Election fraud has happened, but this fight is over


There is ample evidence that the game has been rigged and the courts have clearly failed us. But nothing good can come of persistent opposition.

The Republican Party disagrees on whether to challenge the electoral college on January 6th. Illinois MP Adam Kinzinger, who strongly opposes the maneuver, claims there could be well over 100 House members willing to override certain state voters. Last week, Missouri Senator Josh Hawley gave the challenge by announcing his intention to call for a debate on the matter.

I don’t care what the gas lights say on CNN or MSNBC or the rest of the media. Indeed, there was a lot of electoral fraud during these presidential elections. President Trump and his supporters have every right to pursue justice and expose the extent of the election harassment.

But proposals like General Michael Flynn’s to implement martial law to force a revote are insane. Likewise, any attempt by members of the Republican Senate and House of Representatives to invalidate a state’s presidential vote on January 6th official electoral college certification is well out of bounds.

Ironically, I am more on the side of die-hard Republicans who refuse to shut up and move on than I am with the spineless GOP establishment, which is taking up the issues raised by the media institute that the fraud claims have been exposed.

It is a mystery to me how to say that there is no evidence of electoral fraud when we see with our own eyes a video in which Democratic election workers remove pallets of votes hidden under a curtained table and begin, counting them after they were cleared due to the announcement of the polling station, the room was closed.

To date, law enforcement agencies have not properly explained this sequence of events. The media took the word of the democratic agent in charge that they never told people to leave, despite numerous people who swore to do so in affidavits heard an announcement and media and GOP monitors departed. Imagine if Woodward and Bernstein stopped their investigation when they heard from Nixon agents that the Watergate break-in had nothing to see.

Likewise, there is insufficient explanation as to why tens of thousands of completed ballot papers were mailed to Pennsylvania by the Bethpage, New York Post Office on the night of the election.

One of the underreported stories of the year was the compelling testimony from Trump administration attorney Jesse Binnall, who claims his team uncovered 130,000 electoral irregularities in Nevada. Joe Biden’s profit margin was approximately 34,000 votes. The state analysis found that 1,500 dead voted, as did 4,000 non-citizens.

After cross-referencing the names of those who voted for voter registration, automobiles and address change forms in databases, Binnall calculates that 42,000 people voted twice. While this would ordinarily not be possible, the action of the Nevada government, which sent a large number of positive ballot papers, dramatically increased the potential for this event despite not being requested by voters.

In other cases, it was not very difficult for potential fraudsters to simply circulate these additional ballots as the signature verification was so watered down in the hope that the people on whose behalf they were sent would not appear at the ballot box would.

Many people who moved out of the state received their ballot papers in the mail at their new residence, while they also received one from Nevada due to the inadequate deletion of voter lists.

Was there a double count? It would be nice to know, but according to Trump attorneys, the courts have denied them the opportunity to conduct forensic investigations. For many of these voting challenges, the courts often relied on unfavorable status or general statements that no widespread fraud was found in their decisions. However, according to the petitioners, they did not allow the time or forensic means to verify the accuracy of the fraud allegations on a case-by-case basis. You cannot prove fraud if you are denied the opportunity to provide your evidence.

This was massive cowardice of the judiciary. The most egregious example was the Supreme Court’s unfathomable position in its premature refusal to hear the challenge of the unconstitutional amendment to its electoral law in Pennsylvania. The constitution clearly states that electoral law is elaborated exclusively within the framework of state legislation. This means that a governor or a foreign minister cannot unilaterally override the actions of the legislature. Pennsylvania lawmakers rejected attempts by the governor to relax inbox security and deadlines. The governor was unsatisfied and asked a court to make amendments to the law, which he was happy to approve, given his 5-2 Democratic majority. It was an action that clearly violated the Black Letter Act and the Constitution. But the Supreme Court left it.

Despite the fact that the courts failed us on this case, we have to accept their decisions. Many Democrats were furious at the Supreme Court in 2000 when they stopped the Florida election recount, confirming George Bush as the winner. But the decision, no matter how controversial, was ultimately accepted by the American public.

As furious as I am that the courts are unwilling to do their job and fight illegals, we must both agree that they are the final arbiters. Members of Congress should not have individual states’ votes in the electoral college because they are frustrated with the appalling decisions of the judiciary. Such extreme measures would add further turmoil to our future elections.

Steve Levy is President of Common Sense Strategies, a policy advisory firm. He served as the Suffolk County Executive, NYS MP, and host of the Steve Levy Radio Show. He is the author of “Solutions to America’s Problems” and “Bias in the Media”. www.SteveLevy.info, Twitter @SteveLevyNY, [email protected].

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