Votes and ballots are involved.
These words, despite their similarity, suggest different methods for selecting a government.
When election day turned election month in the age of mail-in votes, the electoral landscape was forever altered. Nothing will ever return to how it was.
The Democrats, who are specialists in all things governmental, amended the legislation, extended voting hours, and lowered voting requirements. Republican party leaders slept.
Democrats, leftist non-governmental groups, and Big Tech came up with every conceivable method to rig the election, including gathering votes, depositing them in street side bins, and filling them out if the voter doesn’t.
These are strategies for garnering votes. They found it effective.
The Republican “voter strategy” of yard signs, donations, obscure webpages, and television ads hasn’t changed in the last ten years.
“There is a big difference between “votes” and “ballots.” The Republicans focused on winning votes; the Democrats focused on gathering ballots. The ballots won,” according to the Conservative Treehouse.
The ballot-gathering approach uses the fictitious voter or address as its starting point. Each ballot needs to have a connection to someone, even if it’s only a name on a list.
At places where the voter specified on the ballot does not reside, a huge number of live voting votes collect. The electoral win inventory has been made based on the votes cast. The one who collects them will be entitled to cast a vote on their behalf.
The voting process was friction-free until 2020. The voter registration list in every state has tens of thousands of fictitious addresses.
“Clever Leftists built a national system, ERIC, now used by about 30 states, to make sure voter rolls protected phantoms. Using in-your-face messaging, ERIC claimed it was a resource to keep voter rolls clean,” according to The Gateway Pundit.
No conflict, no difficulty.
Everything changed after 2020.
Every state’s once-smooth voting system came under scrutiny as voter authenticity teams and average folks at kitchen tables dissected voter rolls. They discovered tens of thousands of absentee or relocated voters very fast. There were countless addresses where no voter was conceivably residing.
There was resistance to the collection of ballots for the first time. People asked that voter rolls be updated and that addresses be accurate. Affidavits that included pictures of an empty lot where multiple voters claimed to dwell frequently failed to persuade judges to take any action.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Not in Wisconsin.
Again, from the Conservative Treehouse:
“Wisconsin tried essentially the same thing as PA and MI, except there was already residual election roll cleanup (hurts the ballot team) and strong election day turn our (helps vote team).
A Wisconsin voter integrity team found, after reviewing scores of counties and localities, the number of ballots and votes cast lined up. CONTINUE READING…