So, Voter Fraud Doesn’t Exist?

2020 June 28
by bc3b

… according to Democrats and the US media.

Yet, evidence to the contrary keeps popping up, which the media buries:

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal filed voter fraud charges Thursday against two Paterson city officials who allegedly engaged in a mail-in ballot scheme in connection to a special election in May.

Grewal levelled the charges against Paterson City Councilman Michael Jackson, Councilman-Elect Alex Mendez, and two other men after the Postal Inspection Service warned Grewal’s office that hundreds of mail-in ballots were found in a Paterson mailbox, InsiderNJ reported Thursday.

The attorney general’s Office of Public Integrity & Accountability (OPIA) began a probe after the Postal Inspection Service issued the warning. Paterson authorities decided to conduct the May 12 special election through mail-in ballots due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has reportedly killed more than 124,000 people in the U.S.

Only 13,557 of the 16,747 vote-by-mail ballots in Paterson were counted, a local NBC affiliate in New York reported in May. More than 800 ballots in Paterson were invalidated for appearing in mailboxes tethered together. One mailbox reportedly had hundreds of ballots tied together.

The board of elections disqualified another 2,300 ballots after concluding that the signatures did not match voting records.

One Paterson woman named Romana Javier, after NBC showed her a list of people who allegedly voted on her block, told the channel that she never received a ballot and did not vote. “We did not receive vote-by-mail ballots and thus we did not vote,” she said. “This is corruption. This is fraud.”

Yet, one of FNC’s resident leftists – Little Chrissie Wallace – claims there is virtually no evidence that mail-in voting will likely lead to fraud:

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace debunked President Donald Trump’s false claims that fraud is rampant in mail-in voting, noting on Friday morning that there is simply no evidence to support the president’s assertions.

With Trump threatening to withhold federal funds from Nevada and Michigan if they went forward with sending absentee ballots and applications to voters, Wallace—who has been a favorite target of Trump’s— pointed out that the president’s repeated complaints about mail-in voting are largely baseless.

“I’ve done some deep dive into it, there really is no record of massive fraud or even serious fraud from mail-in voting,” the Fox News anchor said on America’s Newsroom. “It’s being carried out in Republican states, it’s being carried out in Democratic states, there is no indication that mail-in voting as opposed to in person voting tends to favor one party over another.”


“But when people get their ballots and mail them in themselves, no history of fraud at all,” Wallace added.

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38 Responses leave one →
  1. 2020 June 28 12:36 am
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  2. 2020 June 28 12:38 am
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  3. 2020 June 28 12:41 am
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  4. 2020 June 28 12:45 am
    bc3b permalink

    From the previous thread:

    JimNorCal –

    Jill Biden is all pruny faced towards an innocent little baby. For shame.

  5. 2020 June 28 12:46 am
    bc3b permalink

    Jim – I believe Jill Biden is the primary reason Joe is running. Compare Biden to the other 70-year olds that are/were in the race: Trump. Lie-a-watha, Bernie. He’s in bad shape.

  6. 2020 June 28 5:13 am

    2 – Have you even tried sir?? yeah didn’t think so.

  7. 2020 June 28 5:15 am

    Things you will no hear in the press today

    and if you do you’ll hear ‘former Trump administration official’ instead of the real deal.

    Another thing you will not see mentioned today.

  8. 2020 June 28 5:56 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    And major corporations are funding this stuff with shareholder money?

    Susan Rosenberg was identified as the vice chair of the Thousand Currents board of directors on the charity’s website until Wednesday when the page was taken down after the conservative think tank Capital Research Center detailed her involvement with a communist terrorist group that had carried out bombings in New York and Washington, D.C., in the early 1980s.

    Rosenberg’s involvement with the May 19 Communist Organization, which carried out its bombing campaign to create a contrast to former President Ronald Reagan’s “Morning in America” campaign promise, earned her a spot on the FBI’s Most Wanted List, according to The Washington Examiner. She was arrested in New Jersey in 1984 while unloading 740 pounds of stolen explosives and a sub-machine gun from a truck

  9. 2020 June 28 6:13 am
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  10. 2020 June 28 6:24 am
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  11. 2020 June 28 6:36 am
    bc3b permalink

    Excellent article on “white privilege.” Yes, it does exist for less than 1% of white Americans – Donald Trump, Hunter Biden, the Cuomos, Ted Turner, Chris Wallace and Joe Buck.

    As the author points out, most beneficiaries of “white privilege” are liberal Democrats:

  12. 2020 June 28 6:40 am
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  13. 2020 June 28 7:53 am
    bc3b permalink

    40 shot, at least 3 children killed in Chicago so far this weekend:

    I guess these black lives don’t matter.

  14. 2020 June 28 7:54 am
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #10

    And major corporations are funding this stuff with shareholder money?

    As I have said before, I find myself buying more brands that are foreign-owned (other than Unilever).

  15. 2020 June 28 8:28 am
    drdog09 permalink

    “As I have said before, I find myself buying more brands that are foreign-owned (other than Unilever).”

    I find myself whenever possible making it myself. The number of household products that have less than 6 ingredients and a scent is vast. Fels Naptha soap and washing soda in variations can make any cleansing products you can imagine. Haven’t blown myself up yet. Just saying.

  16. 2020 June 28 9:11 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    drdog: “Haven’t blown myself up yet.”

    I’m sensing the need for a DIY thread. How to decouple from major corporations that are determined to undermine traditional US values.

    Is it really a coincidence that all the giant companies were allowed to stay open while small business was thoroughly shut down?

  17. 2020 June 28 9:15 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    I went ahead and signed up for Parler.
    Probably it just makes it easier for the gestapo to track me if Biden is “elected”.
    But it’s one of those experiments: do we live without social media, or fight to reform it, or replace it completely?
    I’ll be JimNorCal

  18. 2020 June 28 10:25 am
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  19. 2020 June 28 10:36 am
    bc3b permalink

    Part of the dishonest media game plan:

    Create the idea Trump’s base is turning om him.

  20. 2020 June 28 12:13 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Who could have imagined …
    Who could have predicted that serious problems would follow upon housing homeless people — often with criminal backgrounds, drug problems, and mental health issues — in San Francisco luxury hotels? Actually, it looks like the city officials responsible for making this decision predicted it, because they have kept the practice confidential.

    As one of San Francisco’s designated Front-Line Worker Housing (FLWH) hotels, it’s reserved for health-care and public-safety employees working on Covid-19 related matters. But San Francisco is surreptitiously placing homeless people in luxury hotels by designating them as emergency front-line workers, a term that the broader community understands to mean doctors, nurses, and similar professionals.

  21. 2020 June 28 12:23 pm
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  22. 2020 June 28 1:14 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    20, that’s great!
    Love it.

  23. 2020 June 28 1:16 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Jim, 18,

    Well you could start here —

    Its a 6 part series of what I was considering for the homestead. Just do a search on ‘whats for dinner’ and it should come with the entire list.

  24. 2020 June 28 1:44 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Under Armor dropping deal with UCLA — — Sports meltdown proceeding apace.

  25. 2020 June 28 1:45 pm
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  26. 2020 June 28 1:46 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Fraud? What’s that? — — They need to be hung by their nads till they snap off.

  27. 2020 June 28 1:49 pm
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #29 –

    Over a quarter of a billion dollars to have your company’s logo on Baseball, football basketball uniforms and shoes is ridiculous, particularly for a school whose athletic teams have been as dismal as UCLA’s in recent years. When I worked for MacGregor in the mid-1970s we provided the Cincinnati Reds uniforms. Had a MacGregor logo been anywhere showing, our relationship with the Reds would have been over.

    Sports has become about excesses in recent years – ridiculous player demands at every level, so many players on college football teams that there’s an offensive #15 and a defensive #15, huge professional salaries for major league players and profits for owners, teams threatening to move is they don’t get new taxpayer-funded stadiums, $5 hot dogs, $10 beers, $5 sodas.

  28. 2020 June 28 2:28 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Bubba Wallace is 21st of 38 NASCAR drivers:

    Today at Pocono was another race he didn’t win, but Bubba is still the best race carD driver on the circuit.

  29. 2020 June 28 2:31 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    BC, 30,

    Most of these firms pay the huge sums cuz where else can you have exposure to a 60k stadium captive audience for a couple of hours? Now with CoVid exposure levels will be small to nonexistent, hence not worth the money.

    Same thing is going on in NYC. Firms are suing landlords to get out of $2500/sqft lease deals. No foot traffic and a good chance your displays and inventory will be trashed.

    The urban landscape is changing rapidly.

  30. 2020 June 28 2:39 pm
    bc3b permalink

    drdog09 #32 –

    Actually it’s for TV and replica jerseys because you can’t make out an Adidas logo from row 42 at Central Michigan’s field. I was there last fall. You can make them out on the Jumbotrons though.

  31. 2020 June 28 3:00 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    25, I’ll check it out 🙂

  32. 2020 June 28 6:29 pm

    10 – Yup.
    19 – There is replace it with different platform or don’t use it, there is no “reforming” existing ones. Net-Net, it has it’s ups and downs but I think the world would have been better off without it.

  33. 2020 June 28 6:40 pm

    27 – absurd ‘deal’ in the first place if you ask me. LOL at UCLA though even without this deal going away they were already running ~20mil deficit in their sports programs… gee maybe they could focus less on sports and more an actually educating the flipping students (with less indoctrination as well), but that’ll never happen.

  34. 2020 June 28 6:58 pm

    Don’t expect Nike to swoop in…lol

    Read some of the corporate double speak it’s hilarious.

  35. 2020 June 28 7:17 pm
    Eph permalink

    37. Great stuff

    Repost to new thread

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