No Election Fraud At All? Read On

No Election Fraud At All? Read On November 7, 2020

Here is a collection of articles detailing concerns. No, I don’t automatically agree with all of them (thanks for the question!). But I think there is enough here that it ought to be seriously investigated, which in the current crisis almost certainly means the ultimate involvement of the Supreme Court (as in 2000). Americans believe deeply in fair play. Republicans / conservatives lose with class (we don’t whine for four years or riot in the streets as the left does). We simply want a fair and honest election. And it increasingly looks like this election was not that, or at the very least may not have been fair and honest and legal.

Secondly: yes, the stories below are almost all from very conservative sources. But since the mainstream media (and even — seemingly — “conservative” Fox News) disallows and even censors even the possibility of fraud and seems to think it is impossible (after four years of refuted conspiracy theories about the supposed illegitimate 2016 election), then we have to read folks who are willing to entertain the possibility, due to mounting evidence. And they are almost all dyed-in-the-wool conservatives. The evidence presented below is not “nothing” (sorry).

It shouldn’t be necessary to note that a dismissal of a story / report / theory due only to the source from which it derives, is the genetic fallacy:

The genetic fallacy . . . is a fallacy of irrelevance that is based solely on someone’s or something’s history, origin, or source rather than its current meaning or context. This overlooks any difference to be found in the present situation, typically transferring the positive or negative esteem from the earlier context. In other words, a claim is ignored in favor of attacking or championing its source.

The fallacy therefore fails to assess the claim on its merit. The first criterion of a good argument is that the premises must have bearing on the truth or falsity of the claim in question. Genetic accounts of an issue may be true, and they may help illuminate the reasons why the issue has assumed its present form, but they are not conclusive in determining its merits.

As an historical example, I would remind readers that the sensationalistic National Enquirer: not exactly considered a stellar news source by either the political right or left, first broke the story of 2008 presidential Democratic nominee John Edwards’ secret love child with Rielle Hunter. Edwards later admitted it.

A second example was the infamous “blue dress” from Monica Lewinsky, that turned out to undeniably have President Bill Clinton’s semen on it. That story was broken in 1998 by The Drudge Report: a website then considered a fringe “far right” operation (it has since — ironically — actually become liberal).

Facts is facts. One must determine what they are. Sources of stories do not ultimately determine that. Fair-minded, serious, objective investigation does. And sometimes biased sources (we all have some bias in the end; it’s only a matter of degree) are actually able to do that.

As for my own political opinions and inclinations and biases, I would note that it takes a lot of chutzpah to accuse Trump of “refusing” to leave office, when Hillary invented the entire Russian conspiracy (with the help of the ridiculous farcical Steele dossier) to cover up her own complicity in Russian affairs, and to try to get Trump removed for treason, because she couldn’t admit why she lost. Then they invented the Ukrainian sham to try to remove him from office, when we had the tape of the conversation in question and he did nothing wrong whatsoever. But Biden and his son certainly did. Democrats love to project their own scandals onto Trump and Republicans. It’s diabolically clever.

Trump would have to be forcefully removed from office (so we’re told, and it’s assumed as GOSPEL TRVTH), when the Democrats — not able to admit defeat in 2016, concocted the entire Spygate scandal in order to remove him from office: employing the FBI and the CIA to do this (and previously Obama had also unethically and illegally weaponized the IRS, to go after conservatives). There was never any evidence of any of this BS. Remember the Mueller investigation and its conclusion?


Trump refuses to leave office and cheats; Democrats are always squeaky clean. Right. Trump has no right to investigate ballot fraud. After all, Al Gore took 37 days to investigate the votes in one state: Florida, in 2000. He didn’t concede defeat till the Supreme Court declared the winner. Even then, the Democrats thought Bush was an illegitimate President. Then they used the Iraqi War (which Democrats fully supported at its inception) and Hurricane Katrina to batter him into irrelevance and an approval in the low 30s by the time they were done (because Bush never fought back). Spare me. We’ve seen enough Democrat horse crap and shenanigans to reach to the moon and back.
In my opinion, these things are best determined by serious legal-type analysis and the determination of hopefully fair-minded judges and juries.
I can’t sort all of it out, myself, and would never claim to. It’s too complex and multi-faceted. I’m simply motivated to make people aware that there are shenanigans going on that seriously warrant investigation and that there are two sides to every story.
I also agree that Trump is prone to exaggerations or gross overly broad generalizations, lack of nuance, and even conspiracy theories; and I’ve always condemned his tweeting, since I condemn all tweeting as essentially frivolous and fundamentally silly. But those unfortunate aspects of Trump don’t prove that there is nothing fishy going on here at all. It’s just a variation of the genetic fallacy.
My view is that the Supreme Court alone will be able to determine what has happened here and that everyone should accept its ruling and move on. That’s the rule of law. Short of that, it’ll be chaos and mayhem, and if Biden (legitimately) wins, even he wouldn’t want such a scenario, I don’t think.
If the public (rightly or wrongly) perceives that the election was stolen in an illegal manner, then the Dems will have hell to pay and Trump (like Grover Cleveland) can simply run again in four years.


A Sampling of Election Fraud Cases from Across the Country (The Heritage Foundation; 1071 proven cases)

Yes America, there is voter fraud.  These recent cases prove it (John Solomon, Just the News, 7-27-20)

Suddenly, all the Democrat-run swing states need to stop counting ballots for awhile (Monica Showalter, American Thinker, 11-4-20)

Deception, Fraud, and Censorship: What We Can Expect After the Election (Jeff Minick, Intellectual Takeout, 11-4-20)

Yes, Democrats Are Trying To Steal The Election In Michigan, Wisconsin, And Pennsylvania (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, 11-4-20)

Big Tech Censorship Is Proof That Media Are Trying To Steal The Election For Democrats (Jordan Davidson, The Federalist, 11-5-20)

No, Democrats and the Media, We Are Not Taking Your Word for It This Election (Stacey Lennox, PJ Media, 11-5-20)

Here’s Where the Trump Campaign Has Filed Post-Election Lawsuits (Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media, 11-5-20)

Trump Campaign Mobilizes Historic Ground Game to Make Sure Legal Ballots Count (Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media, 11-5-20)

The left’s attempt to steal the election…just another night in the Deep State (Patricia McCarthy, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

Count and Recount Every ‘Vote’ Until You Win (Shama Tobin, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

With election fraud, Democrats aren’t even subtle with their machinations (Andrea Widburg, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

Glenn Greenwald launches a righteous attack against US elections (Andrea Widburg, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

The election coup plot, explained (Thomas Lifson, American Thinker, 11-6-20)

What you can do to stop the electoral coup (J.R. Dunn, American Thinker, 11-6-20)

The vast scope of election fraud in America (Andrea Widburg, American Thinker, 11-6-20)

The Morning Briefing: Dems Have Turned U.S. Elections Into a Third-World Embarrassment (Stephen Kruiser, PJ Media, 11-6-20)

The 2020 election tracks a BBC list of vote-rigging indicators (Andrea Widburg, American Thinker, 11-7-20)

American Coup Victims Will Not Go Quietly (Marc Sheppard, American Thinker, 11-7-20)

Was the Election Stolen from Trump? (Anis Shivani, American Greatness, 11-7-20)

If there’s fraud in the 2020 election, then we must find it: Devine (Miranda Devince, New York Post, 11-8-20)

America Won’t Trust Elections Until The Voter Fraud Is Investigated (Matthew Cochran, The Federalist, 11-8-20)

Trump accuses Democrats of cheating? What goes around comes around (Byron York, Washington Examiner, 11-8-20)

Gingrich: 2020 Is A Corrupt, Stolen Election, Democrats “Stole What They Had To Steal” (Tim Hains, Real Clear Politics, 11-8-20)

No One Knows Who Won the Election (Conrad Black, American Greatness, 11-8-20)

On Electoral Fraud in 2020 (Pedro Gonzalez, American Greatness, 11-9-20)

It’s possible that 2020’s election fraud is way bigger than we thought (Andrea Widburg, American Thinker, 11-9-20)

Harmeet Dhillon: Republicans fight to ensure every legal vote is counted (Fox News, 11-9-20)

Yes, There Was Election Fraud. The Question Is How Much (Margot Cleveland, The Federalist, 11-9-20)

Barr authorizes Justice to probe any ‘substantial allegations’ of voter fraud (Dominick Mastrangelo, The Hill, 11-9-20)

The Statistical Case Against Biden’s Win (Steve Cortes, The National Pulse, 11-9-20)

Trump’s Vote-Count Lawsuits: The Election Endgame (Andrew McCarthy, National Review, 11-9-20)

Trump Campaign Highlights ‘Deeply Alarming’ Election Red Flags Across the Country (Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media, 11-9-20)

The Morning Briefing: McConnell Reminds Dems About the 4-Year Election Tantrum They Just Finished (Stephen Kruiser, PJ Media, 11-10-20)


WATCH: Ballot Count Watcher Describes At Least 130,000 Ballots ALL FOR BIDEN Arriving in Three Vehicles in Detroit in Dead of Night (Cassandra Fairbanks, Gateway Pundit, 11-5-20)

First-Hand Account Of Election Fraud In Detroit: ‘They Did Not Want Us To See What Was Happening’ (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, 11-6-20)

Detroit lawsuit alleges more misconduct in elections process, seeks to delay certification (Dave Boucher and Paul Egan, Detroit Free Press, 11-9-20)

Detroit Poll Challenger Witnessed Election Workers Counting Ballots For ‘Non-eligible’ Voters, Then Kicked Out For Noticing (Jordan Davidson, The Federalist, 11-9-20)

New Lawsuit in MI Alleges “Massive Fraud’ in Election Vote Counting; Calls For New Election in Wayne County (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-9-20)

Lawsuit: Poll Workers Allege Voter-Coaching, Back-Dating, Cheating Occurred in Detroit Election Centers (Victoria Taft, PJ Media, 11-9-20)


Despite State GOP Claims To The Contrary, Georgia Is Ripe For Election Fraud (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, 11-10-20)

Georgia Republican Party head casts new doubt on election transparency (Edmund DeMarche, Fox News, 11-10-20)

Michigan USPS Whistleblower: Late Mail-In-Ballots Are Being Stamped As Received on November 3rd (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-4-20)

Trump Campaign Sues Michigan After Access To Midnight Ballot Counts Was Denied (Jordan Davidson The Federalist, 11-4-20)

Reports Of Election Fraud Keep Piling Up In Michigan. What’s Going On? (John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, 11-5-20)

GOP: Thousands of Votes in 2 MI Counties Incorrectly Directed to Dems Due to ‘Software Glitch’ and ‘Clerical Error’ (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-6-20)

Republicans expand probe into Dominion Voting Systems after Michigan counting snafu (Emily Larsen, Washington Examiner, 11-8-20)

Ronna McDaniel Presents 131 Affidavits, 2,800 Incident Reports of Alleged Voter Fraud in MI: Media Still Demands ‘Evidence’ (Megan Fox, PJ Media, 11-9-20)


Milwaukee Officials Have Some Explaining to Do (Jack Cashill, American Thinker, 11-6-20)


DOJ Looking Into Criminal Referral Alleging 3K Cases of Voter Fraud in Nevada (Tyler O’Neil, PJ Media, 11-5-20)

Trump Lawyer: Nevada Allowed Thousands of People Who Didn’t Live There to Vote (Victoria Taft, PJ Media, 11-5-20)

Dead voters. Biden van full of ballots. Trump legal team details shock Nevada claims (Emily Larsen, Washington Examiner, 11-9-20)


‘The Steal Is On’ in Pennsylvania: Poll Watchers Denied Access, Illegal Campaigning at Polling Locations (Hanna Bleau, Brietbart, 11-3-20)

USPS Whistleblower in Erie, PA Claims Trump-Hating Boss Is Postmarking Late Ballots for Nov. 3 (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-5-20)

Stealing Pennsylvania (Lynne Lechter, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

The U.S. Supreme Court Should Act On Pennsylvania’s Vote Count (David Marcus, The Federalist, 11-6-20)

A 2nd U.S. Postal Service Worker in PA Comes Forward to Accuse Supervisors of Backdating Late Ballots to Nov.3 (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-6-20)

New Lawsuit Alleges Pennsylvania Democrats Broke Election Laws (Elle Reynolds, The Federalist, 11-6-20)

A Pro Bono Lawyer for Trump Campaign Shares What He Saw in Pennsylvania (Rachel del Guidice, The Daily Signal, 11-6-20)

Giuliani: GOP Poll Watchers in PA Blocked From Reviewing Up to 500,000 Mail-In Ballots; Says Court Should ‘Set Aside’ Uninspected Votes (Debra Heine, American Greatness, 11-7-20)

Andrew McCarthy: Election 2020 – What’s going on with our Supreme Court? Here’s how to understand it (Andrew McCarthy, Fox News, 11-7-20)

Rudy Giuliani: Trump campaign has enough evidence to change Pennsylvania election results (Anthony Leonardi, Washington Examiner, 11-8-20)

Rudy Giuliani: 450,000 Pennsylvania Mail-in-Ballots Were Processed While Republican Observers Were Illegally Kept Away (Tim Hains, Real Clear Politics, 11-8-20)

How Pennsylvania Democrats Deliberately Stoked 2020 Election Chaos (Jennifer Stefano, The Federalist, 11-9-20)

Governor Wolf and his legion of darkness must be stopped in Pennsylvania (Ken Blackwell, American Thinker, 11-9-20)

Ken Starr: Pennsylvania Mail-in Ballot Extension a ‘Constitutional Travesty’ (Joshua Caplan, Breitbart, 11-9-20)


Philly’s long history of corruption includes judge convicted of bribery to cast fraudulent ballots (Carrie Sheffield, Just the News, 11-6-20)

‘American Hustle’: Party Insiders Tell The True Story Of How Philadelphia Elections Work (Chris Bedford and John Daniel Davidson, The Federalist, 11-6-20)


Trump improves Wisconsin vote total by 200,000 and loses? (Jack Cashill, American Thinker, 11-5-20)

Trump campaign staff claims to have statistical evidence of fraud in Wisconsin (Washington Examiner, 11-9-20)



“Jonathan Turley: America should welcome review for close counts” (The Hill, 11-7-20).

Turley is a Democrat, and always a solid voice of reason. He expresses exactly my view: if there is not a review, the country will become even more polarized, because a good portion of half of the voters will think the election was stolen. He writes:

Yet the public should welcome close scrutiny of these swing states. There are valid reasons to examine the figures based on the many unknowns in a new kind of election. The outcome will be determined by millions of mailed ballots in various states, some of which have never used such mailed ballots to this magnitude, and legitimate concerns were raised before the election. . . .
We need a review of counts in critical states to resolve a crisis of faith. A recent survey found that almost half of Americans lack confidence their ballots will be counted fairly. A Harvard study also found that only half of young black voters believe their ballots are even counted. This lack of faith in the electoral process has been fueled by the shift to mailed ballots but builds on growing distrust of our political system. . . .
We neither listen to nor trust each other anymore. Almost half the country voted for Trump, even after years of negative media coverage. We need neither concessions of defeat nor declarations of victory. We need transparency so that whoever is the next president can govern with legitimacy. This is why the involvement of the courts is not a bad thing.

A friend of mine wrote on my Facebook page:

Some thoughts, based on the idea that election fraud is actually a fairly serious crime. With regard to the possibility of your neighbors being criminals, the following basic principles apply: 1) everyone, even Philadelphia or Arizona voter counters and politicians are entitled to the presumption of innocence. What that means is: 2) until a court decides figures in or another jurisdiction have committed fraud, they should be innocent in your eyes. 3) Now, if Republican party officials think they have reason to think there’s been fraud or a miscount, they have the right to take their case to court for the various remedies. 4) But if the courts reject these proposals, your response as a citizen should be to view them as innocent, and the results [as] legitimate, even if lots of uncorroborated reports are saying otherwise.

Now you may be wondering, how 2 and 3 coexist? how can Republicans bring suits if they have to view the election officials innocent until proven guilty? That’s easy: no. 3 applies to the few hundred or so Republican lawyers in the country whose responsibility it is to protect the interests of their clients. No. 2 applies to the rest of the American population. Adversarial system at work.

My view exactly. But I don’t believe Democrats are squeaky clean. I wasn’t born yesterday. In a legal sense, I totally agree. But it’s a matter of record that the Democrats en masse refused to accept the rule of law (and the vote) in 2000 and 2016: even inventing entire bogus conspiracies in 2016 and involving the country in endless investigations (mat great taxpayer expense) — including a kangaroo court impeachment: all of which proved nothing whatsoever, in order to remove Trump, rather than accept the will of the people.
And that’s why I take a dim view of them (i.e., the higher levels), as a matter of my own (broad / general) opinion. Conservatives are happy to follow the rule of law. We don’t support things like sanctuary cities and illegal immigration: that are precisely designed to contravene the rule of law. We accept the judgments of juries and judges, minus the occasional miscarriage of justice like Roe v. Wade (preborn babies have no rights) or the Dred Scott case (black people are not legal persons).
We accept the will of juries when they determine that a white cop wasn’t a racist in unfortunate incidents where black suspects are killed. Etc., etc. ad nauseam.
Updated on 11-10-20.

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