Point One To True Election Integrity: Clean Out the Voter Rolls
POINT ONE – CLEAN OUT THE VOTER ROLLS
All structures intended to last for more than a few days are built upon a foundation, ensuring they are anchored and not easily moved. The home or building maintains its structural integrity as the earth shifts and hurls its natural power and force at it.
Likewise, any skill set is based on a foundation. A successful athlete first has a base of fundamentals that has developed from an early age, allowing him to field a ground ball, catch a pass, execute a layup, or skate on the ice. Musical greats once sat and learned from someone with more experience, just to learn the basic keys or strokes associated with the instrument at hand.
Take away the foundation of a home, and the weakest hurricane will blow it over. Take away the fundamentals, and the potential All-Star talent at shortstop is unable to make the most routine play. Take away the underlying foundation meant to ensure the integrity of an election – and you have a recipe for disaster.
That foundation is the voter roll.
Clean voter rolls are the foundation for a successful election. Filthy voter rolls choked with imaginary, dead, illegal, duplicated, or otherwise ineligible voters are the foundation for third world “selections.” When combined with the dastardly practice of no-excuse “mail-in” balloting, the results are catastrophic.
Nevada used the COVID scare to declare “mail-in” ballots sent to the entire voter roll. Spot checks and localized audits of the voter roll has revealed massive foul play in the integrity of said roll, in a state decided by just over 30,000 votes that clearly would have been legitimately won by Donald Trump. Wisconsin’s voter roll was recently unveiled to the public, featuring voters registered multiple times, or as apostrophes and other assorted punctuation marks, or in sequence registered on the same date over a century ago en masse.
Don’t believe me? Fine – have a look at the image below. Unless cultural norms in Madison are different than any other mid-sized college city, I find it curious that more than 20 adults would be registered in a single apartment unit.
In the next image, the addresses listed feature hundreds of registered voters at the same addresses. Surely just an oversight, an extra voter or two – or maybe 359? After all, some cultures believe in multi-generational living arrangements.
Wisconsin’s voter roll is so filthy, in fact, that the Speaker of the State Assembly in Wisconsin, Robin Vos, was forced by massive evidence to admit that the 2020 election in Wisconsin, and other states, was tainted by massive, widespread election fraud. Sure, there are individual mechanisms for executing the fraud – drop boxes, harvesting, machine fraud – but the foundation of the deception lies with the rolls throughout the states. Without the rolls being utterly corrupted, fraud would be isolated to fewer instances and in much lower doses.
Now, on to solutions. It is simple – the rolls must be cleaned out. I have heard drastic solutions, such as emptying the roll entirely, and having all legal voters register with some form of legitimate verification. This would be frowned upon as a waste of time, money, and suppression, but is necessary for clearing out rolls that have been neglected for decades, eliminating illegal aliens, wiping out duplicate registrations, and identifying ghost (phantom) voters, who never were real in the first place.
The rolls across the country appear to have exploded in time for the 2016 and 2020 election cycles, though the turnout corresponding to the inflation didn’t materialize until 2020. The Republican nominee, Donald Trump, received the increase in votes (11 million) that registration numbers in Republican strongholds or states that register by party would predictably forecast. Democrat numbers, in states registering by party, seriously lagged behind GOP numbers, but “non-affiliated” numbers soared, a result of artificial inflation of rolls, or of other policies such as “motor voter,” which has permanently corrupted elections in Oregon, already compromised by mail balloting.
To taint elections by any methodology, the voter rolls must be completely filthy. With millions of residents in major metros, sliding in a few hundred thousand imaginary registrations is child’s play, allowing major cities to come with the expectation of drowning out suburban and rural areas in nominally traditional or conservative states, like Pennsylvania, Minnesota, Colorado, or Oregon.
All fraudulent election practices can be banned, but if voter rolls are left as they are, the rotten foundation remains in our system of elections. No plan to cure electile dysfunction is a serious one if it does not call for auditing, dumping, and re-filling the registration database.