Do you know what the most wonderful thing about the truth is? You can’t deny it, no matter how cloudy your logic may be. This is a lesson that the democrats are still somehow unable to learn.
Currently, we are watching at least one such soap opera play out in the case of Russia’s “meddling” in the 2016 election. The democrats are simply furious about the possibility that Russia “interfered” in our election, but they are using the highlighted word quite incorrectly. You see, Russia didn’t interfere as much as Russia exposed the truth about the DNC and their wholesale rigging of the electoral process.
The truth won and the democrats lost.
So, with another election looming, how can we best protect our voting populace from some real malfeasance, such as voter machine hacking? California republican Devin Nunes has the answer.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes wants to ban electronic voting systems, calling them “really dangerous.”
“The one thing we’ve been warning about for many, many years on the intelligence committee is about the electronic voting systems,” Nunes, R-Calif., told Hill.TV’s Buck Sexton.
“Those are really dangerous in my opinion, and should not be used. In California … at least in the counties that I represent, they do not use an electronic system,” he added.
Electronic voting systems can be susceptible to hackers, so a paper trail is needed in case of a recount, Nunes said.
This certainly won’t sit well with the democrats, however, who have spent countless hours and resources attempting to convince the youth of America that voter fraud doesn’t exist.
Trained observers, however, have been quick to point out that this wholly false statement is protecting the democratic use of voter fraud in nearly every election that they find themselves with a chance to win. 2016 was a particularly foul case, given that there may have been literally millions of illegitimate votes cast for the democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, some from non-citizens, and some from beyond the grave.