The left has made January 6, 2021, Capitol Riots, and the election fraud a huge spectacle because they know if they can show even a shred of proof that the 2020 election didn’t present fraud, they can push measures to further the unsecured voting procedures in the United States.
President Joe Biden is keen on this and knows that he was voted into office because people didn’t like former President Donald Trump rather than liked him and his policies.
A report suggests that 44% of voters in an exit poll voted against Trump.
Biden made some interesting comments, and he repeated them several times. Biden said, “The struggle is no longer just who gets to vote or make it easy for eligible people to vote. It’s about who gets to count the vote whether your vote counts at all.”
That statement is exceptionally alarming regardless of which party it comes from. The people who count the vote should have extreme measures placed on them, and it should be taken even more seriously than deciding a jury. Bias should never be a factor in the counting, and security and surveillance measures should be taken at every step of the process. That doesn’t discount anyone’s vote, but even the man or woman behind the counter at the gas station has cameras on them.
That also goes into the “big lie” about the election. Comments like Biden’s will push people further into the election fraud narrative. So, people will remember those statements when 2022 and 2024 roll around.
The only thing that the federal government would have to do is provide free identification and mandate voter I.D. laws. That would instantly take away situations like January 6, 2021, Capitol Riots. There wouldn’t be a question about who voted and if they were alive or dead or if they were fraudulently casting a mail-in ballot.
The argument, which is a decent argument, is that voting is a right while driving is a privilege. You’re required to have a driver’s license to drive but to vote because it’s a right you should be given no matter what. I get it. That’s a good argument to make. But we have to fix that. Not the right to vote, but the ability to enact voter I.D. laws. It’s not enough to complain about fraudulent votes. It’s time to take reasonable action to ensure everyone shows an I.D. when they cast a ballot. That’s on the Republican and Democrat sides of the aisle.
Also, we can’t have a president making comments about who counts the vote. That’s unacceptable and presents a narrative that Democrats are colluding with voting tabulation centers.
Also, what does Biden mean by “whether your vote counts at all?” Maybe the press can question him about that next time he agrees to take pre-selected questions.