(left to right) Democrats drag our suitcases of ballots from under tables after GOP observers are removed from room in Georgia, Democrats drive in late night ballot drop of 61 ballot boxes in Detroit, Democrats cover the windows at the TCF Center so Republicans cannot see inside ballot counting room.
If they can’t cheat, they can’t win.
Democrats are VERY WORRIED that Republican state legislatures will make it more difficult for them to cheat in future elections.
Joe Biden complained today that his party must be able to count the votes which makes no sense. Democrats across the country blocked Republican observers from the counting rooms while they “fixed” the ballots for Joe Biden. But Democrats and their media continue to gaslight the American public anyway.
The communist Brennan Center published a report last week on the current election integrity bills that were passed by Republican legislatures in 2021. More legislation is planned for this year to make sure only legitimate votes count. This scares the hell out of Democrats.
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H.O.T Wisconsin posted the Brennan Center article and rewrote the article factually by replacing their their “restrictive voting access” with more accurate and honest phrasing.
Between January 1 and December 7, at least 19* states passed 34 laws to improve election integrity. More than 440 bills with provisions that fortify voting access were introduced in 49 states in the 2021 legislative sessions. These numbers are extraordinary: state legislatures enacted far more voting security laws in 2021 than in any year since the Brennan Center began tracking voting legislation in 2011 (https://www.brennancenter.org/issues/ensure-every-american-can-vote/voting-reform/state-voting-laws).
Fortunately, the momentum around this legislation continues. So far, at least 13 election integrity bills have been pre-filed for the 2022 legislative session in four** states. In addition, in 18*** states, at least 152 voting security bills that did not reach resolution in 2021 will carry over into 2022. These early indicators — coupled with the ongoing mobilization around the Big Truth — suggest that efforts to secure the integrity of elections will continue to be a serious threat to Dems in 2022.