All the attempts at fraud and corruption in our voting process worked…against the Democrats.
Having now read numerous articles regarding the attempted Democrat coup via election fraud, it’s pretty simple to see how some precincts in various states may have more people voting for one party or candidate than those registered in the precinct. Vote flipping was recorded in many states this year and in the past. It was most apparent in smaller communities. When 2 out of 8 voting machines switch votes from one party or candidate to another, one has to question the sanctity of an election.
Then, of course, is the audacious act by Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia. McAuliffe pardoned 60,000 felons earlier this year, in time for them to register and vote for Hillary. It worked, she won the state! However, as with almost every progressive liberal feel good move, this act includes “unintended consequences”.
The major problem now is that he has 60,000 armed felons running around in his state. Yes, that’s right. Along with restoring their right to vote by pardoning his fellow criminals in attempt to influence the election, he also allowed them all the rights they forfeited when choosing to commit crimes against humanity.
The restored rights include: the right to bear arms (a felon convicted of armed robbery that did not include death or serious injury by gunshot may now lawfully possess another firearm. Remember the gun show loophole that the leftist anti-gun nuts rail about, “convicted felons can just walk into any gun show and walk out with a gun?” No longer a concern. A convicted and pardoned Virginia felon can stroll into any legitimate gun shop, present I.D., and pass the federal background check.). He or she can travel throughout the U.S. and abroad un-monitored. They can serve on a jury (Virginia’s jury of one’s “peers” now includes people who are pissed at the system and want to lash out in protest against it. Hey, good luck with that one, Terry). A person rightfully convicted of felony embezzlement or grand larceny can now handle money at the local bank or retail store. (He or she doesn’t have to honestly answer the employment application question regarding conviction.) He or she can now suck down your tax dollars receiving public social benefits including Welfare and housing subsidies. The good governor of Virginia also restored the parental rights of convicted rapists and child molesters. (Moms and dads of Virginia and the United States of America, do you want a convicted pedophile, living next door to your son’s or daughter’s elementary school, walking him or her home?)
Thanks in large part to Governor McAuliffe’s efforts, Hillary won the state of Virginia. The cost to that state and any other where one or some of these felons might choose to reside could be tremendous. But that is nothing to worry about because sh*t unintended consequences happen. The fall out from an attempt to do good, or perceived good, cannot be counted against a progressive.
You weren’t my first choice Donald, but good luck. Bring good things to our United States.