by Mark Antony Rossi
In 2000, Vice President, Al Gore availed himself of the legal system for nearly six weeks for conceding the Presidential election to GW Bush.
In 2020, a badly damaged Democratic Party powered by a willfully blind News Media and a dangerously intrusive Big Tech demand concession immediately.
Somehow eyewitness reports of fraud, ballot back dating, the dead voting, service dogs voting and thousands of votes arriving back stamped with dates “before” they were mailed to voters are not sufficient grounds to seek investigation and legal remedy.
Neither side has kept its word. Both came out and declared victory before official certification. Neither side has been civil or spent much time preparing the American public for a lengthy electoral delay.
Couple these events with voting computer program issues that in two cases moved thousands of Trump votes to Biden and it is not hard to see why questions about the accuracy and fairness of this process remain a heated controversial debate.
While I must agree without a whistleblower providing direct evidence of deliberate software manipulation the voting programs have experienced flaws and a full review of all states using that system should commence without delay.
But allegations of out of state and dead people voting must be rooted out immediately especially if these happenings occurred because some states did a poor job of keeping their voting registries current.
The 2020 Presidential race is extremely close and audits, reviews, investigations, recounts are not only warranted but expected in what many worldwide observers view of the most hallowed democratic voting country on the planet.
Yet this rush only six months ago to equip some states will mail-in options appears to be at best a fool’s errand inviting systemic errors due to voting rolls with data over twenty years old. With a strong possibility, there might be intentional fraud in some instances as well.
I’ve never been one for conspiracy theories. I don’t plan to offer one here because it is not necessary to explain the current times. A body politic that screams about fairness and equality every ten minutes needs to extend those beliefs to an election in need of an honest result.
Dislike of the candidates is not an ethical mandate to accept or deny the election results while there are disturbing questions that demand a full explanation. The forces who decry discrimination should be the first voices wanting transparent conclusions based on verifiable facts.
Instead, the american society is treated again with endless social conduct lectures by those unwilling or unable to practice the foundation of all fairness in a democratic republic: the outcome of its elections. The double standards regarding these matters are no longer a water cooler conversation. We either deal with them as a nation or fail our once vaulted destiny as a place for enduring peace and prosperity.
May God Bless America.
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