Election fraud that the US courts don’t want to know about

The United States Supreme Court has rejected the lawsuit brought by the state of Texas challenging the presidential election result on the grounds that Texas does not have ‘standing’ to bring the case. The state has ‘not demonstrated a judicially cognisable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its elections’, the court opined. Conservative Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas did not appear to agree with their colleagues in this but evidently did not prevail.

The legion critics of the legal actions being brought by Trump and others are fond of pointing out how many of the cases have already been thrown out by the courts. But, as Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani notes, no court has yet given the evidence a hearing of any kind: ‘Not a single court decision has had a hearing yet. They haven’t heard from a single witness. They haven’t looked at a single tape. They haven’t listened to a single recording.’

The baffling question to neutral observers is: Why don’t they want to know? As much as the media love to repeat the assertion that the allegations are baseless, in truth there is no shortage of evidence of serious widespread irregularities and anomalies in this election. (See, for example, Patrick Basham’s excellent summary here, a handy infographic from the Epoch Times here, a first-hand account from a Philadelphia count observer here, a video of suitcases of votes in Georgia being pulled out from under a table and counted once all observers had been sent home here, a first-hand account of a poll worker seeing batches of mail-in ballots for Biden that, illegally, showed no sign of having been mailed-in here, and evidence of more than 21,000 named anomalous votes in Georgia here.)

What is going on, that even with so much evidence of prevalent, outcome-tipping fraud, those presenting it cannot get a hearing, cannot set out their evidence to a court or other body that has the power and is prepared to use it to intervene and remedy the problem?

The overwhelming impression I’ve had is of a judicial system that doesn’t want to know. Yes, there’s fraud in American elections, they say. But it isn’t widespread. It isn’t enough to affect the outcome. But how can they know? Such a claim surely depends on the margin of victory, and when a margin of victory is as small as it is in Georgia (about 12,000 votes), how can they be sure the amount of fraud is not greater than the difference in vote tallies without having a close look? 

The truth is that it simply mustn’t be enough to affect the outcome. It cannot be. Not because this is impossible (it is more than possible), but because the alternative is much too inconvenient and explosive to contemplate. It would mean they actually had to do something about it, find a remedy. But what could that remedy be? Would an American court dare to overturn the result of a democratic election, even one that had been proven to be fraudulent?

As one judge in Detroit put it as she rejected one of the lawsuits on procedural grounds: ‘The people have spoken’ – begging, of course, the entire point at issue.

And as another judge in Atlanta said as he threw out a different lawsuit, again on procedural grounds: The plaintiffs are seeking ‘perhaps the most extraordinary relief ever sought’ in connection with an election. ‘They want this court to substitute its judgment for that of two-and-a-half million Georgia voters who voted for Joe Biden, and this I am unwilling to do.’ 

No standing, too late, no legal mechanism, too extraordinary, I am unwilling, the people have spoken – as these non-hearings go on, it’s increasingly clear that the courts have absolutely no intention of taking responsibility for enforcing electoral law or remedying serious breaches of it in the manner required.

It must be counted a major defect in the American system of democracy that an effective means of facing up to and addressing widespread, proven election fraud is absent. In principle the state legislatures and courts are empowered to do something about it. But in practice it appears to be unthinkable, and indeed has never been done before. No matter how much evidence is produced that should compel action, no one appears to have any intention of changing the habit of a lifetime.

Hear no fraud, see no fraud, speak no fraud. Can’t we just move on? We all know Democrats cheat. But never enough to affect the result. Never, you understand. And what are we supposed to do about it now? The people have spoken. Look, even the dead voted in this election, and there’s no arguing with them.

First published on Conservative Woman.

4 thoughts on “Election fraud that the US courts don’t want to know about

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  1. I’m glad you’ve written about this important matter. Well done, good solid coverage, so little is said on it, yet it’s a key issue at this turning point of the West. These freedoms grew out of Christianity: “we forgot God and all this happened…” as Solzhenitsyn would say.

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  2. I know for certain that I’m not alone in experiencing a pit-of-the stomach unease. And, for those of us who share it, it must be a common experience that it has been rapidly growing during this internationally and domestically chaotic year of 2020. It’s compounded by the nightmare reality that far too few people seem to share any concern at all: they seem to be oblivious to what is happening in plain sight. I think the evidence is now overwhelming that self appointed global influencers and their widely dispersed supporters have almost universal control over the political narrative as well as majority control over popular opinion. It’s totalitarian, atheistic, and (now emboldened by Coronavirus) it’s overt. The freedom to speak up against it is rapidly closing down – particularly at the hands of big tech controllers such as Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. The MSM in large part signed up to it long ago.

    Anyone who has taken an interest and seen the evidence pile up of misinformation and corrupt voting procedures during and since the presidential election in the USA will sense that ordinary American voters have been cynically done over. It was bad enough that the MSM kept tight lipped before the election regarding all inconvenient reporting about the Democrats and Joe Biden: there was a wealth of highly disturbing information which any democratic process should have ensured was made public. But evidence of electoral malpractice is perhaps even worse.

    The much amplified ‘mail in’ system for the 2020 election, the design and operational insecurity of the Dominion software, countless sworn affidavits of malpractice in the vote counting, and the improbability of county and state voting statistics all combine to make a compelling case that the evidence be fully and openly tested in court. It might be a complicated can of worms but a democratic process which the judicial system shows no inclination to defend from corruption is no longer democratic. In such circumstances a sham democracy becomes an easy tool to enable political operators to bypass the will of the people and shape future events (including elections) as they please. There is henceforward no obvious way of regaining genuine democracy.

    Despite suffering 4 years of vilification, misinformation and obstruction, Donald Trump has made valiant efforts to reign back on the globalist agenda and once more establish the idea of free, independent nation states as the best situation in which world harmony and individual freedom can flourish. But he has been the last block in the road to the World Economic Forum’s global aspirations – something which today’s Democratic Party clearly supports. They needed to get rid of him and, by hook or by crook, they’ve done it.

    Trump’s depiction of ‘clearing out the swamp’ rang true with voters despite the howls from ‘the swamp’. All that is now to be reversed by the Democrats; and we have to realise that many Republican politicians will also be overjoyed to see the back of Trump. He was always a political outsider. Now that the election result is beyond challenge, the reality of the Democrats’ totalitarian agenda is being revealed to the American people. They can expect to hear a lot about the Great Reset, ‘Build Back Better’, and ‘You’ll own nothing and you’ll be happy’. It may go down well in the big cities but there’s a major part of America which will fight it – literally if necessary.

    So did the American people really vote for this? I very much doubt it. Perhaps one day the truth will out; I wouldn’t dare to predict in what circumstances. But I can confidently opine that much prayer is needed for the American people, and our world, right now.

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  3. The election result was in line with every opinion poll. The internet loves a conspiracy theory but the legal system in a western democracy only handles hard evidence.

    To say that an entire national police investigation agency and judiciary is knowingly colluding to cover up massive and systemic election fraud is like claims that NASA faked the moon landings or that 911 was planned by a US military ticked off by post-cold war budget cuts.

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  4. …And Donald Trump’s toe-curling ‘sore loser’ behaviour speaks eloquently on why so many will be relieved to see him gone, however unchristian his successor turns out to be. Had Trump not been so flawed a personality he would have won the election as his policies were mostly OK and his Supreme Court nominations sound.

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