Democrats and Joe Biden: When Congress reconvenes this week, Democrats hope to revive important parts of President Joe Biden’s plan, with high stakes for his legacy, the 2022 midterm elections, and millions of people seeking economic help.
Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said before the Senate adjourned that talks on a follow-up to the failed Build Back Better Act are continuing and may “take up the pace” after the two-week break.
“We’d like to obtain it.” Right now, there are a lot of discussions going on. “They don’t have a lot of granularity,” he told reporters. “With 50 votes, we’d like to move a reconciliation bill as far as you can, get as much done as we can.”
The latest effort confronts a litany of challenges, including razor-thin margins, finger-pointing over the loss of the previous measure, and the political fragility of certain Democrats as they prepare for the fall elections. After centrist Joe Manchin, D-W.Va. startled the White House by rejecting the House-passed bill in December, the Senate is expected to act first.
Joe Biden Administrates Democrats Over 16 Months
It’s been evident over the last 16 months of Biden’s administration that the Democrats are running on fumes.
They aren’t even attempting to alter their electorally toxic policies.
In terms of politics, this implies they’ll be wiped out in the midterm elections. They appear, however, strangely unconcerned, as if winning elections is no longer a priority.
One thing is certain: the Democrats are not sucking their thumbs beneath the blanket. They have a sophisticated strategy, just like Fantastic Mr. Fox.
They may be bad at the ruling, but when it comes to grabbing power through foul or fair methods, they are unrivaled.
This takes us to the sticky issue of the 2020 presidential election. The new constraints imposed under the guise of COVID, most Americans think, were not quite right.
Forget about Sidney Powell’s ill-advised Kraken, which never appeared.
Democrats attempted to tilt the playing field in their favor in a variety of ways, some of which were more effective than others. One victory was their friends in Big Tech suppressing The Post’s Hunter Biden laptop coverage before the election.
Now, troubling evidence of systematic plans to manipulate the political process is beginning to emerge — something that must not be allowed to happen again if we are to restore trust in elections.
‘Mules’ are being pursued.
The most persuasive evidence to date comes from Dinesh D’Souza’s upcoming documentary “2000 Mules,” which uses research from the election integrity group True The Vote to uncover questionable ballot collecting.
It depicts a network of “mules” in battleground states collecting votes from get-out-the-vote NGOs and stuffing them into various drop boxes in the dead of night, using cellphone tracking and surveillance cameras.
The scope of the operation is mind-boggling.
Between October 1, 2020, and November 3, 2020, True the Vote purchased three trillion geo-location signals from cellphones near drop boxes and election nonprofits. In Georgia, the deadline was set for the run-off on January 6, 2021.
Then they went looking for “mules,” operatives who collected ballots from election NGOs like Stacey Abrams’ “Fair Fight Action” and brought them to various drop boxes, putting three to ten ballots in each box before moving on to the next.
True the Vote’s founder, Catherine Engelbrecht, used the name “mule” because it “felt like a cartel, it felt like trafficking…” In essence, this is ballot trafficking… You’ve got the collectors on your hands. The stash homes, which are nonprofits, are one type of organization. Then there are the mules who do the dropping.”
Gregg Phillips, a data analyst, set a goal for each mule to visit at least 10 drop boxes within a given area and at least five NGOs.
They created a line around 309 drop boxes in the Atlanta metro region, for example, then bought all the cellphone data of people who had been near those drop boxes and NGOs.
The search was now down to 2,000 mules.
Then they began seeking footage of the drop boxes on public surveillance cameras. They discovered 4 million minutes in total across the country.
The end result is breathtaking. You can see the scheme come to life when a mule is paired with video.
After midnight, an automobile comes up to a dropbox. A man exits, stealthily glance about, approaches the voting box, stuffs a handful of ballots inside it, and flees. Then he moves on to the next box, and so on.
Phipps noticed mules in Georgia started wearing gloves after December 23, 2020. He cites a December 22 indictment in Arizona for ballot stuffing as the catalyst for the shift. “Fingerprints were used by the FBI to catch them.” Mules began to wear gloves after that.
D’Souza depicts a spider web of paths traveled by several mules between NGOs and drop-boxes, demonstrating the data trend.
The average number of dropbox visits for each of the 2,000 mules was 38, with an average of five ballots deposited per visit. That’s a total of 380,000 votes that could be tainted.
D’Souza dissects the numbers to see if they may have swung the election’s outcome.
In Michigan, 500 mules made an average of 50 dropbox visits, yielding 125,000 questionable votes, but not enough to overcome Biden‘s 154,000-vote lead over Trump.
In Wisconsin, 100 mules made an average of 28 dropbox visits, totaling 14,000 questionable ballots, only 6,000 votes short of a Trump victory.
We receive 30,000 questionable ballots in Georgia, where 250 mules averaged 24 dropbox trips apiece, more than enough to overcome Biden’s 12,000 vote edge. Georgia’s 16 electoral votes are now in Trump’s column, thanks to D’Souza.
In Arizona, 200 mules averaging 20 dropbox visits equals 20,000 questionable votes, providing Trump an additional 11 electoral votes.
In Philadelphia alone, 1,100 mules made an average of 50 dropbox visits, resulting in 275,000 questionable votes, enough to shift Pennsylvania to Trump and give him an additional 20 electoral votes.
“Surprisingly, even looking at just our 2,000 mules in these battleground states gives Trump the win with 279 electoral votes to Biden’s 259,” D’Souza argues.
Concentrate on The Future
There is currently no means to inspect such ballots to see whether they are fraudulent, but if we must have drop boxes during election season, they must be safe and monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Something is obviously rotten. However, Republican candidates — even the undeclared Donald Trump — should not be looking backward at their 2020 election loss while on the campaign trail. It makes them appear to be bitter losers.