Joe Biden headed up the most complex and massive fraud ever perpetrated on the American electorate. Astonishing in its scope and well-executed in its targeting of the swing states they had to pry out of Trump’s winning column, Arizona was targeted by electronic voting machine hackers, and Wisconsin simply broke its own election rules to allow illegal absentee balloting.
Yes, it’s all over, but not the shouting. State electors have voted, and Joe Biden won—but not fair and square.
Senate Republicans want to shine a spotlight on the after-midnight shenanigans of counting suitcases of votes beneath a table. Equally loud are the mainstream press and their Democrat allies: “Nothing to see here folks. Courts everywhere have said this election was fair and legal.”
Only, it wasn’t. Courts don’t validate elections. State legislatures have the final say. Except in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, that is. Critical decisions on procedure and what votes to accept or reject were by voting officials, and in the case of Pennsylvania, the Secretary of State, who allowed a late surge of Democrat votes to defeat President Trump.
The good news is that Republicans have achieved near parity in the House, where Democrats previously had a comfortable margin. Republicans need only to win one of the Georgia Senate seats to hold on to their majority. About the only thing worse than Joe Biden as Chief Executive would be demented “Chucky” Schumer as Senate Majority Leader.
So, Arizona and Wisconsin are likely not up for grabs. However, the future integrity of our national voting could be at stake.
Listen to this commentator’s take on the Arizona and Wisconsin investigations: