Source: J.B. Shurk
“Everything about this bill is rotten to the core. This is a bill as if written in hell by the devil himself.” So says Republican Senator Mike Lee about the Democrats’ H.R.1 election reform legislation that promises to make permanent the 2020 election’s unprecedented use of mass mail-in balloting — implemented with few voter authentication checks and done in the name of a health emergency — that miraculously placed President Popsicle (because he’s cold on the inside and 90% artificial) into the White House.
Watching Lee fret about the Democrats’ planned takeover of elections is a bit like watching a child reading “The Scorpion and the Frog” for the first time.
“Bad things are going to happen,” Lee said during his interview.
When Popsicle achieved the impossible by winning fifteen million more votes than Obama did in 2012 while simultaneously losing most bellwether counties and traditional battleground states,
was Senator Lee too preoccupied with chasing phantom “white supremacists” in his party and condemning patriotic grandparents as “domestic terrorists” to look around at all the numerical anomalies surrounding the election and wonder, “Does something about this whole thing smell kinda fishy?”
Republican voters could smell the fish guts of the last election from Georgia to Arizona. They had no problem understanding that mass mail-in balloting had introduced so much untraceable fraud and uncertainty into the election process that nothing about it could be trusted. Polls in November showed that half the country (including 30% of Democrats!) believed that the fix was in to give Popsicle the win.