TAKING IT TO THE STREETS: LATINOS AGAINST VOTE FRAUD
The First Tuesday after the first Monday in November arrived to Americans on time. And with it, endless coverage of the process of selection of candidates. Election Day in all its glory; but no result. Ten days on, we have no bananas.
Last week, before any definitive count at the polls and weeks before the Electoral College meets to determine the winner, certain news outlets anointed Joe Biden. In liberal towns people came out to party. In other places people wondered if CNN was insane.
Much has emerged about voter fraud in so many counties that some are calling for the whole election to be done over. Machines that switch votes, lost ballots, and a company that was created by people claiming to be able to steal elections.
In contrast, the much smaller nation of Bolivia had its election without a hitch. Luis Arce, the former finance minister, was elected and later that week he was in office. In that part of the world they use a very advanced system that incorporates a cellulose based ballot. A piece of paper.
No machines that can be programmed by criminals to steal the vote. Bolivia was smart, and I encourage all nations to follow its example.
Thus the nasty vote fraud that went on ten days ago would have been avoided. The fraud is so nasty that major news outlets on the left fail to report the stories. For the sake of brevity here, let me refer the reader to a site – www.everylegalvote.com – rather than attempt to go into excruciating detail.