Can a stolen election be unstolen?
The upshot is that it’s a lot easier to steal something than to unsteal it. And just because the thief is caught, doesn’t mean you’re getting what he stole back.
Republicans and conservatives are fighting on the ground to unsteal the election. This will be the largest such effort in American history. But that doesn’t mean that it will succeed. Stealing an election is a lot easier than unstealing it.
Conservatives often ask about New York, Baltimore, or any deep blue city, why the people there don’t just vote their way out of the problem. Now they’re getting a front row seat to the answer.
You don’t vote your way out of a corrupt rigged system. Cities run by Democrat political machines have meaningless elections in which the winners are picked early on by the network, to be occasionally challenged by lefties in primaries, and then rubber stamped in meaningless elections in which Democrat electioneering material is often illegally there at the polls.
No one wants Philly or New York City to become America. That would be the end of a free nation. And it’s why it’s important to unsteal elections, but even more important to keep them from being stolen.
The two big questions hanging over our heads going forward, even beyond what’s happening now, is how to deal with widespread Big Tech censorship and voter fraud.
Right now conservatives are chasing after the thief. What should also be done to keep elections from being stolen?
Well, right offhand I’d say hanging the fucking thieves by their necks until they’re dead, dead, DEAD might be a pretty good start. But that’s something that really should have been done a long time ago; sad to say, it’s too late for it now.