The far left in America has worked for decades to change the electoral process to put them and keep them in power.
The radical liberals have tried to subvert the Constitution in several ways to destroy the very fabric of our great republic. But now, William Barr issued one warning about voter fraud every American needs to hear.
The Founders who established our nation and put in place the ingenious U.S. Constitution were smart men.
They knew that if the nation was going to survive it would need to have an electoral system that allowed for majority rule but kept in place protections for the minority.
So, instead of an outright democracy (also known as mob rule), they established the United States as a constitutional republic.
And they organized Congress so that large urban areas would not have complete control of the government.
That’s why we have two houses, with one house, the U.S. Senate having equal representation from every state no matter the population.
They also put in place the electoral college, voting procedures and requirements, and measures to ensure ballot integrity.
And to no one’s surprise, the radical left has been on a mission to change it – all of it.
Through the years there have been some changes, usually done through the process of an amendment to the constitution, as it should be done.
But in the past few years the left has abandoned those efforts and instead is working to subvert the system in a more nefarious way.
They want to destroy the entire balloting process, remove requirements and security measures, allow illegals to vote, remove photo i.d. requirements and keep voting open for months.
But their latest scheme could be the worst yet. And the Trump administration knows it.
Trump’s Attorney General William Barr said in a CNN interview on Wednesday that those who are “trying to change the rules” of voting procedures ahead of the November elections are “playing with fire.”
In a sometimes-heated interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, Barr did not back down on the issue of mail-in balloting.
When Blitzer attempted to point out to Barr that several states including Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Washington state already vote primarily by mail, Barr fired back.
“This is playing with fire,” Barr said. “We’re a very closely divided country here, and people have to have confidence in the legitimacy of the government, and people trying to change the rules to this methodology, which as a matter of logic is very open to fraud and coercion, is reckless and dangerous, and people are playing with fire.”
Barr then cited a 2005 Commission on Election Reform report to back up his argument.
The commission was chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker, and concluded that mail-in voting is “likely to increase the risks of fraud and of contested elections.”
The intensified debate regarding mail-in voting is boiling over with less than two months before the November presidential and congressional elections.
Once again, as Barr showed, the evidence is clear that total mail-in balloting is fraught with danger and could literally destroy our republican form of government if not stopped.