Crock The Vote

If you’re even a casual user of teh internetz, you have likely been bombarded with ads extolling the virtues of mail-in ballots. Their continual, yet farcical claim is, “They’re safe, and they’re secure!”

Tell that to the citizens of Pennsylvania.

New concerns are cropping up across the region about mail-in ballots and other election issues in our area. And there are late-breaking developments in the federal investigation into mail-in ballots in Luzerne County.

The United States Attorney David Freed just sent a letter to Luzerne County officials with the latest findings of that investigation. Basically he says that election bureau officials did not properly handle mail-in ballots from military personnel and that the problem is a concern as it pertains to having every vote count. Click here to read the letter.

Local talk show host Chris Stigall mentioned this yesterday and made a terrific point. This investigation is only happening because Luzerne County does not have a Soros-appointed DA.

The letter states in part: “The FBI has recovered a number of documents relating to military ballots that had been improperly opened by your elections staff, and had the ballots removed and discarded, or removed and placed separately from the envelope containing confidential voter information and attestation. Specifically, a total of nine (9) military ballots were discovered to have been discarded. Seven (7) of those ballots when discovered by investigators were outside of any envelope. Those ballots were all cast for presidential candidate Donald Trump.

Wait, every discarded ballot was a vote for President Trump? What a co-inky-dink!

Now, I heard this from a few sources, but I’m not certain it’s true. Any tampered or opened mail-in ballot – at least in PA – is obviously null and void. Here’s what I heard Friday: if your ballot is tampered or opened, there is no recourse. So if my vote was opened, I cannot vote in person on Election Day.

That doesn’t seem right to me, but I heard it from a few political junkies – so take it with a grain of salt.

Either way, the safest and most secure voting option is heading to the polls in person. Don’t let these bastards nullify your vote.

5 thoughts on “Crock The Vote

  1. My wife and I will be voting early. The early voting is done at the same place we register to vote. By Texas law, we will have to show photo ID to vote.

    If, by some miracle or democrap shenanigans, we receive in the mail absentee ballots, we will cary them with us to the polling place and turn them over to the clerk to prove we are not voting by mail. By Texas law again, a voter has to request an absentee ballot before one is mailed.

    We live in interesting times. Stay interested in the news, for our country’s sake.


  2. And our nonpartisan Attorney General Josh Shapiro said on the news this morning that the ballots were accidentally tossed out by a contractor. Sure, I believe that. Hey Josh, wanna try to sell me some Florida swamp land?

    I love this. My wife is a retired teacher, so she always gets letters from the union telling her who to vote for. Now since everyone in PA is eligible to vote by mail she has gotten a vote at home ballot request form weekly for the past five weeks from the Center For Voter Information. Yeah, there are five of them sitting on the table unopened. Probably get another each week until shortly before the election. Is it just my imagination that these may be coming from the teacher’s union or some affiliate? It couldn’t just be a coincidence that the address is 3915 Union Deposit Road #907, Harrisburg, PA could it? Nah. And by the way, we vote in person…………….


  3. TX Nick – It’s ridiculous ID is not mandatory at every polling place in the country. And the leftist’s charge of, “It’s too difficult for minorities to get an ID” is just racist garbage.

    Tam – I’ve received maybe ten text messages – they think my name is Scott for some reason – letting me know my mail-in ballot will be delivered to me immediately. Still haven’t received one. This entire debacle is rife for fraud, and I worry it’ll cost Trump the election.


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