Democrats Unveil Their Voter Fraud Plans
Joe Biden's party fully expects to win — just maybe not on election night.
Come mid-November, don’t say we didn’t warn you. Democrats are confident that they’ll find the votes necessary to win this year’s presidential election — it’s just that they aren’t planning to find them on Election Day.
As Tim Pearce reports, “A Democratic analytics firm is warning that the results of the presidential election may swing wildly days after election night as an unprecedented number of mail-in and absentee ballots are counted.”
And where might that “unprecedented number of mail-in and absentee ballots” be found? We’d guess in the Democrat strongholds of Philadelphia, Detroit, and Milwaukee, which just happen to be the notoriously corrupt urban centers in the three “Blue Wall” states Donald Trump flipped in 2016. If Democrats want to drag Joe Biden across the finish line on November 3, they know that returning these three states to the Democrat column is essential. (Florida’s voter-rich Miami-Dade and Broward Counties are two other areas to watch for electoral malfeasance.)
Pearce continues, quoting Hawkfish CEO Josh Mendelsohn, who explained his firm’s projections in terms of a “red mirage” on election night “showing an overwhelming victory for President Trump before Democratic nominee Joe Biden wins the election days later.”
“The reason we talk about a red mirage,” says Mendelsohn, “is in fact because we believe that on election night, we’re going to see Donald Trump in a stronger position than the reality actually is. We are sounding an alarm and saying that this is a very real possibility, that the data is going to show on election night an incredible victory for Donald Trump.”
This prediction shouldn’t surprise anyone, though. After all, it’s what Democrats do: They lose elections, then conjure up just enough votes in tightly contested races to overturn the unfavorable outcomes. (Ask former Minnesota Republican Senator Norm Coleman about his disastrous “Felons for Franken” experience in 2008.)
What’s surprising, though, is that the Democrats don’t usually don’t tip their fraudulent hand this far in advance. In fact, disgraced former MSNBC talkinghead and Philly native Chris Matthews used to brag about his hometown’s uncanny knack for finding just enough ballots at the last second to put Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes into the Democrat column. “How many do you need?” he’d laugh.
Hilarious, right? And as this New York Times chart gleefully points out, ballots will be mailed directly to 44 million voters in nine states plus Washington, DC, while absentee voting will be allowed for 118 million voters in 34 other states. That’s a lot of ballots that won’t be cast in the tried-and-true voting booth. (To give that combined number some perspective, it’s 24 million more votes than were cast in all of the 2016 presidential election.) Suffice it to say: Trump-deranged Democrats will have opportunities for electoral fraud like never before.
Mendelsohn goes on to warn of an election-night scenario in which Trump declares victory only to have it snatched away in the following days. And Mendelsohn poisons the well by preemptively branding Trump as a sore loser: “Any change from that result on election night, [Trump] is signaling they will say means fraud.”
“You’re then setting up the American presidency for even more failure,” Mendelsohn continues. “Even if you ultimately get to the end result, which is that Joe Biden would be president of the United States … you would find yourself in this deeply polarized situation where a real portion of the American electorate feels that injustice was done.”
On this score, Mendelsohn is exactly right. But Democrats will have no one to blame but themselves. After all, they’re the ones who are rigging the game.