Alexandria, V.A. – Amid COVID-19 fears, Democrats are looking to steal the 2020 Presidential Election. And here’s how they could be successful. Since the onset of the coronavirus, the DNC has looked to manifest a scheme to defraud our national election system. As fears of a fall COVID-19 resurgence swirl, states with Democratic leadership could ensure a Biden victory.
Are Republicans Powerless?
Since ending her presidential bid, Senator Kamala Harris has become a thorn in the side of conservatives. Since COVID-19, the possible VP candidate frontrunner has ignited a battle over voting by mail. The Democratic Senator from California has proposed a 1 billion dollar bill to get funding for such an initiative. President Trump has called voting-by-mail “corrupt,” but is the commander-in-chief powerless to stop the Democrats from their goal in ending in-person voting in November?
States across the nation have canceled or postponed their presidential primaries. On Monday, New York terminated its scheduled June primary, igniting a firestorm of debate from Bernie Sanders and AOC. When it comes to elections, even presidential ones, states have the power. The question is, can Trump win in a mail-in voting system. Sadly, no – and here’s why.
Breakdown of Swing States
Election analytics website FiveThirtyEight identifies the below states as “perennial” swing states that have regularly seen close contests over the last few presidential campaigns.
- Colorado – JD Polis (D) – Electoral Votes (9)
- Florida – GovernorRon DeSantis (R) – Electoral Votes (29)
- Iowa – Governor Kim Reynolds (R) – Electoral Votes (6)
- Michigan – GovernorGretchen Whitmer (D) – Electoral Votes (16)
- Minnesota – Governor Tim Walz (D) – Electoral Votes (10)
- Nevada – GovernorSteve Sisolak (D) – Electoral Votes (6)
- New Hampshire – Governor Chris Sununu (R) – Electoral Votes (4)
- North Carolina – Governor Roy Cooper (D) – Electoral Votes (15)
- Ohio – Governor Mike DeWine (R) – Electoral Votes (18)
- Pennsylvania – Governor Tom Wolf (D) – Electoral Votes (20)
- Virginia – Governor Ralph Northam (D) – Electoral Votes (13)
- Wisconsin – Governor Tony Evers (D) – Electoral Votes (10)
In the 2016 Presidential Election, Donald Trump won with 304 electoral votes over Hillary Clinton’s 227. In the above swing-states, Trump won in FL, IA, MI, NC, OH, PA, and WI. Collectively, these states accounted for 114 electoral votes. The problem for Trump in 2020? Of these swing states, he won in 2016, 61 votes now fall under Democratic governors, who will most assuredly get on board for mail-in ballot voting in November.
Democratic Governors Influence
If absentee and mail-in ballot voting are mandated by law in these democratic controlled states, Trump is in danger. In fact, POTUS stands to lose 61 electoral votes in these states. If that occurs, Trump’s 304 electoral vote count now falls to 243 – 27 votes under the 270 required. If these 61 votes fall to Biden, and he carries the 2016 Clinton count of 227, Sleepy Joe wins with 288.
The Problem with Mail-in Voting?
Democrats are not dumb! While many in this country have a hard time understanding their pandering policies, the DNC is methodical in their ways. Liberals have long pushed to open voting to anyone and everyone. The problem is, some casting those votes are not always either alive or adequately identified. Political strategists say absentee and voting-by-mail tend to favor Democratic candidates.
If Democratic-controlled states move to push to mail-in voting, it could be the year Bush-Gore (2000) all over. The US Supreme Court could decide our national election in November. If this happens, the Democrats and their mastered craft of voter fraud manifest into a Biden victory. Democrats will have stolen our election and paved the way for an irreversible course of doom for our nation.
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