On November 3rd we the people of the United States of America voted. It is now November 5th and we the people still have no answers. To compound matters it looks like all kinds of electoral chicanery is afoot in key battleground states. Will Trump win by slim margins?
Or, will Biden take home the presidency? One thing’s for sure, the country stands on the brink of civil unrest either way.
It’s 2020 and the country has just gone through an impeachment ordeal with Trump, the COVID-19 lockdown, the subsequent economic fallout from the lockdown, the long lasting BLM riots and now the election stands on a razor’s edge too close for either party’s comfort.
It is likely that the contest itself will be so indecisive that Trump’s court battle initiatives — if successful — could hand him four more years in the white house. If this happens, the Democrats will likely cry foul and are poised to burn down cities — not a stretch considering how this year has gone.
Conversely, if Biden wins with mishandled electoral oversight in states like Nevada and Pennsylvania — conservatives will rightly lose faith in the security and integrity of our election mechanisms. Either scenario is obviously bad.
Currently there are around 68,877,000 people nation wide that we know about for sure who have cast their ballot’s for Donald Trump. With reports of Trump positive mail in ballots being set on fire and discarded in alley ways, there are questions about the accuracy of that number. Especially when documented cases of voter fraud have taken place over the years.
It does in fact happen as outlined in this sampling of election fraud cases produced by the Heritage Foundation. While the document outlines 1,071 cases of voter fraud — there are many more.
Naturally, it’s reasonable to assume that there are also many more instances which go undetected resulting in successful criminal activity. It can’t simply be assumed that voter fraud doesn’t happen when documented cases exist. It is however, accurate to state that wide spread voter fraud has not yet been discovered.
Although voter fraud has not been confirmed to be widespread, there are 1,071 confirmed reasons to suspect that a ballot counter who loathes the president could smuggle Trump votes out of a precinct, or bring in fake votes for Biden. As Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza stated, “Indeed, you won the elections, but I won the count.” Civil unrest is possible.