Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Fight Against Electoral Fraud is a Fight Against Totalitarianism; Steps Needed to Build an Apolitical, Robust and Secure Voting System in America

Illustration: Alexander Hunter/The WA Times
Fight against electoral fraud is a fight against totalitarianism:
President Trump and his legal team are exposing a massive electoral fraud in Democrat-controlled cities in swing states. This looks like 1960 all over again, when Chicago Mayor Richard Daley stole the presidential election for John Kennedy. The difference in 2020 is the theft took place in more than one city, which makes the statistical irregularities more glaring.
Democrats have been committing fraud in large cities for many years, and we will lose our liberty if we fail to confront it. We are fortunate Mr. Trump is doing so for the integrity of this election and future ones, starting with the Jan. 5 Senate runoffs in Georgia.
Calls for Mr. Trump to concede stem from the Democratic need to avoid discovery — the process where evidence is gathered in legal proceedings. Democrats wish to protect the fraud to facilitate a one-party state.
Democratic media partners are applying pressure on congressional Republicans to join them in saying there was no fraud, and that the election is decided. Regardless of their personal opinions of Mr. Trump, Republican congressmen should not join colleagues like Mitt Romney. He has a personal animus for Mr. Trump, and he is helping Democratic media sweep fraud under the rug. --->READ MORE HERE
Illustration: Linas Garsys/The WA Times
Steps needed to build an apolitical, robust and secure voting system in America:
The practice of democracy in our constitutional republic flourishes in the presence of contradictions. Democracy, itself, is bound by our inalienable rights, bestowed to us by our Creator. These rights, not given to us by our government by any majority or by any vote, cannot be rescinded, for they were not wrought by man.
Voting is a contradiction for it is both public and private at the same time. Its process is intended to be secret, but transparent. Its agency is intensely partisan, but its effect is intended to be unifying.
The legitimacy of voting must survive despite the contradictions intrinsic to the process. It is with this background that we must consider a contested national election where there is significant controversy. We must put ourselves to the question: How are we to conduct trustworthy elections ─ not in the presence of good intentions and decisions, but in a domain populated by risks, usurpations and threats to freedom whose scope we cannot foretell?
To surmount these obstacles, solutions must be forged to secure America’s elections. Certain principles must be adopted to institute a more robust system. The following steps should be considered and refined by a bipartisan commission, comprised of our nation’s most trusted leaders ─ chartered to improve dramatically the voting process. --->READ MORE HERE
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