Certainly you've seen all of the recounts being done in various states across the nation. It just amazes me how it is usually, like 99.9% of the time, usually, when the Democrat party candidate has lost the race. You'd probably be shocked to know that I have several observations about the entire situation.

Primarily in Florida, but it has happened right here in NM as well, ballots are being found in the strangest of places. In the trunk of a car parked at the airport. In a warehouse. In a closet at the county clerk's office. In thin air. And it's happening in the same places that it's happened before, e.g. Broward County. Wouldn't you think that after it happened once, steps would be taken to ensure that it did not happen again? If you think that, you're not a proper liberal elite politician.

Why is it that the ratio of 'found' votes counted in these jurisdictions are often heavily weighted towards the Democrat candidate? Wouldn't you think the count would reflect the ratio of votes in the original count? How can 7000 votes from provisional or missing ballots lean towards the Democrat party's candidate by 80%, while the Republican party candidate 'won' the original count?

Many of the Florida districts said they could not conduct the recount in the time allotted, which is 3-4 days after the recount is ordered, yet they can tell us the final vote count on election day? Many county clerks said they had mechanical malfunctions and couldn't complete a recount, but the same machines were used on election day.

Broward County failed to get their final recount tabulation reported by the deadline. They turned it in at 3:02 p.m. when the deadline was 3:00. Yet they finished the recount at 12:30 a.m. The clerk even posted a video showing everyone celebrating. But they couldn't turn in the vote count almost 15 hours later?! Maybe it had something to do with increasing the vote totals for each of the Republican party candidates. Maybe.

Stacy Abrams and the Democrat party are suing in federal court to have the votes of non-citizens counted, since apparently they couldn't find enough dead people to vote for her.

We are told by the Democrat party elite and their friends in the media that the Republicans lost and should learn to lose 'graciously'; when talking about the reversal of results in NM & AZ. Yet it's the Democrats who are suing, demonstrating violently, and touting voter suppression, cheating, and even calling for changes to the U.S. Constitution, in places where they lost.

Nothing has changed in the way the party apparatus operates for the Democrats; they will do anything to win. Maybe, someday, more people will wake up and see what is going on. Maybe.

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