by Al Benson Jr.
That question might seem like an unseemly one to ask, but given the nature of today’s political system, I don’t feel it’s out of line at all. In fact, I think we’d be remiss if we didn’t ask it.
I just read an article on http://www.thegatewaypundit.com that had this headline: McDaniel Supporters Barred From Reviewing Voter Rolls in Nine Mississippi Counties and this article was posted on June 27th by Jim Hoft.
Mississippi law says that the county clerk is required to allow public viewing “of the documentation from the election, including who voted.” It would seem that the one unwritten exception to that is “except when workers for Chris McDaniel turn up and want to check the records to make sure it’s all on the up and up.” That unwritten exception seems to be in full force right now in Mississippi, as, according to the above listed website McDaniel supporters are being kept from reviewing voter records in nine Mississippi counties.
The article observed: “Lindsay Krout, a volunteer working in Mississippi, was barred from reviewing voter rolls in Lafayette County Mississippi Friday morning. Lindsay said when she went to the Lafayette County courthouse this morning (June 27th) and was forced to wait for an hour. Then the County Clerk told her the Secretary of State’s office said the county had to redact the social security numbers and addresses from the voter rolls. The clerk said it will take until Wednesday to redact the information. And the county will charge McDaniel supporters for the extra work. Lindsay said McDaniel supporters in Lowndes County and Lauderdale County faced similar pushback from local officials.” The same game seems to be going on in Stone County, Marshall County, Quitman County, Forrest and Smith Countys. And the Governor would like to certify the election on Monday. That way all those “loose ends” about who really won will be all neatly tied up and shoved down the memory hole and none of it will make any difference.
Whatever they plan on doing in Washington when Congress reconvenes they must need Thad Cochran’s vote for and they know they won’t have it if McDaniel is declared the winner because of vote fraud, which from what I have read, there seems to be quite a bit of in this election.
If they find evidence of vote fraud after the election has been certified, will it make any difference then, or will that just be swept under the electoral rug with the rest of the garbage? Mr. McDaniel says he has evidence of around 1000 votes in Hinds County where the voter voted twice. How many more are there in these nine counties where his workers are getting the bum’s rush because the County Clerks won’t let his workers check the voting records–at least until after the election is “certified.” Something smells rotten here, folks, and it ain’t all in the State of Denmark. Most of it is in the State of Mississippi–and you can’t even blame the Democrats for it. You have to blame the “conservative” (what a laugh) Republicans.
Don’t forget to check out some of those websites on the Internet that deal with Republican and Democratic involvement with the Council on Foreign Relations. I realize it will take time away from the ballgame, but you DO need to be aware of this.