With only trivial exceptions, the same mechanisms that facilitated a Leftist takeover in 2020 are present now and will be employed in November. At least four major vulnerabilities remain unaddressed across the country. These include the near universal use of no-excuse mail in voting, the use of hackable election hardware and software, poorly maintained voter rolls, and widespread lack of adequate identification for both mail-in and in-person voting.
Mail-in Voter Fraud
While I do not recommend the default position, I can understand why some might prefer that option. Among those are the ones responsible for the fraud in the first place. One of the consequences of the audit is that of exposure. There is now extreme pressure on those responsible to take action to protect themselves and the results they obtained through their fraud.
Arizona should never have certified the 2020 election results given the high likelihood known at the time of election irregularities. The correct step to take at this time would be to decertify the election results reported. A full audit of the remaining counties should be undertaken to see if a sufficient margin of valid votes can be established to determine a winner. Failing that, the results should simply be decertified and left as unassigned electoral votes.
When the post-JFK Democratic Party adopted Marxist community organizer Saul Alinsky as its most revered political strategist, it embraced his “ends justify the means” election tactics, thus giving away the sense of honor it once had. The only issue Democrats have with election fraud is the fear of getting caught.
The effort to shift from in-person voting to mail-in voting was never about protecting citizens from COVID-19. In April, Wisconsin conducted their primary elections with virtually no mail-in voting and over 400,000 folks voted in-person, and COVID-19 cases actually declined in the following weeks.