The Daily Jot: As you enter the voting booth…

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Bill Wilson
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Monday, November 3, 2014

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As you enter the voting booth…

From 1981 through 1994 and here and there since, I was a political consultant for conservative Christian candidates. In 14 years of elections, I saw a lot of dirty politics, October surprises, and attempts at ballot box fraud. It was far more difficult and took a much more clever person to defraud a paper ballot. Now it can happen with a cunning programmer or with a certain political party controlling the programming of a machine. Complicating the problems are those states that do not require an identification to vote. Somehow we are seeing precincts vote 120% for candidates from a certain party and 0% for candidates of the other party. Dead people, illegal aliens, even pets have voted. But, wait, there’s more!

In New Mexico, a person went in to vote early and found out that he had already voted. The election officials confirmed that the person who voted first was not the person who was registered to vote. They allowed the registered person to vote, but explained there was no way to take back the vote of the illegal voter because it anonymously was recorded in the system. So even if there is voter fraud, these election board officials cannot retrieve the fraudulent vote. The election is, therefore, skewed one way or another. There have been reports of voter machine irregularities in Maryland. The last time I voted in Democrat-controlled Maryland, I asked for a paper ballot and was told that paper ballots were outlawed.

The New York Post reports that the New York State Democratic Committee is bullying people into voting by sending intimidating letters, saying, “Who you vote for is your secret. But whether or not you vote is public record. We will be reviewing voting records…to determine whether you joined your neighbors who voted in 2014…If you do not vote this year, we will be interested to hear why not.” In other words, “We know where you live.” Remember the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia who stood guard with baseball bats at voting locations to discourage white voters? Reports were that many of those locations supported the occupant of the Oval Office by more than 100%. Voting has become a full contact activity.

To me, voting is the most basic right of citizenship. You have a say who your leaders are and you need to exercise that voice at the ballot box. If you don’t like the candidates, vote for the one you think will do the best job and who aligns best with your belief system. When you are voting, pay close attention to your votes. Make sure the machine is recording precisely who you vote. If it doesn’t or there are irregularities that you notice, confront the election official at the voting location. Be polite, but firm. People are out to steal your freedom and unfortunately they have been getting away with it. Stand in the gap and protect your freedom and rights. As Proverb 29:2 says, “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked bears rule, the people mourn.” We know it all too well. Let’s make our votes count.vote3

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

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