Democrats In Disguise Push For Vote Stealing Act of 2019

That is a fake quote by Stalin, but nonetheless, it is Democrat policy. Be afraid. Be very afraid.

McClatchy:

Republicans use McConnell allies to try and force his hand on election security

A conservative group is increasing pressure on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to put election security legislation up for a vote in the Senate by airing ads that target the Kentucky Republican and four other Republican senators in their home states.

Republicans for the Rule of Law is unveiling new spots that urge Sens. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, and James Lankford, R-Oklahoma, to push McConnell for a vote, urging them “don’t let Mitch McConnell stand in your way.” The group is also re-airing a 60-second ad that calls on McConnell to act.

The 30-second spots will air nearly daily on Fox & Friends starting Wednesday. They’ll also run on Fox News Sunday and NBC’s Meet the Press in the senators’ home cities on Sunday as part of a $400,000 ad buy that includes digital ads.

The ads note the senators’ support for election security legislation.

“McConnell and all Republican Senators have no greater responsibility than protecting our elections from foreign enemies like Russia and Iran,” said Republicans for the Rule of Law legal advisor and spokesman Chris Truax.

Bill Kristol, a member of the group and the former editor of the Weekly Standard, said Republicans for the Rule of Law believes the issue deserves a hearing on the Senate floor.

“How do you defend not letting these bills come to the floor for debate and discussion?” said Kristol. “What’s the rationale for literally doing nothing?”

Everything you need to know is contained in those last two paragraphs. There are people you can count on to always do the right thing. There are people can’t count on, and then there are people you can count on to always do the wrong thing. Capt. Bill Kristol (Ahoy!) is one of the latter. He was the loudest neocon voice calling for the invasion of Iraq, then he was urging George Bush to invade Iran. Now he’s one of the loudest voices of the NeverTrump Club.

If Bill Kristol is for it, you should be against it. If he’s not scamming you then he is using you to scam someone else. He is Al Sharpton with a fancier pedigree.

I don’t need to read the text of the proposed bills to know they are crap. If they weren’t crap, Captain Bill (Ahoy!) would not be involved. Here is what Cocaine Mitch had to say:

McConnell has routinely derided the legislation and says it represents a “Trojan horse for partisan wish-list items that would not actually make our elections safer.”

There will be riders and amendments and such included, but there is one thing that definitely won’t be in any bill that the Democrats support: Voter ID. Requiring voters to produce some form of photo identification that:

1. Proves they are the person they say they are and
2. Establishes eligibility (citizenship and residency)

Is the single most effective way to deter voter fraud. The Democrats oppose Voter ID, claiming it is racist. According to the Democrats, significant numbers of minority voters who typically vote Democrat are unable to obtain government-issued photo identification. For some strange reason this problem has been going on for many years now and the Democrats have made no effort to help those people obtain IDs, even though a valid photo ID is essential in today’s society.

There is no way that the Democrats can beat Trump next year without cheating. Let’s not make it easier for them.

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38 Responses to Democrats In Disguise Push For Vote Stealing Act of 2019

  1. lyn says:

    Democrats and Never Trumpers should abort themselves.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

    If you have Netflix

    Don’t watch this. It is Obamaganda.

  3. Somebody says:

    As soon as I read Kristol was for it, I knew I was against it. Election security without voter ID is worthless, but then again I’d prefer purple thumbs.

  4. foxyladi14 says:

    Me too. :mrgreen:

  5. Dora says:

    This is so cute! 🙂

  6. Dora says:

  7. Dora says:

    Look what Fredo is upset about now.

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    Chris Cuomo Criticizes Trump for Not Aging Enough
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  8. helenk3 says:

    https://apnews.com/86167556378d4198a44e6626b02724df

    so will this be Woodstock without the music? the area 51 party

  9. Dora says:

    Still burning. Yikes!

  10. Mt.Laurel says:

    O/T

    They have been slowly trying to reorganize the various federal agencies and well – trim dead wood. Several local forums have been recently focused on one move in particular as the deadline is approaching. The crying crocodile tears are over flowing because it means some really really really smart scientists [ with PhDs] with $$$$$ salaries might have to move to the back waters if Kansas City. Many of these supposed really really really smart scientists [ with PhDs] are refusing to relocate to such loser areas. You can imagine the comments back and forth. How dare someone suggest that these really really really smart scientists [ with PhDs]. and their equally really really really smart spouses [ with PhDs] and children [ future PhDs] find themselves having to uproot from the swampland they complain about 25/8 and for pay that would now only be $$$$.

    One of the arguments going back and forth is that military have to move about a lot as do a lot of people in the private sector and other federal agencies have also relocated more than once and not all federal employees have to be in D.C. so what is the big problem with this one.

    And then I read this gem.

    People who join the military are of a different type and they know that they might be relocated and that they may not given the standard 12 month notice. They also have tons of benefits and high pay that make up such minor inconveniences.

    This was my favorite response:

    Aside from the military actually having a below average pay scale compared to the federal scale, you mean great benefits like “being sent to shitty counties to get shot at”. Awesome!

    • DeniseVB says:

      They can trim major deadwood by getting rid of a couple of useless Departments, like Education (formed under Carter) and Homeland Security (under GWB). Nobody would miss them, education can go back to the states and DHS proved worthless during Katrina when the Secretary was on vacation and nobody could get in touch with him for many critical hours. FAIL. Let FEMA become a Cabinet position again, reporting directly to the President.

      For years, the govt has wanted to move key Departments to middle America, or as the elites call it, ugh Flyover country. If they’re getting the same salary, do you know how far that would go v. DC living expenses? They could live like freaking royalty. I guess they’d miss the DC A-list parties. Especially those fluffy, old geezers with trophy wives, like she’ll move to Des Moines? Ha. I understood their rationale, be more convenient to ALL states.

      I’ve been dependent military all my life, USMC Dad, then married Mr. Oorah before my i.d. expired. Moved every 3 years til my husband retired in ’92. Not an easy life, but dh was able to retire after 30 years…..at 50 and as an 0-6. (which means we’re still making too much to qualify for subsidized housing in Anthony’s UWS neighborhood, but not enough to afford a decent apt on our own). And our house. On a lake. Is paid for. In Podunkville, Virginia. I have no sympathy for people who put prestige and perks before country. Love your damn job or get out 🙂

    • Somebody says:

      There are far too many federal employees in DC. I don’t know about other agencies, but the FAA and IRS have a lot of people on temporary duty assignment. They do that to keep HQ numbers looking lower than they actually are. Those TDA people count for staffing at the place they came from. It can really have an impact on FAA operational staffing numbers. The books say X number work here, but they don’t 🙄

      On top of that, the TDA people get per diem. That’s a hefty pay raise. There was one couple from JAX center that both husband and wife were in DC on TDA for at least a decade. They BOTH pulled in per diem, what a scam 🙄 Paid cash for a big ass house on the water here, thanks to the tax payers.

      If I were in charge of things, I’d want a count of everyone on TDA pronto. If they’ve been there more than 30 to 90 days, I’d want a damn good explanation as to why. I’d demand they all be sent back unless there was a good reason and those that stayed would be transferred and per diem stopped.

      Once you clean out that mess then start eliminating the make work GS-14’s, there are a lot of those. My dad used to say you have to be a 14 to serve coffee in DC. Transfer those dead wood employees to Alaska, if they quit so be it. Then start cutting management, government has too many managers and most of them are not good at their job. Then start eliminating entire worthless departments.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    I think military already gets free college tuition (GI Bill), but this does sound great 😀

  12. helenk3 says:

    will law enforcement ever get serious about scams against the elderly? It has gotten to the point where these scams have become normal. They happen you report them and get told oh thats a scam. YOU THINK? why the hell would we be talking to law enforcement if we did not know it was a scam
    I am wondering if it would be advisable to get a group of elderly together and start investigating them on our own. We have the time, the brains and the experience in our corner. What do you think?

    • DeniseVB says:

      We get “scam” calls all the time, we still have a landline through Verizon and they’ve been doing pretty good about alerting us to SPAM? on our caller i.d. It’s why I won’t “enter my phone number” when FB and Twitter ask for it…..for security, yeah, right. 😉

      • helenk3 says:

        I have gotten many over the last couple of years. Most of the time I just do not pay attention or if it the social security one , I tell them I am al sharpton’s cousin here illegally from syria and my sharia law is greater then their federal or state law.

        The one I got today was different. Some guy telling me the ss dept has an arrest warrant against me. I get railroad retirement not ss. but what if these calls scare someone into a heart attack? I went to the sheriff’s office and they told me they did not handle these calls call a state government agency. I did that a while ago and got a message back telling me the call was a scam. I already knew that.
        when a scam becomes a normal part of life, something is wrong

        • DeniseVB says:

          Yeah, we called our tax guy over one of those a couple of years ago, just in case. SS and IRS don’t call, they either write or send a Sheriff’s deputy to issue you a warrant. There’s some funny youtube videos of LEOs taking these calls. I do worry about the one out of a million calls they make that suck in a venerable grandma. 😦

        • Anthony says:

          I got that one yesterday. I made a total fool out of the guy after pretending to take him seriously. Pissed him right off lol

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          They called Mom too.

        • Somebody says:

          I like the IRS one, but anymore it’s just a computer. I used to toy with them. Hubby’s favorite are the Microsoft tech support guys, he loves to mess with them.

          Helen is correct though, they are dangerous for seniors. It’s only a matter of time before my mom gets scammed. She’s not in her right mind as it is. Heck even before she went downhill she freaked out over the grandson in the Mexican jail. Even though she had seen my son the evening before……mom when did he have time to go to Mexico? Don’t you think I would have mentioned him going to Mexico last night or he might have? 🙄 Thank goodness my sister happened to be there when the call came.

        • Angie says:

          Got the same call a few months ago.

          I told the guy off & reported him to my state Attorney General’s office (they handle consumer scams). I’m worried too about the people who might fall for it.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Just FYI

      I did get a legitimate call from social security. It was for my mothers account. They left a detailed message but the number did not match what came up on caller ID nor did it say SSA . I called the general information number on the ss materials of mom and got a supervisor who agreed it sounded odd as they mail directly. after they talked with others they found it was the super secret fraud department. She had to go up several levels above her to get it all verified as legitimate. I will say they were very patient.

      Turns out when you change banks or account numbers for seniors over 85, they try and make sure it is not fraud. That is the age where they start seeing the most
      Problems. It was when mom moved in with me. Her bank did not do business in Maryland and logistics would be difficult so we changed to my bank here that also has branches in pa. Ss also contacted the bank, in my bank, managers handle ss changes and the manager called me concerned that something was fishy. We ended up doing a conference call and afterward the fraud unit complimented the bank on being so on top of things and having good precautions in place for their customers and me for watching out for my mother.

      They use unpublished numbers and change them often and move often to try and keep ahead of phishing, scams, and other critters with questionable techniques that prey on the elderly. Some of the Nicest public servants I have ever encountered. I even wrote a letter to the head of ss complimenting those who helped me and mom.

      These are the worker bees that deserve our respect. They do exist. But most of them have to deal with a great deal of dead wood and high priced coffee fetchers.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Like putting a fox in the hen house. Or in this case is that a hen inf fox’s den?
      And/or
      He is moving closer to help his old running mate support the dark side of the force.

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    • Somebody says:

      They’re still safer in the detention center than the Benghazi four were at our consulate under your watch.

      P.S. I haven’t heard of any illegals being dragged through the streets, have you?

  16. Angie says:

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