Monday, December 31, 2018

Ballot-harvesting, not just for California anymore...

Ballot-harvesting, not just for California anymore...
See the source image"...But are Americans aware of the potential for California vote-rigging to come to their states, making them so blue that no conservative will ever be able to win an election?
A California political operative, Edward Ring, writing in American Greatness, lays out the coming spectacle:
Come to California to see what's going to roll out across America in time to guarantee a progressive landslide in 2020.  
It may be perfectly legal.  
But it's so rigged it would make Boss Tweed blush. 
...The way they did this was to pass laws designed to rig the system.
Three laws in particular combined to stack the deck against Republicans.  

  • First came the Motor Voter law.  This meant that as soon as any California resident acquired or renewed his driver's license or state ID, he would be registered to vote automatically.  
  • Second, the state legislature authorized counties automatically to send absentee ballots to voters, even if they had not requested those ballots.  
  • Third, the rules governing ballot custody were changed so that anyone could turn in absentee ballots, not just the actual voter.

..Democrats... want what California has and are likely to pass the three laws California did to seal their permanent power entrenchment: Motor Voter laws that register voters whether they like it or not, absentee ballots mailed to voters whether they like it or not, and ballot-harvesting with no chain of custody by absolutely anyone.
Democrats are salivating in other states to put these measures through...
What it shows is that statehouses are important because they set election laws. 
If the state is run by Democrats, rest assured they will take every advantage to secure absolute power.  
What's needed now is a concerted Republican counterattack, not to secure absolute power, as the Democrats have done, but to secure free and fair elections from a willing electorate..."
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