Democratic Voter Fraud – Years in the Making

2021 January 10
by bc3b

The Democrats’ plan to steal the 2020 election wasn’t hatched overnight. It’s a plan that’s been in the making since the 1960 presidential election when a crooked Mayor Richard Daily and an equally dishonest Cook County Democratic Party decided the outcome of the presidential election. When Richard Nixon conceded for “the good of the country,” he was actually demonstrating one of the Republicans’ chief weaknesses – lacking the courage to fight back even when they are in the right.

Democrats kept getting bolder. Soon Cook County could manufacture enough votes – from the living and deceased – to cancel out the rest of Illinois.

As the years progressed, the Democrats successfully employed this tactic in Washington in 2004 and in Minnesota in 2008. The Republicans reluctance to fight back didn’t go unnoticed by the Democrats. In fact, it became an important 2020 strategy in battleground states. Detroit manufactured enough votes to overcome the rest of Michigan. The same was true of Milwaukee in Wisconsin, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania and Atlanta in Georgia.

But manufacturing votes in major cities of battleground states was just one of many Democrat tactics. John Solomon outlines the many elements of their strategy.

Now that Democrats are poised to control the White House, Senate and House, the traditional game of finger-pointing and recrimination will begin inside the GOP.

The first instinct for politicians will be to assign blame, call names and jockey for position. But the 2020 election wasn’t just an election, it was a political watershed in which the rules and strategy for winning were rewritten.

The November election (and Tuesday’s Georgia curtain call) wasn’t won and lost by the tactics, spending, individual players and messaging in the weeks before Nov. 3, according to interviews conducted with more than three dozen frontline players.

Rather, its outcome was cemented long before Labor Day 2020 by a Democratic machinery of former Barack Obama proteges, like David Plouffe, John Podesta, David Axelrod and Stacey Abrams, who worried far less about the tactics of ads, travel (Joe Biden hardly did!) and fundraising and far more about the strategy of how to control the narrative and the rules that would shape the outcome.

They even told the Republicans and the public what they planned to do. Just read Plouffe’s book, “A Citizen’s Guide to Beating Donald Trump.” They even boastfully predicted days before how the vote count would roll out on election night and for several days later. Trump would lead early, and Biden would surpass late, they said.

They were right. Why?

First and foremost, they usurped the powers of GOP-controlled state legislatures in the five battleground states and rewrote the rules of how votes would be cast and counted, using the pandemic as an excuse.

Mail ballots could be sent to everyone, even if they didn’t ask for one, and wide swaths of Americans could vote by mail. Voter ID requirements could be suspended for those who felt homebound by COVID’s wrath. Mobile ballot boxes could be deployed. Spoiled ballots that legally were supposed to be discarded could be “cured” by election clerks. Legally required voter roll purges could be skipped. And a single billionaire could donate $350 million directly to the election clerks, judges and vote counters in the states, requiring them in some cases to register voters, and create more poll locations in Democratic strongholds.

And Republicans — who controlled the legislatures in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Arizona and the constitutional right to set the rules — hardly put up a fight. Instead, they urged their voters not to take advantage of the loosened rules and to vote the old-fashioned way. They, in the words of the Trump-loving Georgia Democrat Vernon Jones, simply unilaterally disarmed.

Democrats understood that in a pandemic and in an America with millions of new millennial, urban and minority voters, the easier you make casting a ballot the more likely a low-propensity voter is to vote. Send it to them, help them register, make easy drop-off locations or the mailbox the final destination, and voters will vote a lot more willingly.

In other words, the liberal brain trust engaged in cutting-edge warfare, while Republicans tossed their comfortable set of horseshoes from the 1980s, hoping the good old recipe of evangelical GOTV, direct mail, talk radio and Fox News would deliver yet another election win as it had done for decades.

It didn’t.

To be fair, Donald Trump mustered — by a mile — the largest national vote ever assembled by a Republican at 75 million-plus voters and barnstormed the country, risking COVID and criticism without fear. Kevin McCarthy picked an all-star slate of candidates and picked up seats. Mitch McConnell raised a ton of money, and Ronna McDaniel put together one of the most impressive get-out-the-vote efforts ever assembled.

But all that could not overcome the advantage of a rewired electoral system in the five battlegrounds, as the Georgia runoffs showed Tuesday, said Tom Price, a former congressman and Trump Cabinet secretary.

Democrats “leap-frogged Republicans’ process, strategy, technology and tactics, and that is to the credit of folks on the Democratic side,” Price told Just the News. “They have perfected harvesting, I believe it is harvesting, of absentee ballots, and I think the numbers will show in these runoff races, the same as they did in November, that Republicans who lost by close margins won the vote on Election Day, won on early voting in person and lost heavily in absentee ballots.”

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24 Responses leave one →
  1. 2021 January 10 5:35 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Getting back to our discussions of the past few days; the people at Legal Insurrection have similar concerns of being de-platformed:

  2. 2021 January 10 5:53 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Superbly written, bc.
    I’m sending this one out.

  3. 2021 January 10 5:54 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Someone on a blog somewhere suggested that we (all 70 million Trump supporters) should order something from Amazon, open it, then send it back.
    It will disrupt them and give them piles of “open box” stuff that is hard to sell for full price.

    Of course, if you do it too many times, Amazon will dump you. But if enough people did it just once, it would make an impact.

    We just did it (accidentally). Bought an iPad as a gift, opened, configured and gave it to a daughter. She didn’t want it. So we’re sending it back.
    Open box!
    Full refund!
    Free return shipping!

    For everyone considering exiting from Prime or boycotting Amazon, also consider that one last order LOL.

  4. 2021 January 10 6:11 pm
    justrand permalink

    Jim, I LOVE the plan…and will do so before cancelling Prime. Perfect!

  5. 2021 January 10 7:36 pm
    bc3b permalink

    We’ll see if anything comes from this. Lara Logan is a former CBS reporter, not Gateway Pundit.

  6. 2021 January 10 7:59 pm
    justrand permalink

    Bc3b, at this point we could have video of Nancy Pelosi PERSONALLY switching 12 MILLION votes…and the media would hide it.

    The gullible want to go back to watching cat videos. I know too many of them.

  7. 2021 January 10 8:09 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    It’s kind of a minor point … but for the record:
    Alan Dershowitz: Democrats Cannot Impeach Trump, and You Can’t Impeach Him After Leaving Office. “Congress has no power to impeach or try a private citizen, whether it be a private citizen named Donald Trump or named Barack Obama or anyone else.”

    I (Harvard grad, law prof Glenn Reynolds) should also note that they can’t disqualify him from running again. The penalty for impeachment only includes disqualification from offices of “trust or profit,” and as Josh Blackman and Seth Barrett Tillman demonstrated some time ago, those offices are appointed, not elected offices.

  8. 2021 January 10 8:09 pm
    Eph permalink


    Depending on the cost, Amazon will most likely tell you to keep it and still issue a refund.

    Happenend several times to me.

  9. 2021 January 10 8:10 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Eph, good point! Happened to us too.

  10. 2021 January 10 8:11 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    The Amazon Plan. I would suggest a minor caution. Be sure that the item you select IS an amazon offering and not from a 3rd party vendor.

  11. 2021 January 10 8:12 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    English economist does a walkabout of the damage being levied against UK businesses —

  12. 2021 January 10 8:16 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    About 1/2 way thru this book — — Highly recommended. Its a first person diary. Quite a lot of what was then is being repeated now.

  13. 2021 January 11 6:12 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Did that years ago when they forced the CEO out due to some donations to the GOP. It is the first thing I pitch if I see ‘the fox’ on the task bar or apps list. Be Brave.

    Just be sure you are deleting ALL their products —

  14. 2021 January 11 7:14 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Parler appears dead this morning.
    Gab is alive … slow due to 600K new users. Will doubtless be under attack by media and from Denial Of Service for some time.
    I hope BJG evades their attention for a while.

  15. 2021 January 11 7:19 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Gold down another $15 already today.
    Prediction: stock market will be propped up. Gold will be driven down.
    We’ll see how long they can maintain.

  16. 2021 January 11 9:02 am
    gnqanq permalink

  17. 2021 January 11 9:13 am
    fight on permalink

    Jeez now I have to boycott the PGA. The only sport I have been watching.

  18. 2021 January 11 9:27 am
    mulletover permalink

    Just boycott the PGA Championship, and the Ryder Cup. The PGA Tour is different..

    For now.

  19. 2021 January 11 9:33 am
    mulletover permalink

    6000 National Guard troops deploy to DC.

    The President departs DC tomorrow for Alamo TX.

    The Mexican President promises support for President Trump.

    Hmmm. 🤔

  20. 2021 January 11 9:39 am
    gnqanq permalink

    fight on – What is this thing “Sport” you are talking about?

  21. 2021 January 11 9:43 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Gab says they have a basic cell phone in development. Probably rudimentary though at this point I’m willing to give up a lot of apps.
    The other I’ve heard of is

    If other BJGers come across more info, I am interested in learning more …. pls post!

  22. 2021 January 14 9:20 am
    PresidentRonaldPaul permalink


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