Wisconsin activists which are fighting for voter integrity are a prime example for the rest of the country to follow. This year they have successfully cut down the programs used to manufacture votes for the Democratic Party. The difference between the two parties is quite clear. The Republicans are concentrating on getting voters to vote for them. The Democrats focus on ballots. In other words, they do not rely on voters, they rely on getting their hands on ballots filled out or blank.
They can always fill out the blank ballots any way they like. And since they have convinced 30 states to use ERIC for determining voter rolls, they give their bosses at the DNC names they can use on those blank ballots. Voters who moved or are dead are alive forever on the voter rolls. You can vote Republican your whole life, but you can vote for Democrats in perpetuity. It is like you have become immortal and senseless.
Perhaps the two states most reflective of ‘ballots’ being more important than ‘votes’ are Michigan and Pennsylvania. Despite negative polling and public opinion toward two specific candidates in those states, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Pennsylvania Senate candidate John Fetterman achieved victories.
Whitmer and Fetterman were not campaigning for votes, that is old school. Instead, the machinery behind both candidates focused on the modern path. The Democrat machines in both states focused on ballot collection and ignored the irrelevant votes as cast.
Since the advent of ballot centric focus through mail-in and collection drop-off processes, votes have become increasingly less valuable amid the organizers who wish to control election outcomes. As a direct and specific result, ballot collection has become the key to Democrat party success.
The effort to attain votes for candidates is less important than the strategy of collecting ballots.
A vote cannot be cast by a person who is no longer alive, or no longer lives in the area. However, a ballot can be sent, completed and returned regardless of the status of the initially attributed and/or registered individual.
But, Wiscon activists played a different game than the ones in Michigan and Pennsylvania, where Republicans generally roll over and play dead. Well, I assume they are playing, it could be that they are really dead. The Wisconsin activists went after the voter rolls, exposing empty lots where ballots are cast from and proving that some voters moved out of state as well as voters who are not eligible to vote. This neutralizes the way most votes are manufactured and 8unless I miss my guess they will now try to prove that some of the votes that were cast were fraudulent.
“Votes require people, ballots require systems. Republican officials, Republican politicians and the Republican voters need to switch the emphasis from people (votes and poll watchers) to systems in these states.”
Conservative Treehouse November 2022