It’s Official: DOJ Just Uncovered Plot to Steal 2024 Elections

Can someone kindly explain to me why it is OK for people to stand on line to get ‘booster injections,’ but standing in line to vote (something we have done for centuries) is now deemed too dangerous?

This one man’s remarks have played over and over in my brain non-stop during the Covid uproar… Rahm Emmanuel is the individual in question. In the words of the author, “Never let a good problem go to waste.”

Call me insane, but this seems a lot like that to me right now.

In every state, this is precisely what the Democrats want to see happen.

On Saturday, Governor Newsom utilized Covid as a pretext to send out millions of votes in advance of the 2020 election, thereby making universal vote-by-mail a permanent fixture in California.

Earlier this year, Governor Gavin Newsom signed the legislation into law, which became effective on January 1, 2022.

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As a result of the new legislation, all voters will get ballots in the mail for statewide and municipal elections.

As reported by the Los Angeles Times:

California’s pandemic-inspired move toward mailing a ballot to every registered, active voter will become a permanent part of the state’s political landscape, an embrace of a more extended and flexible voting process rather than the traditional focus on a single day of voting in person. The state’s political landscape will continue to evolve as a result of this move.

The signing of Gov. Gavin Newsom on Assembly Bill 37 on Monday officially elevates California to the eighth state in the country to have a statute on the books mandating every voter to receive a ballot via postal mail. The new rule is part of a broader development of voting in the state over the previous two decades, which has included an attempt to provide voters more choices in terms of when and where they may cast their votes, among other things.

“According to the data, mailing everyone a ballot in the mail ensures that voters have access. When voters get ballots in the mail, they exercise their right to vote, according to the bill’s author, Assemblyman Marc Berman (D-Palo Alto), who spoke before a Senate committee in July.

Newsom extolled the virtues of California’s new vote-by-mail rule, which he claims makes it easier for Democrats to steal elections.