The Sinister Plot Behind Early Voting

John Fetterman is just one of many reasons why there should be no early voting.

Let’s just pretend Fetterman, the Democrat running against Republican Mehmet Oz, M.D. for Pennsylvania’s United States Senate seat, is not a morally impaired and intellectually dishonest Leftist, but an intelligent, patriotic guy. Then he has a stroke which results in his not only being unable to express himself, but being unable to understand, being unable to form accurate judgments, and being incapable of reasoning.  As Dr. Phil McGraw answered his own question whether he would board a plane knowing the pilot suffered the same cognitive impairment as John Fetterman: “HELL NO!”

But there’s not just medical impairment which justifies the elimination of early voting.

FLIP-FLOPPING

A candidate can suddenly flip-flop on previously publicized views, revealing his true colors and proving that he’s been deceiving the constituency.

Before weakling RINO flip-flopper, Mitt Romney, there was John Kerry. Throughout the 2004 presidential campaign, then-Democrat Senator from Massachusetts John Kerry was a recidivist flip-flopper. Kerry authorized the Iraq war but then campaigned against it.  Kerry admitted “I actually did vote for the $87 billion, before I voted against it.” 

Whether that sank his presidential hopes, or his lies about being a war hero on a Swift boat in the Viet Nam war – or both – is open to interpretation. But John Kerry’s character flaws are not.

CAN’T CUT THE MUSTARD

A situation might arise in a candidates’ debate or other setting which exposes that a candidate is experientially and/or intellectually unequipped to deal with a postulated or actual situation, be it a domestic, local, foreign policy or personal issue.

In the 2020 presidential candidate debate in Vegas, billionaire Michael Bloomberg was ripped to shreds by the bipartisan pack of hyena fellow debaters.  One issue he impotently responded to was his requirement for all women in his employ to sign non-disclosure agreements if they filed sexual harassment and gender discrimination complaints, thereby forever muzzling their side of the story.

If you recall, when Bloomberg became mayor of New York City (most likely due to the campaign commercials his $60 billion personal fortune enabled him to buy versus any scintillating acumen) he engaged in dictatorial hysteria to prevent New Yorkers and visitors from consuming too much sugar. He outlawed 32-ounce sodas and legislated that they be limited to 16 ounces. Hello-o-o, Nutso! People who want 32 ounces will just buy two 16-oz. sodas. Duh!

The fine for non-compliance would have been $200. Per offense. “Everybody across this country should do it,” Bloomer Brains proudly proclaimed in a feeble attempt to become a national influencer. (His influencer-wannabe website still states, “Mike is fighting hard for progress in America and around the world. Stay up-to-date with Mike’s newsletter delivered to your inbox.” )

Fortunately the soda ban was struck down by a judge.

With such aggressive, cuckoo forays into the private lives of citizens, New Yorkers are lucky that in Bloomberg’s three (what is wrong with voters?!) mayoral terms he didn’t impose a ban on what he considered oversized penises.

IF SCANDALS ARISE CLOSE TO THE ELECTION, DON’T BE THE ONE WHO’S ALREADY CAST YOUR VOTE

A scandal–sexual, financial, or other – could be unearthed which morally compromises a candidate or an incumbent running for re-election, such as having accepted money from a lobbying or special interest group…or worse.

Such is the case of eight-term United States Congressman, James Anthony Traficant. He served Ohio’s 17th District, first as a Democrat then later as an Independent. The House voted 420-1 to expel him after Traficant’s 2002 conviction for ten felony counts of racketeering, filing false tax returns, and accepting bribes. He served seven years in the penitentiary.

Do you think his constituency would have voted him into office had his wrongdoings been brought to light prior to any of his Congressional elections?

IF YOU’RE UNDECIDED RIGHT DOWN TO THE WIRE

Suppose you were undecided as to who would get your vote until you found out that an organization against everything you stand for endorsed a candidate you were considering. But you effed up because you’d already voted early.

This happened in the presidential election of 2016 when Hillary Clinton was openly endorsed by the Communist Party of the U.S.A. That alone should have been confirmation for everyone in his/her right mind not to vote for her.

IT TAKES A STATE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO DISALLOW EARLY VOTING

By the way, did you know that every state except Delaware, the home state of the Cretin-In-Chief, requires voter approval before a proposed amendment becomes a part of the state’s constitution?

EARLY VOTING HARMS YOUR AND OUR COUNTRY’S WELFARE

In short, there is NO justification  for early voting.  Add to that the fact that early voting makes election fraud much easier.

PLAN OF ACTION

Contact the Senators and Congressmen of our current 117th Congress. Tell them you want to have early voting abolished in your state.

Congressmen and Senators are obligated to respond only to their constituents but you can use Twitter to make your opinions known to all of them!

Directly message your respective state’s Senators and Congressmen at  https://www.congress.gov/contact-us

Find U.S. Representatives’ Twitter handles at:
https://pressgallery.house.gov/member-data/members-official-twitter-handles

The University of California at San Diego’s library provides a list of all U.S. Senators’ Twitter handles at: https://ucsd.libguides.com/congress_twitter/senators

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