There’s plenty of evidence of rigged elections and vote fraud in Democratic Party primary elections. Why is it so hard for the media to acknowledge that the same thing goes on in general elections?
These days if a Republican complains about vote fraud and rigged elections, the media thumbs its collective nose and the Department of Justice hands down indictments … against the Republican.
To avoid getting into trouble, in this post I’ll highlight election rigging and voter fraud in cases where both candidates are members of a protected group–Democrats.
Evidence abounds that Democrats are rigging and committing voter fraud in their own elections.
This is true of national elections. Just look at the ever-shifting rules of the Democratic party’s presidential nominating process.
Since 1972 The first two contests of the presidential primary season have been the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. For the Dems, no more.
To protect an unpopular Joe Biden, who was shellacked in both states in 2020, the Democrats have suddenly changed their primary schedule to the benefit of … Joe Biden.
Coincidence? Hardly. As Robert F. Kennedy (who is both a Democrat and a Kennedy, two protected classes) is clear on that. He outlines how the party has rigged the election in a WSJ piece titled The Democratic Party Rigs the Primaries.
Or consider the use of superdelegates. In 2016, the Democratic Party’s superdelegates arguably kept Bernie Sanders from having a shot at the nomination. Sanders himself claimed that the election was rigged.
The rules changed in 2020. Now the superdelegates are back for 2024.
When rules change with every election that pretty strong evidence that they are being rigged to someone’s benefit.
There’s also plenty of evidence of voter fraud in Democrat v. Democrat contests. Yet the media would have us believe that there’s absolutely no funny business going on in Democrat v. Republican contests.
One such case involves the Democratic Party primary in the mayor’s race in Bridgeport, CT. The loser in the race has produced video evidence of an operative of his opponent stuffing the ballot box with illegal absentee ballots.
There’s also evidence that the incumbent’s operatives strong armed and intimidated voters and of felons voting in the election.
The corporate media would have us believe that some geniuses in Bridgeport just thought up the idea of stuffing the ballot box with “absentee” votes or invented the idea of strong-arming voters.
A more reasonable explanation is that this is learned behavior. Behavior learned from other Democratic Party operatives and corrupt election officials.
The USA Today’s “fact check” claims that there’s no evidence of fraud in mail-in balloting. So, what are you going to believe—the USA Today or what you see in the video from Bridgeport?
In another case in Mississippi, the losing candidate in a Hinds County, MS supervisor’s election claims that operatives for his opponent tampered with voting machines to ensure his loss.
To their credit the local media—Jackson lies in Hinds county–has covered this story. I was unable to find any mention of it in the left-leaning corporate media.
This brings us full circle to our original question.
If there’s ample evidence of election rigging and voter fraud in Democratic Party primary elections, there’s no reason to believe that the same operatives and election officials are not doing the exact same thing in the general election as well.