Whether we win or lose, we want the elections to be fair! Election Fraud has been a problem since elections started. When I was first elected, I thought both political parties wanted to have fair an honest elections. After serving on the Elections Committee, I concluded that the majority of the Democrat elected officials want to make it much easier to cheat. If we lose control over the honesty of our elections, we will never get honest people elected ever again!
There are lots of stories of bad handling of ballots. And here’s one about a cat registering to vote. When you vote through the mail, there’s a chance your ballot may never make it to the election authority. What if there’s a way to track how individuals vote?
Any sporting event is only fun to watch if it is a fair match. When the umpires are corrupt, it feels like there’s no point. Yet, the answer is to continue to fight. We are not pleased with Justice John Roberts and have some concerns that he could allow ballots to be counted that were cast after the election is over. When elections are stolen, it frequently happens because more ballots show up after the election was held. Surprise, surprise! Most of those ballots support Democrat candidates.
Do you think the elections in November will be stolen?
WHAT YOU CAN DO
1.) Listen to our podcast on election fraud. We interview Chris Arps, the former member of the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners – You can find our latest podcast here.
2.) Call your county election authority and offer to serve as an election judge. If you can handle a 14 hour day, you might help to keep people honest!
3.) The Home Front newsletter and podcast continues. Your involvement to fund our ongoing efforts, research and equipment will make a difference. If you want to continue to support us in this effort to promote integrity in government, you can mail your check to this address:
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HOME FRONT PODCAST
On our show today, we interview Christopher Arps, co-founder of Move On Up and former member of the St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners. He shares with us some important insights on why we need to keep our election integrity.
A LITTLE BIT OF HUMOR