Arguments the GOP No Longer Have Pt 4: Rigging Elections
In the first 3 blogs of Arguments the GOP No Longer have, I discussed the antiquated rhetoric of the GOP such as freedom, rights, patriotism, being pro-business, and being fiscally conservative which we see to be are lies with an $899 billion increase in the deficit along with $1.5 trillion added over 10 years due to the “budget cuts.” To add to the arguments the GOP no longer have is rigging elections. Sidebar: the illegitimate Governor Brian Kemp without evidence stated the DPG was trying to hack voter registration which we know was lie. Not only that, it’s funny how these old white guys are constantly lying without any evidence to support.
From my state of Georgia, to Florida, Wisconsin, North Carolina the rigging of elections from the GOP was rampant and we now see just how far they will go even when we the people say we don’t want you.
“Sidebar: the illegitimate Governor Brian Kemp without evidence stated the DPG was trying to hack voter registration which we know it was lie.”
The fallout from Georgia’s Governor’s race continues to be questionable with an illegitimate Governor-Elect Brian Kemp rigging the elections by purging millions of voters in one year and Gwinnett county throwing out absentee ballots at a higher rate due to signatures errors and the exact match law created by Brian Kemp to continue voter suppression. As a nation we saw the blatant voter tactics by a group of people who are dwindling and are doing what they can to stay in power.
Lie, Cheat and Steal the Grand Old Pricks:
The tactics of voter suppression from Georgia, North Carolina and Florida are history repeating itself in the modern era. However, it’s baffling the GOP blatantly rigs our system and believe what they are doing is for the good. Sidebar: since rigging the elections, our nation has lost our international influence in the world, our nation is in more turmoil than we have seen in decades and we are behind on the basic domestic issues which have stifled the millennial generation. No longer can the GOP argue rigging elections when they are doing this act eroding our democracy.
“Sidebar: since rigging the elections, our nation has lost our international influence in the world, our nation is in more turmoil than we have seen in decades and we are behind on the basic domestic issues which have stifled the millennial generation.”
A few “issues” during the 2018 midterms were voter machines overheated, clerical errors were made, ballots thrown out without notifying voters which is not part of the law in Gwinnett County Georgia where I live, and in North Carolina completing absentee ballots on behalf of the voters is illegal which is what a campaign worker has done. What needs to upgrade is how America conducts elections, the antiquated way of our elections no longer fits the new demographic and the direction of our nation. Not upgrading how our nation conducts our elections is long overdue, America cannot continue down this path of an antiquated system equipped for the changes our nation is facing with different generations, ethnic groups, and polarization of politics.
“Specifically, what needs to be upgraded is how America conducts elections, the antiquated way of our elections no longer fits the new demographic and the direction of our nation.”
GOP Dwindling Away:
Every election, specifically in Southern states there is always issues of voting machines switching votes, absentee ballots not being counted, and some absentee ballots being thrown out because of their signatures. In addition, Wisconsin denying Native Americans their right to vote in their own nation because they use P.O. box is a clear example of the GOP who is dying along with their pale male voter base trying to hold on to power they created off the backs of people of color.
“The GOP dwindling away is a good thing for the nation because of the backward policies stagnation which has drastically held our nation back.”
The GOP dwindling away is a good thing for the nation because of the backward policies stagnation which has drastically held our nation back. Mitch McConnell, Orrin Hatch, Chuck Grassley and many other Grand Old Pricks who have been in Congress for 30 plus years are responsible for our nation being behind on raising the minimum wage and universal health care our allies have surpassed America. Furthermore, condoning the actions of GOP candidates in the 2018 midterms is clear example the length they will go to stay in their positions or gain power.
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