The old saw is that Republicans try to suppress elections and Democrats try to steal them. We are certainly seeing what appears to be the Democrats trying to steal the election in close races this year.We now know that the SEIU is in charge of the voting machines in Las Vegas where Harry Reid's name is coming pre-checked.But buried in the news is this curious story.
An Illinois county election official is telling the ABC 7 I-Team that thousands -- potentially hundreds of thousands -- of voters who are expecting a ballot sent to them by mail may be disenfranchised.Chicagoan Rosia Carter is one of 404,000 registered Illinois voters who recently received vote-by-mail requests that were sent by the Illinois Democratic Coordinated Campaign."By the time I filled it out and sent it in, my vote would not get counted," Carter said.She and others called the I-Team when they noticed the return address is not their local election official but instead a PO box for the organization.
This sounds very innocent, but we know precisely how this will work out. The Democrats, who screwed it up to begin with, will run to a Democrat on the federal bench and beg to have these ballots cast."We can't disenfranchise anyone (except the military)," the Democrats will cry. So the judge will ignore the law and ignore that it was the Democrats' own fault. And the judge will allow the 400,000 additional votes to come in.Once the barrier for ballot acceptance is lowered for these people, the barrier for ballot acceptance for other reasons will also be lowered.And once the Republicans object, the story will not be about ballot integrity. The story will be about Republicans denying people the right to vote.