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The New American
9 Sep 2023
Selwyn Duke


NextImg:Free and Fair Elections? Democrat Accuses Other Democrats of Vote Fraud in Mississippi - The New American

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Perhaps Democrat David Archie didn’t get the party memo:

Our elections are “free and fair” and there is no vote fraud.

And anyone claiming otherwise is a “threat to democracy.”

The only thing is, though, that Archie, county supervisor in Hinds County, Mississippi, says he has video evidence. As The Gateway Pundit reported, “Archie held a press conference Thursday where he announced he now has videotape of County Democrat Party Chairwoman Jacque Amous [sic] bringing thumb drives and ballots into the the [sic] counting room and inserting them in the ES&S machines.”

Providing details, WAPT 16 writes that Archie

provided what he called evidence of her [Amos’s] conspiracy correspondence.

It was a picture of a text message conversation supposedly sent to Amos that read, “Hey, don’t let them cheat Deborah Dixon out of her election. She won fair and square.”

The transcript claims Amos responded, “She won, but I’m going to (expletive) David Archie on site!!!”

“We have videotape of Jacque Amos going into boxes, bringing in thumb drives, bringing in ballots to be inserted into machines. We have pictures of Jacque Amos participating in what we think that is fraud as well as corruption,” Archie said.

The tweet below, sent by YouTube commentator George Behizy, includes a video of Archie’s press conference.

This isn’t unprecedented, either. For example, mail-in vote fraud was so bad in Paterson, New Jersey, during a May 12, 2020 special election between two Democrats that a judge ordered that a new election be held. The next year, two Democratic councilmen were indicted by a grand jury on election-fraud charges relating to the contest.

Of course, while Democrats will clearly cheat each other, some would have you believe they would never, ever steal elections from Republicans. The political version of domestic abuse is their bag.

But just try telling that to a top Democratic operative who spoke to the New York Post in the summer of 2020, under the condition of anonymity. “There is no race in New Jersey [including in Paterson] — from city council to United States Senate — that we haven’t worked on,” he stated. He also revealed that such efforts, which extend far beyond New Jersey, “could be enough to flip states.”

The operative also predicted that there “is going to be a f–king war coming November 3rd over this stuff,” related the Post. But if “they knew how the sausage was made,” he added, “they could fix it.”

The man was quite prescient, of course. There was (and is) a war of sorts over it, as millions of Americans understood post-election that they’d been cheated. This discontent was virtually always expressed peacefully (contrary to the leftist norm), but was also reflected in the January 6 mayhem. Note, too, that after provoking that reaction with electoral fraud designed to gain them power, establishment leftists then used J6 as their “Reichstag fire” moment so they could further enhance their power. It’s all very logical — and diabolical.

Returning to Dem-on-Dem cheating, it not only is common but has been “legally” institutionalized. As commentator Monica Showalter reminds us:

The Democrat establishment cheated Bernie twice to take the Democrat nomination from him, in 2016 and in 2020. He had been ahead, and they employed every dirty trick they could find to make sure Sanders didn’t get the nomination, despite his popularity with young Democrats. It was pretty much a dry run or a warm-up act for their big one — which was stealing the 2020 election from Donald Trump himself. Bernie, as it turns out, was the guy they practiced on, and he let them get away with it.

The Democrats twice bounced Bernie by, in part, using so-called “superdelegates,” whose superpower is that they can completely ignore the voters’ will. As Investor’s Business Daily explained in a 2016 piece titled “Is There Anything Less Democratic Than The Democratic Party?” these fixers constitute “747, or almost a sixth, of all 5,083 nominating delegates.”

“Superdelegates are party insiders, governors, campaign operatives and former office holders who have nominating power but who are not selected on the basis of primary results,” the site continued. “It means they can vote any way they want, even if it’s at odds with what the voters want.”

In other words, superdelegates are an insurance policy, helping guarantee pro-wrestling primaries: An outsider will be allowed to “make it interesting” so that an election seems exciting and legitimate — but he’ll never be permitted to cross the finish line first.

Also realizing this is insurgent Democratic candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. He complained in a Thursday Forbes Newsroom interview (below) of the Democratic National Committee’s “rigged process,” and explained other ways in which his party is gaming the system.

In reality, though, as with Sanders before him, Kennedy is not without leverage. All he need do is tell the DNC — perhaps privately — that if they don’t ensure a fair process, he’ll run third-party in the general election. (The threat of defeat due to the dividing of the Democratic vote is significant.)

At the end of the day, however, all this was predicted long, long ago. Late radio giant Rush Limbaugh once averred that the Democrats feel entitled to enjoy unassailable power, “resent the heck” out of having to appeal to the masses to win elections and, when they can find a way to prevail without legitimate campaigning, will absolutely do so. To a great extent, this goal has now been achieved.

To learn more about how to restore election integrity, click here.