Count ‘Em: 21 Ways the 2020 Election Was Flawed
The January 6 committee has taken another break, no doubt because members are exhausted from bending the truth so hard, in their insistence that any talk of 2020 election fraud was a lie. The real lie is the one the committee stands by: that the election was flawless.
As John Solomon says in his latest column, “From Phoenix to Detroit, and Madison to Austin, there are now nearly two dozen credible confirmations of problems that undercut the claims of bureaucrats, journalists and Democrats that the November 2020 election was perfect. In fact, it was quite imperfect.”
Election 2020 Was a Hot Mess
Solomon goes on to list 21 examples of these problems, uncovered by Just the News during 18 months of reporting. From the Zuckerberg-funded drop boxes recently ruled illegal in Wisconsin, to the alleged violation of state anti-bribery laws (also connected to Zuckerberg and the Center for Tech and Civic Life), to the suppression by the FBI and media of evidence from Hunter Biden’s laptop, to illegal ballot harvesting from nursing homes, to “dirty” voter rolls, to many thousands of questionable signatures, to faulty chains of custody and (yes) election machine vulnerabilities and more, the election of 2020 was a hot mess. This is true when in some states the margin of victory was only a few thousand votes.
A License to Cheat — No More!
Read it and weep, Democrats. As you try again to use COVID reports (new variants!!) to scare voters away from the polls and provide cover for mass mail-in voting, be warned: we will do whatever we have to do to make sure you don’t give us an encore this fall, and again in 2024. The system has got to be cleaned up and made transparent and verifiable, no matter how much you want it not to be. The way the rules were bent in 2020 — thanks, Marc Elias — you were given a license to cheat. And it looks as though there was plenty of it.
Republicans, you know this is the take-no-prisoners strategy we have to have now. Get involved at the state and local level. Encourage in-person voting. Volunteer to be a poll worker or watcher, and be ready for every kind of funny business, especially where races are close. Because that’s the only way to protect “our democracy.”
Mike Huckabee is the former governor of Arkansas and longtime conservative commentator on issues in culture and current events. A New York Times best-selling author, he hosts the weekly talk show Huckabee on TBN.
Originally published at MikeHuckabee.com. Reprinted with permission.