Several Elections Still Waiting For Cemetery Votes To Arrive And Russian Hackers To Complete Their Work
Midterm elections in Georgia and Florida have been over for a week but it is still too early to call a winner. Election officials in both states say that there are two primary factors for the delay.
Jim Randolph (a Republican) and Ophelia Barrett (a Democrat) are overseeing the overtime vote count efforts of the Southeast Election Committee. “What we are seeing is a larger contingent of marginal voters than ever before,” explains Barrett. “These midterms brought out more voters than usual. This includes voters who are deceased as well as foreign votes. For instance, ballots from deceased voters are coming in slowly. Election enforcement officers are validating ballots with grave markers even as we speak. And there are thousands of central Americans in that huge caravan who have voted, but the ballots are still working their way across the border. We suspect that Republicans have intercepted the human mules carrying the ballots and detained them. These future Americans have a vested interest in the outcome since immigration is sure to be at the forefront of legislation in the near future.”
Randolph adds, “And likewise, there are still Russian hackers who are trying to do their job of influencing the election, but keep running into red tape. It has been much more difficult for them to work ever since 2016. We have confidence that they will be able to counteract the fraud by the Left, but not if regulators keep shutting them down. I might add that the Russians also have an investment in the election. And we certainly don’t want to tick them off.”
Both sides agree that regulation is killing the process. Jim says, “I think I speak for both of us when I say that we should just put Kamala Harris and Donald Trump, Jr. in a cage match and let the winner decide the Party that will run the whole nation for the next 4 years.” Ophelia agrees, “Yeah… I’m good with that. I certainly think Harris will have a distinct advantage. But if the other side is willing… let the games begin. And frankly, let the games begin even if your side isn’t willing.”