Here We Go Again! Dems Changing Laws to Steal Election in Key States

Regardless of whether the Democrats’ 2024 presidential candidate is Joe Biden or some other air-headed, one thing is for certain – the Democrats WILL try to rig the election.

Buried beneath all of the “drop Joe Biden” talk, the Democrats’ allies in battleground states have quietly been working to shift election laws in their favor to ensure that they get a chance to cheat their way to a victory.

One of the states that’s guilty of this is Wisconsin, where just two years after banning the extremely fraudulent ballot drop boxes from being uses in their elections, the state’s Supreme Court has reversed the ruling… almost as if they WANT to allow for massive election fraud to take place in their state…

And the best part? The 4-3 ruling came only a year after the far-left seized control of a majority on the court. It certainly didn’t take very long for those fraud-loving leftists to show their true colors.

 

Naturally, the decision and timing of said decision have caught the ire of conservatives all over who can clearly see that the Democrats are blatantly trying to run the same play then ran back in 2020.

First they change the laws – then they steal the election.

This flashback video is from Detroit, Michigan but it captures perfectly what the Democrats do with these ballot boxes and gives you a taste of WHY the liberal judges wanted to make sure these drop boxes are in play for 2024.

Watch the video here to see it.


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