Perhaps you saw this disturbing entry in Nextdoor yesterday.
“I have a home printer and would be happy to print any voter registration materials for you!”
If you have not spit out your coffee yet, I’d be surprised. Let those words percolate a while.
The author is a black woman, Central Gardens resident since 2014. Demographics say chances are she’s not a Trump voter. More likely a super committed Democrat.
Where did this come from?
An ad on Nextdoor reads “Help neighbors to vote by offering to print materials” and even provides a map.
It says, “In partnership withVote.org.”
Their logo looks like the Obama and now Biden look with the E in blue stripes.
It also says: “Some states require neighbors to print and sign official documents to register to vote or request a mail-in ballot. If you own a home printer, add yourself to the Voter Help Map to let neighbors know you’re available to help print materials. Learn more about registering to vote and how to request a mail-in ballot at Vote.org.
“Please note that not all states require printed materials. You can learn more about your state’s requirements for voter registration here, and for absentee ballot requests, here.”
The here leads you to a state by state breakdown of voter laws and starts off by saying “Convicted of a felony? Visit Restore Your Vote to determine your eligibility to vote in your state.” And “Military and Overseas voters should visit the Overseas Vote Foundation. Vote.org’s information should only be used by voters with US mailing addresses.”
Also has a box to click for “Register to Vote.”
Nextdoor has, however, pulled the post.
Gee, I wonder why?
Yet we are supposed to believe that none of this printing on your own could lead to voter fraud. Mail fraud? Unlikely, the Democrats say, although they are all but admitting that’s how they plan to push the nearly comatose Biden over the finish line.
Hillary has already publicly advised Biden not to accept the results on election night should he lose. Why would that be unless it’s to manipulate the vote?
The Gateway Pundit fuels this strategy.
“A top Democrat data and analytics firm funded by Michael Bloomberg claimed it is highly likely President Trump will win by a landslide on election night, but will ultimately lose in the following days after mail-in ballots continue to be counted.
“Hawkfish CEO Josh Mendelsohn called the Democrat mail-in voting fraud operation deployed to steal the election post election day a ‘red mirage’ in his interview with Axios on HBO.
“‘We are sounding an alarm and saying that this is a very real possibility, that the data is going to show on election night an incredible victory for Donald Trump,’ he said.
“’When every legitimate vote is tallied and we get to that final day, which will be some day after Election Day, it will in fact show that what happened on election night was exactly that, a mirage,’ Mendelsohn said. ‘It looked like Donald Trump was in the lead and he fundamentally was not when every ballot gets counted.’”
All politics is local they say. So is fraud.