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Stealing the election

A few years ago, a Democrat operative walked into the print shop where my wife worked and asked her to make him a post office cancellation stamp. When she told him they didn’t make that type of movable letter stamp, he requested a stamp with a single fixed date just before the election. She figured that was odd and reported the matter to the area postal inspector who told the man it was illegal to possess such a stamp. The man therefore had to go to a print shop in Mexico to get one made. At that time two factions in Progreso were fighting and the election campaigns were getting ugly. Why is this print shop encounter important? Because the USPS is not a closed system. There is a slot near the post office boxes for return of misdirected mail. If someone has a cancellation stamp, he can stamp fraudulently produced ballots after election day has come and gone and slip them into the misdirected slot to be counted in the election. Those cancellation stamps can be ordered in bulk from China or produced here in the U.S. by anyone who owns a print shop. Computer programs may also do a fair job of imitating them. If a local Democrat operative from Progreso saw an opportunity to cheat in an election with such a stamp, I’m quite certain that national level operatives are already working on such a scheme. A recent Zogby poll concludes that 52% of voters be A recent Zogby poll concludes that 52% of voters believe President Trump is doing a good job. That figure includes 36% of blacks, 37% of Hispanics, and 35% of Asians. If those figures are correct, then the president will likely be easily re-elected if all votes are counted, forged ballots are excluded, and voters are limited to one vote each. Sadly, those may well be very big “ifs.” All mailed ballots must be postmarked no later than November 3 rd to be counted. Those without a postmark will not be counted, although they will likely end up in the courts (with Democrats insisting that they be counted in the interest of fairness). Based on the vote totals, states must select their electors by December 8 th . Those electors must then cast their ballots for president on December 14 th . If there was no agreement on a state’s electors by December 8 th ...

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