In my community, people still believe that each person’s individual vote is a sacred right.
When I go to vote, in person, I’m asked to present my photo ID. My name and address is then checked against our voter rolls.
I’m issued a voter number and a ballot.
I fill out my ballot and present it to an election official there and they then scan it through the voting machine.
At this point I hope my vote is registered properly, and not as .75 of a vote, or switched entirely.
I doubt my vote here has been manipulated, as I live in a small community, not really worth messing with, although my vote has already, basically, been discounted by those (the democrats) who would undermine our election.
And there are thousands of communities just like mine across our country.
In other places, we see mail-in ballots arriving days after the election, being back dated, and then being counted.
We see many of these mail-in ballots having no identification on them at all, as to who cast this vote.
We see mismatched signatures and imaginary birth dates.
We have votes being cast by dead people, people who aren’t even legal citizens, and by people who don’t live in the area they are voting.
We see “election officials” “correcting” or “fixing” ballots as they see fit, and scanning selected ballots over and over again.
Election monitors being blocked from being able to effectively monitor the vote, or election monitors being deceived to allow unmonitored ballot processing.
And we see people voting by mail-in ballot and then again voting again in person.
The list of fraudulent voting activity witnessed during this last election, by people submitting signed affidavits, seems to go on and on.
It’s a question of basic election integrity.
This is why people like me, and there are millions of us, feel that we have been robbed, not of our vote, but of the meaningfulness and actual value of our vote.
The Supreme Court really needed to consider and hear the Texas lawsuit, which charged the states allowing all of this election fraud to occur, and yes, causing damages to the rest of us.
These states, without question, “damaged” our entire election process and the value of each of our votes.
I’m sure if this Supreme Court would have been presented with the case of slavery, or slave owner rights, they would have declined to hear it as well.
I know exactly what happened with our Supreme Court regarding the Texas lawsuit; they ruled based on the technicality of “the laws,” although they never really questioned “the law…,” the states’ adherence to their own laws and The Constitution…, and they failed to do what was right.
This was a failure, and a level of corruption, that our country may never recover from.
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