Vote fraud: a Democrat-Socialist joint.
President Trump warned on Twitter last week that law enforcement would be looking for “voter fraud” in the midterm elections. Many journalists quickly responded – as they always do – by dismissing the very existence of voter fraud.
CNN’s Jim Acosta tweeted “voter fraud in this country is actually very rare.”
Glenn Thrush of The New York Times claimed: “there is essentially no voter fraud in this country.” He instead asked, “Will the (Justice Department) Civil Rights division prevent/investigate a real threat-voter suppression?”
Journalists have credulously repeated unsupported, patronizing claims that in Georgia and other states, voter registration and absentee ballot laws somehow suppress minority votes.
The preference for opinion journalism over real reporting prompted Carl Bernstein of Watergate fame to tell a CNN summit last Monday, “We need to be doing stories that really look at whether or not there is widespread voter fraud…. we still need to be doing that basic aspect of the reporting.”
Follows, a list of examples of guess-what by guess-who from four states, one which no one should suppose is anything close to all-inclusive. The real tell, though, is how fiercely they shriek, scream, and wail about requiring some form of easily-obtainable ID to vote: there’s really no good reason to oppose such a common-sense rule other than the serious impediment it presents to the usual Democrat-Socialist program of electoral fraud and malfeasance.
All the more reason, then, to show up this November 6th, and every election; if it ain’t close, they can’t cheat.