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666sadfrogs 19 points ago +19 / -0

There are already people gas lighting about past elections saying that we always accept late ballots and that the election is never called by the 4th.

I’ve never got a straight answer on why we never did anything about the election sooner, or why mail-in ballots didn’t become an issue until a couple of months ago.

BaconLT 17 points ago +17 / -0 (edited)

Mail in ballots are honestly always a problem, because they aren't really secret ballots. And secret ballots are essential to democracy. Opt in mail in ballots aren't the worst because you can hide that you got a ballot, so you can keep it secret.

But with everyone getting a ballot in the mail that causes problems. Now we know everyone has a ballot. So voter intimidation and vote buying are now potentially very influential this election. Now no one is going to intimidate or buy someone like President Trump's vote, or really any wealthy elite member of society. But poor and vulnerable members of society are at high risk of being disenfranchised. Because if you are broke, $20 for your vote is very tempting. And if say you are an elderly nursing home patient how can you really deal with say your nurse telling you how to vote. Then there are the family members. A college student might find parents telling them to vote X or be cut off. Or an older family member is being told to vote Y by children or grandchildren or risk being disowned.

And these actions fly under police radar and police action. Because people aren't going to get a stranger arrested for just saying they will buy your vote. And most people won't call the police on family members over a "family disagreement". To say nothing about the conflict of interest between local politicians ballot harvesting for their own votes. The DA isn't going to press charges on their own political party's ballot harvesters.

TheImpossible1 [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

You should post this on TheDonald, I think they'd be very interested in it.

BaconLT 9 points ago +9 / -0

Feel free to spread this. It's not really my idea, but a fact about why all true democracies adopted secret ballots. And then you have the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, where two election officials watch you sign your name that you are not voting for the glorious leader.

TheImpossible1 [S] 5 points ago +5 / -0

Does North Korea even have opposition candidates?

BaconLT 3 points ago +3 / -0

No, it's the Glorious Lead and the communist party or a vote against.

TheImpossible1 [S] 8 points ago +8 / -0

Sounds like voting in the Democrat inner city. Or New Zealand.

enevold 9 points ago +9 / -0
  • alt-right conspiracy theorie, brah
  • we always did it this way, bigot!
TheImpossible1 [S] 14 points ago +14 / -0

Trump to win MI now, I'm sure of it.

onetruephilosoraptor 7 points ago +7 / -0

Trafalgar, People's Pundit Baris and Democracy Institute are some of the very few pollsters trying to accurately poll this race.

According to them as long as Trump's base goes out and votes, Trump can win OH by atleast 5 points, NC + AZ by atleast 3 points and Florida by about 2 points.

According to Trafalgar, PA and WI are also said to be very razor thin close so Trump still has a good shot winning there.

Camelot Portfolios predicts a narrow Trump win by 275 electoral vote where Trump wins thanks solely to swing state wins in MI, FL, AZ and NC.

Source; https://www.zerohedge.com/political/poll-which-correctly-called-2016-election-sees-another-shocking-outcome-november

The ruling today helps him secure MI.

I am slightly concerned about FL solely because of the existence of Dem controlled corrupt ass Broward county.

As long as Trump campaigns adequately and the base comes out to vote for him, I am not too concerned about him winning AZ and NC.

Everyone do your part! Go out and vote Trump if you don't want wokeism and the CCP to destroy our nation!

Gizortnik 4 points ago +4 / -0

Boward County is going to have 500,000 Dem votes or something crazy. For sure.

I still think Maryland, Colorado, Minnesota, and Oregon are in play. Ohio, I can promise you, isn't. It's blood red.

New Hampshire is going to be a key indicator. If White turnout is as high as I expect, New Hampshire (which was the closest state in the country last time), will go for Trump by many points.

No one is prepared for 8 million more white voters to come out. Over 100 million white voters, and probably not more than 36 million will be voting for Harris/Biden.

onetruephilosoraptor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Accounting for the Democrats' voter fraud, I personally still predict a Trump win with him receiving 280-310 electoral votes.

You have said on numerous occasions that you expect massive white turnout and that it will benefit mainly Trump.

I am curious.

What is your projected electoral count for Trump this election?

Gizortnik 4 points ago +4 / -0

With fraud, 300 - 350.

Without fraud, 350-450 (so what we probably won't see except maybe on election night, and maybe only on Fox New)

onetruephilosoraptor 6 points ago +6 / -0

450 electoral votes for Trump would just make TDS individuals permanently meltdown.

I would be ecstatic even if he earned 300-350 electoral votes.

I look forward to seeing what ends up happening.

Gizortnik 3 points ago +3 / -0

Something shocking came up yesterday while watching Beanie Man's daily uploads. The "experts" are claiming that they expect 150 million voters in this election.

That's larger than my expectation. Let me be clear about what that means. 150 would be 15 million more votes than in 2016.

  • The sum total number of all votes cast by blacks in 2016: about 15 million.
  • The sum total number of all votes cast by hispanics in 2016: about 15 million.
  • The sum total number of all votes cast by asians in 2016: about 5 million.
  • The sum total number of all votes cast by "other" in 2016: about 4 million.
  • The sum total number of all votes cast by whites in 2016: about 98 million.

Somehow, I don't expect the number of black or hispanic votes to fucking double in the election. In fact the largest increase in raw vote totals by any other ethnic demographic that I can find going back to 1980 is 4. Just 4 million. But in 1992, about 13 million more whites votes showed up compared to 1988. Many were third party Ross Perot voters who hadn't been tapped before, as if white people were mass-activated by an anti-establishment option that advocated for economic improvements and a bit of labor protectionism. That 13 million white voter jump represented a 16.69% increase in the white vote between 1988 & 1992. 15 million more white voters from 2016 to 2020 would be a smaller percentage than that. I'm being conservative my estimates. No one's ready for 8 million white voters. They're damn sure not ready for closer to 13.



Wanna see a white-lash?

onetruephilosoraptor 3 points ago +3 / -0

Interesting scenario you bring up.

Diddy was recently trying to threaten the incitement of a race war if whites voted for Trump.

It would be hilarious to see him get the stark opposite of what he is trying to force people to do at the ballot box instead.