Seen on social media – vote fraud

If these are what they seem to be . . .

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8 Responses to Seen on social media – vote fraud

  1. Pa Hermit says:

    Banana Joe’s Regime! Brought to you by The Lefty Curveballers!

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  2. stella says:

    Who can deliver a ballot for another voter:

    Pretty much, any close family member or someone who otherwise lives with you.

    Any disabled elector may have it delivered by their caregiver, and if a voter is in jail may have it delivered by an employee of the jail.

    If someone does not meet those criteria, and they try to submit a mail a ballot on behalf of someone, they’re in violation of Georgia law and subject to punishment.

    ADD: This is according to Georgia law.

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  3. stella says:


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  4. jeans2nd says:

    Michelle Malkin has outlined that ballot stuffing is so passe’ due to “paper shortages.” They’ve partially admitted defeat for paper ballots and latched onto “paper shortages,” as no one has yet been successful at proving the computer manipulation which is absolutely real.

    Put this up next door in one of my comments from today. Unfortunately Mike Lindell is pushing the voting machine fraud and even I no longer believe/trust him, and no one is listening to Michelle Malkin or me. But watch for it. It’s coming. Plus climate change doncha know.

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  5. fgsjr2015 says:

    Besides the Black Lives Matter and George Floyd protests, I seriously doubt that Greta Thunberg’s pre-pandemic formidable climate change movement, for example, would’ve been able to regularly form on such a congruently colossal scale if not in large part for the widely accessible posting and messaging systems of Facebook.

    Nevertheless, like a lot of social-media users, I’ve grown weary of its physical (and often identity) disconnect through which the ugliest of comments can be and too often are made without consequence for the aggressor. Of course, there’s also mental health to consider, especially with child, teen and young adult users.

    While I don’t know his opinion of social media, in an interview with the online National Observer (posted Feb.12, 2019) Noam Chomsky noted that while the mainstream news-media does publish stories about man-made global warming, “It’s as if … there’s a kind of a tunnel vision — the science reporters are occasionally saying ‘look, this is a catastrophe,’ but then the regular [non-environmental pro-fossil fuel] coverage simply disregards it.”

    Post Script: Still, I’ve found that, contrary to prominent conservative proclamations, it silences progressive voices as much as, if not more than, conservative opinions.


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