[Opinion] The importance of a full complement of justices on the Supreme Court comes clearly into focus as it becomes increasingly likely that the high court will be called on to make determinative decisions regarding voting irregularities.

IMHO, Liberal activists continue diluting common sense security measures to insure the integrity of the vote.  

Unfortunately, strategically placed activist judges are turning a blind eye to the potential for widespread v fraud that can result from mail-in ball0ting and ball0t harvesting without some common sense protections.

Those common sense protections include requiring signatures that match voting registration records and the need for a ballot to be postmarked no later than election day.  Both of these protections have been jettisoned by activist judges at the request of Democrats.

If you were to go to the polls to vote, you best show up by closing time on election day and have a signature that matches the one on record for you if you hope to vote.  In my state, you also must present identification.  

Why would judges okay less than that from those voters choosing to use the mail?  

Another tactic to worry about being advanced in  states is so called ‘ballot harvesting.’  This theoretical tactic allows the potential for a single person to round up multiple ballots and submit them in batches.  

While that might sound like a good idea to people with good intentions, the reported tens of millions ballots being mailed to addresses, many where no one requested them, offers those with fraud on their minds, millions opportunities to intercept ballots no one requested and, without signature verification requirements, to be filled out and submitted by corrupt ballot harvester.

Already, there have been reports of entire batches of mail-in ballots being “abandoned” by postal workers.  These ballots seem to me to be ripe for fraud.

Now comes word from Texas that Attorney General Ken Paxton has announced four arrests Thursday on dozens of felony charges in connection with just a single instance of an alleged vote harvesting scheme during the 2018 Democratic primary elections in Gregg County.

According to Paxton’s office, Gregg County Commissioner Shannon Brown, Marlena Jackson, Charlie Burns and DeWayne Ward face 134 felony charges in total. The allegations include election fraud, tampering with a governmental record, mail-in ballot fraud and more. (you can read the details here)

It appears the scheme was successful at flipping the election in favor of Marlena Jackson’s husband.

These arrests come on the heels of the Texas attorney general filing a lawsuit against Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins for sending more than 2,000,000 applications to voters “who do not qualify and have not requested to vote by mail” in violation of Texas election law.

That’s the alleged corruption uncovered in just two counties in Texas.  how many more examples are there around the country?

Irrespective of the potential for widespread fraud, U.S. District Judge Fred Biery, a Clinton appointee, presiding inSan Antonio ruled that Texas must give all 16 million registered voters in the state the option of voting by mail during the pandemic.

Judge Biery, ignoring the evidence before his eyes, ruled that there was scant evidence of fraud.

Fortunately, the Supreme Court overruled Biery’s decision at least while the case continues being litigated through the courts.

Lawrence David

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