Savvy Republicans Thwart Dems’ Attempts To Use Fake “Mail-In” Ballots

“Trump is now leading in almost all the swing states. But behind those numbers lie even more troubling details.”

So intoned CNN host Fareed Zakaria, a militant progressive who has long sung the praises of the ever dictatorial Democrats.

But it appears that Zakaria, who was “educated” at Harvard, actually did learn a thing or two at the institution before it went completely woke, including waking up to basic political realities.

“As someone worried about the prospects of a second Trump term, I think it’s best to be honest about reality,” Zakaria intoned,

And the “reality” is that those “troubling details” are precisely what will sweep Trump to power, come November.

As reported by The Blaze, Georgia, which was one of the more controversial states in the 2020 election, has just taken proactive measures to ensure that the Democrats can’t screw around with the ballots following election night.

Indeed, the Peach State, which notoriously stopped counting votes in populous Fulton County due to a “water leak” on election night in 2020, has just passed SB 189.

And SB 189 makes it quite clear that all “absentee,” or mail-in ballots, cannot be counted after election night.

In other words, Georgia won’t do what Pennsylvania and other notorious “swing states” did in 2020.

“All absentee ballots that have been verified and accepted … by the Monday prior to the day of the primary, election, or runoff shall be tabulated and the results reported by no later than 8:00 P.M. on the day of such primary, election, or runoff or within one hour of the closing of all polls in such county, whichever occurs later,” the text of SB 189 reads.

Predictably, Stacey Abrams threw a fit, proclaiming that SB 189 is “a gift to MAGA election deniers,” offering zero explanation for her bizarre rant.

Then again, only someone like Abrams could blast a bill that’s clearly designed to enhance electoral integrity.

Per Abrams, the bill will also allegedly “right-wing activists in their efforts to kick Black and brown voters off the rolls.”

Apparently, Ms. Abrams is blithely unaware of the fact that she is effectively doubting the intelligence of specific demographics, and no “right-wing activist” will be standing in the way of anyone voting.

Needless to say, the comments on this particular article were highly amusing.

“If Stacey ‘Doublewide’ Abrams and the ACLU hate this new GA bill, it must be on the right track. Carry on,” one commenter drawled.

Absolutely.

“This is a step in the right direction. Counting votes on election day keeps ‘missing ballot’ from being ‘found’ later. Very happy that they have eliminated P.O. boxes and private mailbox services as legitimate addresses,” another commenter chimed in.

Yep. Though knowing Ms. Abrams, she’s probably ranting about alleged disenfranchisement due to the elimination of P.O. boxes as well.

Forward-thinking individuals, such as Elon Musk, are undoubtedly delighted with Georgia’s new voting laws, especially as Musk has long since recognized so-called “COVID” for what it really was.

“Widespread voting by mail (not allowed before the scamdemic) makes proving fraud almost impossible … Out of ~100M votes, there will be at least a tiny amount of fraud. Anyone who claims there is none is obviously lying,” Musk proclaimed.

Indeed. A perfect explanation for why the Democrats continue to claim there was zero fraud in 2020.

Author: Jane Jones


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