot harvesting" that's entirely legal in California (although regarded as a dangerous avenue for electoral fraud in almost the entire rest of the world) . . . yeah. I don't believe the announced results of yesterday's election in California for a skinny minute. American Thinker feels likewise: "California: A legit recall result, yes, but plenty of evidence of fraud".
Those of you who think that our vote in November 2022, or 2024, or whenever, will be fully free and fair, are living in cloud cuckoo land. The fraudulent masters of our body politic are going to make sure, by hook or (mostly) by crook, that they remain in power. Getting them out of power, and restoring free and fair elections, is going to take a lot more than just the ballot box.