Rigging The Next Election

Dear Editor,

I recently came across an article talking about what appears to be a plan by the (National Socialist) Democrat Party to affect (read “rig”) the upcoming presidential election. They are pushing authorization of mail-in voting.

The lack of presenting proper ID at the physical poll locations has been bad enough. And while I know some will say the numbers are low, my answer is ‘how do you know that for sure? Would you bet your way of life and that of your family on your answer?”

If there were ever an opportunity for fraud in one of our most sacred, important rights, it’s this, not to mention the number of Americans who, over the course of our history, have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of that right. A blind man could see the ignorance of such a move. While we’re at it, let’s eliminate the requirement to present ID to cash a check, buy a firearm, or drive a car. In fact, eliminate the need for an ID period.

Failure to ensure those that are who they say they are when voting guarantees the rapid conversion from a constitutional republic to a socialist society because of who would be making the rules. Once again, I use the camel’s nose under the tent as an example of what will, not can, but will happen in the near future to our republic.

IMO this, combined with the porous border, mostly southern but also the northern as well, the apathy by way too many Americans, the lack of good and proper representation by the professional politician class (Democrat and Republican) at the national and local level, and the dismantling of the education system as a means of furthering the dumbing down of America, you have to wonder if and when what I refer to as true Americans will finally stand up and say enough is enough.

Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor, reportedly wrote in his diary, “I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.” I for one consider myself one of those “sleeping giants.”

Are there any others out there?

Austin, it was a pleasure meeting you and thanks for the beer. Next one’s on me

Carpe diem,

Alan Marshall