We’re seeing more and more of that behavior this year than we’ve ever seen, mostly in regards to planning by the Democrat anarchy left to literally steal state races for national candidates as well as swing states for the hapless, clueless Joe Biden.
To us, that means the party really believes that President Trump has a much stronger chance of being reelected than the garbage polling — so wrong in 2016 as well — indicates. Otherwise, why bother trying to steal races?
The latest outrage involves the Colorado secretary of state, Jena Griswold: She is sending postcards to non-citizens and those who have died in order to get more registrations so more ballots can be cast in this vital swing state in November.
Griswold sent a mailer to several people who are not eligible to vote…in a swing state that has a U.S. Senate seat on the ballot this year and could prove pivotal in the presidential race.
Right now, incumbent U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner is a Republican clinging to his seat; to help his chances, Gardner came out in support of President Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, whom the GOP-controlled Senate will attempt to vet and vote to appoint either before the Nov. 3 election or shortly thereafter, before a new Congress is seated (presuming the party loses control of the chamber).
But regardless of the resources the GOP is putting in the state to preserve Gardner’s seat, Colorado’s top elections official is putting her filthy, corrupt fingers on the scale to tip it in favor of a party that has to cheat to obtain power.
One Colorado resident, Karen Anderson, told local media she got a registration postcard in the mail that was addressed to her late mother.
“Which sounds really nice except my mother has been dead four years and she hasn’t lived, voted, owned property, worked, or done anything other than visit Colorado since 1967,” Anderson told CBS4 (Note: The story link to the original CBS4 post is no longer valid).
“I don’t know where they’re harvesting names from but (they’re) doing it without obviously doing any kind of check,” Anderson said, according to a separate report on the same story by the Washington Examiner. “You hear about them trying to register dead people, but I never really thought I’d see it.”
The local CBS affiliate said it discovered a dozen cases where postcards were sent to people who cannot vote. They included a British citizen, six migrant workers, and a man from Lebanon, as well as Anderson’s late mother.
“How many went out that nobody called in about it?” Anderson wanted to know.
That’s a great question. And the local affiliate, after deleting its original story, asked Griswold to explain.
“I think the key is that the mailing to encourage potentially unregistered people to register is not the same mailing as our ballot mailing. Those are two separate universes,” she said.
“When we send you a ballot or the county clerk sends out a ballot, those are to people who are registered. This postcard, encouraging people to register, goes to people who are potentially eligible but unregistered and, you know, the mailings aren’t always 100% correct,” she added.
That’s incredibly lame because do you know what would fix all of this? Requiring people to vote in person and with an ID. Those who were infirm or who are shut-ins can request an absentee ballot, which are entirely different and far more secure (because they have to be validated).
Democrats are working overtime in states and jurisdictions they control to tilt elections in their favor — all the while claiming that President Trump is the one trying to ‘suppress the vote.’ It’s maddening.
It’s also dangerous because if they succeed, or if they refuse to accept a Trump victory, then there’s going to be trouble.