We often receive the impression that Germany is a well-organized, effective nation where everything is in order and elections can be conducted without incident.
It turned out that the Germans have experienced their own electoral difficulties, and these difficulties strangely resemble those experienced by Americans.
According to Breitbart, Berlin’s constitutional court determined that a number of vote irregularities rendered the city’s 2021 Senate elections unconstitutional. The election must be held again within 90 days, per a court order.
A long list of issues, including concerns about missing ballots, a lack of vote boxes, and temporarily shuttered polling places, led to this decision.
Berlin’s opposition parties, who believe they were denied a fair chance to win, have praised the decision. Following the “election chaos” of the previous year, a representative for the right-wing Alternative für Deutschland Party (AfD) asserted that the forthcoming election would be a “second chance.”
Do any of these things ring a bell with Americans? It nearly seems as though we are currently experiencing this in our own nation.
In actuality, we already are. The election-related issues in Maricopa County, Arizona, where anomalies led to widespread pandemonium on November 8, sound eerily similar to those in Berlin.
The defective tabulation devices, which frequently rejected ballots for no apparent reason in Maricopa County on election day, were one of the biggest issues. Due to the lengthy line-up in the Republican bastion of Anthem, Arizona, several voters had their ballots invalidated by the voting machine after waiting more than an hour to cast their ballots.
Long lines in Anthem, Arizona with Poll Workers explaining that the @maricopacounty machines are not working.
Do not get out of line! pic.twitter.com/lInh8KnTz3
— Tyler Bowyer 🇺🇸 (@tylerbowyer) November 8, 2022
Additionally, other recordings have surfaced that seem to suggest Maricopa County may have been the site of widespread unlawful ballot collecting.
It is understandable that many people in Arizona are demanding for the state to hold a new election, similar to the one in Berlin, given the pandemonium on election day. Kari Lake, a Republican running for governor, has even demanded that the Maricopa County election be rerun.
Imagine if the tabulators had worked in primarily red districts!
Again, this election was irreparably compromised by voter disenfranchisement.
We don't care if this is unprecedented.
The appropriate thing to do would be to let Maricopa County cast their votes again. https://t.co/ckUht5N8h5
— Kari Lake War Room (@KariLakeWarRoom) November 16, 2022
More on this story via The Western Journal:
The thing is that, in America, we are told it is dangerous to draw attention to election irregularities, and that to even point out that they might be taking place is a conspiracy theory.
Trying to ensure that elections are carried out in a free and fair manner is now considered “dangerous.” Dangerous to whom, exactly? The leftists and their hold on power?
Germany, which is hardly a nation of right-wing conspiracy theorists, is willing to acknowledge that mistakes were made in their elections and they are willing to take measures to right those wrongs. If they can do it, why can’t we? CONTINUE READING…