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A Solution to bring TRUST back to our Voting System

Many on the Left are claiming the Election of 2020 was the best yet because of the high rate of participation by the American Voters. They ultimately want everyone to vote regardless of their legal status. While I agree that no legal voter should be denied the opportunity to vote and participate in government, I believe they ignore several issues that surfaced in the election. The Left applauds the work of the legislature in passing laws that support maximum participation.

They forget to mention how the voting regulations were changed by Judges and agreements by Governors, Attorney Generals, and Boards of Election to change mail in balloting requirements. Changes included the ability to fix deficient ballots, drop verification signature requirements and extend the time they could be received. All of these open the door for possible fraud and voter tampering.  At no time did any Governor call the legislature into session to discuss the changes and get their approval as required by law.

In addition, it has surfaced that in many battle ground states ballots suddenly appeared overnight that were counted in secret and changed the results in many cases. How do we stop the cheating yet allow maximum voter participation?

Voting is both a right and a privilege. With all rights there come responsibilities. For example Freedom of Speech is a right yet we cannot yell “fire” in a theatre unless there is one. Along with every right is the responsibility to ensure it is not abused. The same principle should be applied to voting in order to rebuild confidence in the system. For example;

  1. Early voting should be shortened but not eliminated. If you want to vote make the effort to do so in a timely manner.
  2. No voting after Election Day and no mail in ballots accepted after 6PM on Election Day. This will stop the ability of cheaters to find out how many votes they need and then “find “them so they could be counted a day or two later. It does help minimize voter fraud. Again along with your right to vote is the responsibility to vote in a timely manner.
  3. Judges, Governors and Boards of Election cannot change election laws without sending them back to the Legislature who originally passed them for reconsideration. Call them back into session if need be to address the issue.
  4. Voter ID needs to be enforced. I will not take the time to again explain how the argument that having an ID will lead to voter suppression is bogus. The list of things you need to have an ID for is endless.
  5. Paper ballots need to be the norm and machines should be checked to ensure there are no hidden programs that modify or cancel out the actual votes.
  6. The ability to observe by party members must be guaranteed and those that attempt to violate this must be arrested and prosecuted. If necessary both parties must be given the right to provide guards or observers to watch the machines or locked up ballots if they close down for the night and will resume the next day.
  7. Elections Law Reform must be passed that limit the amount of money or in kind help that can be given a candidate or a party. Super PAC’s must be reeled in and controlled.

We all want maximum participation of legal voters but we also want minimizing voter fraud so such fraud does not cancel out legal votes. The steps above will help ensure that and begin to rebuild confidence in the voting system that tens of millions believe was full of fraud and deceit.

If most or all of the above steps are not instituted future elections in America will be riddled with doubt and will eventually lead to violence as the people continue to believe they are being cheated and the system is rigged. Contact your Federal and State Legislators and ask them to pass laws to implement the suggestions above you agree with.


Since only about 20% of the News Media has any shred of Journalistic Integrity remaining: How does our Constitutional Republic continue without a "Free Press"?
  Demand real information, using real sources, backed up by facts.
  Promote real journalist entities only, and admonish those that prostitute their profession.
  We Democratic Socialists are doing just fine, thank-you, by promoting lies while having very little real knowledge about so much.
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( January 2nd, 2021 @ 9:56 am )
All of these are fabulous ideas; however, the top corruption in Voter Fraud may be the Democratic Socialist Propagandist Media and Big Tech Platform Censorship.

Both created the Propagandist climate over the last 4 years, and especially in the last few months that, by its lonesome, swayed the election to Covid Joe; only if one considers his vote totals to be real, and I do not.

Think about how many billions of dollars of in kind campaign contributions that will go unreported, and it boggles the mind as to how this is not massive Voter Fraud.
( January 2nd, 2021 @ 8:05 am )
These are a start. Many are already in election law, but that law was not followed this past election.

Mail in voting should be severely curtailed. Even Jimmy Carter's commission on voting problems identified that as a major source of fraud. Many European countries do not allow any mail-in voting at all.

We badly need to clean up our voter registration lists, which in some counties, even in NC have more people registered than there are adults of that age group present according to the census. This is how dead people, people who have moved, and illegal aliens vote. New voter registrations whould be in person with an ID. Online voter registration is a recipe for fraud.

Penalties for election fraud need to be hiked, There should be mandatory jail sentences for anyone who runs poll watchets out of a room where wither voting or ballot counting is going on. Cases need to be prosecuted, not swept under the rug as too often happens now.

New registrants should have to prove citizenship in order to register to vote.

Ballot harvesting needs to be eliminated. The drop boxes the Democrats instituted are nothing but a way to facilitate illegal ballot harvesting.

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