(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – Democrats aren’t even being shy about their nefarious efforts to steal this election. Despite the fact that President Trump had solid leads in Georgia and North Carolina, the powers at be have refused to call them for President Trump. Of course, Arizona was called almost immediately for Joe Biden despite the fact that Arizona has been a solidly red state since the 1970’s.
Now we have a better understanding as to why Georgia and North Carolina are still on the table. The Democrats need more time to steal the state from President Trump.
Despite the fact that Election Day is officially over, that hasn’t stopped Democrats from actively working to get more and more votes in and counted. In Georgia, the Democrat Party there has started recruiting residents to go out and knock on voters’ doors to help them “cure their ballots.”
“Attention everyone in or near Georgia: We need YOUR help today! This race is not over and we need every single vote to be counted. It is all hands on deck and all eyes on Georgia!” an event description on Mobilize.org, a mobilization platform, reads.
“Join us today for a virtual training to learn how to knock doors to help voters cure their ballots. We need you in this fight with us today and tomorrow and Friday. We’ve come so far, this is how we bring it home. See you in the virtual training room and out knocking doors soon!”
Though the actual process of ballot “curing” is legal, it is typically not done via the intervention of a third party, especially not one affiliated with one of the candidates in the race.
Naturally, the mainstream media and several high-profile organizations got behind this effort and tweeted out the information, urging their followers to partake.
🚨 GEORGIA: We need your help contacting voters across the state to ensure their votes are counted. Voters only have until THIS FRIDAY, November 6th – sign up to help today: https://t.co/uQuSMf6f58 1/2
— Fair Fight (@fairfightaction) November 4, 2020
Anyone in Georgia? Team Joe needs people to go door to door helping voters fix their mail in ballots so they count. Sign up! https://t.co/WD8nhbw6nc
— David Litt (@davidlitt) November 4, 2020
Others called out the last-ditch efforts of Democrats for being exactly what they are: election tampering.
“Whatever you think of Tuesday’s result, the idea that you can go door-to-door to “fix” ballots the rest of the week is ridiculous. No secret ballot, no Election “Day,” no real oversight. The Third World doesn’t even tolerate this. It’s legalized fraud. Here come the Twitter cops,” wrote one user summing things up perfectly.
Whatever you think of Tuesday’s result, the idea that you can go door-to-door to “fix” ballots the rest of the week is ridiculous. No secret ballot, no Election “Day,” no real oversight. The Third World doesn’t even tolerate this. It’s legalized fraud. Here come the Twitter cops. https://t.co/wBE0WjLMNn
— Joel Pollak (@joelpollak) November 5, 2020
Another user pointed out how the mainstream media is even in on the fix:
Leftist scumbags like @davidlitt are literally stealing the election, advertising it on social media, and daring you to do anything about it. And the entire media is backing HIM, and not the law. https://t.co/0Z098r3cMg
— Nick Searcy, BELOVED INT'L FILM & TELEVISION STAR (@yesnicksearcy) November 4, 2020
Georgia’s voting guidelines state, “If your ballot was rejected, your county elections office will contact you with a document to ‘cure’ or correct your ballot envelope. Contact your county registrar to get more information and find out what your options are.”
“One of the most common reasons an absentee ballot is rejected is because it has not been properly signed. Be sure to carefully read and follow all instructions included in your absentee ballot.”
Once again, this process is legal but is done on the part of individuals looking to correct their rejected ballot. It most certainly is not an organized “door-to-door” effort on the part of a major political party.
Democrats are desperately trying to steal Georgia.
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