I believe that Donald Trump probably did write the following letter, because it’s fundamentally illiterate, frequently insulting, and contains wild conspiracy theory level facts. I don’t think he knows any of these facts offhand,  but I’m sure he’s got a Grievance File and when he’s having a bad night he reaches into one slot or another, “Pennsylvania” or “Arizona” or God forbid “Georgia” and gets riled up all over again before he starts breaking the TV sets and wolfing down another cheeseburger.

The Wall Street Journal has this behind a pay wall so I can’t quote the entire thing, and I’m actually surprised Trump didn’t put this out on one of his endless fundraising emails. Perhaps he intends to. Here’s the flavor of what the Journal published this afternoon. 

In your editorial “The Election for Pennsylvania’s High Court” (Oct. 25), you state the fact that a court wrongly said mail-in ballots could be counted after Election Day. “This didn’t matter,” you add, “because Mr. Biden won the state by 80,555, but the country is lucky the election wasn’t closer. If the election had hung on a few thousand Pennsylvanians, the next President might have been picked by the U.S. Supreme Court.”

Well actually, the election was rigged, which you, unfortunately, still haven’t figured out. Here are just a few examples of how determinative the voter fraud in Pennsylvania was:

• 71,893 mail-in ballots were returned after Nov. 3, 2020, at 8 p.m., according to Audit the Vote PA. None of these should have been counted according to the U.S. Constitution and the state Legislature, which didn’t approve this change.

• 10,515 mail-in votes from people who do not exist on the Pennsylvania voter rolls at all.

It goes on in this vein, citing a number of dubious but damning-sounding factoids. Here’s the part you want to see.

 Attorney General Bill Barr ordered U.S. Attorney Bill McSwain to stand down and not investigate election irregularities.

• Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook poured over $17 million to interfere in the Pennsylvania election, including $5.5 million on “ballot processing equipment” in Philadelphia and $552,000 for drop boxes where the voting pattern was not possible.

And so much more! This is why Democrats and the Fake News Media do not want a full forensic audit in Pennsylvania. In reality, 80,555 ballots are nothing when there is this much corruption or voter irregularities.

Donald J. Trump

Palm Beach, Fla.

These are a few of my favorite stats that Trump shares with us.

 A canvass of Montgomery County has identified 78,000 phantom voters, with roughly 30% of respondents unaware that there are people registered and voting from their address.

Phantom voters. Maybe ghosts who are over 18 and reside in each district should be allowed to vote, has that occurred to anyone? It might be a good idea to let them, or they’ll shriek and bang on the walls and none of the rest of us will be able to get any sleep. The Supernatural Vote could become an important identity group. Nowhere does it say in the constitution that you have to be alive, only that you have to be 18, and we could get some lively debates going on about this, in all events.

58,261 first-time voters 70 years and older.

If this is true, it makes a hell of a statement. It means that people who couldn’t be mobilized to vote by anything else in their lives finally found the specter of another four years of Trump horrifying enough to do something about it. I’m touched by that — again, if true. This statistic probably came from the same place as the one Marjorie Taylor Greene quoted the other day, that 40% of Democrats want to impeach Joe Biden. Right.

305,874 voters were removed from the rolls after the election on Nov. 3rd.

This one you’ve seen before and it’s a housekeeping routine which Trump has cobbled into the guise of egregious fraud. If you don’t vote in two consecutive elections you’re removed from the rolls. Trump knows that, but it’s part of his disinformation campaign to show “millions of irregularities” as he always cries out against in his rallies. And of course the presumption is that if those voters were still on the rolls and voted, they would have all voted for him. That goes without saying.

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. I’d like for Trump to point out WHERE in the Constitution does it prohibit the accepting of mail-in ballots after ANY time. Mail-in ballots didn’t exist when the Constitution was being written and ratified.

  2. Damn. I’m shocked that the 8 JUDGES HE APPOINTED MISSED ALL THAT & RULED AGAINST HIM, along with 53 others. What’s the world coming to?

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