By: Donald J. Trump
Election Reform must happen in the Swing States like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Arizona where voters have lost confidence in their electoral process.
The Secretary of State in Pennsylvania allowed 21,000 deceased registrants (dead people) to remain on the voter rolls for the 2020 Presidential Election—a total disgrace! Republicans in State Legislatures must be smart, get tough, and pass real Election Reform in order to fight back against these Radical Left Democrats.
If they don’t, they’ll steal it again in 2022 and 2024, and further DESTROY our Country!
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3 Replies to “Statement By Donald J. Trump On Election Reform”
Gape my ass papi cult leader.
Drop dead you fascist cunt.
American and Canadian governances typically maintain thinly veiled yet strong ties to large corporations, as though elected heads are meant to represent big money interests over those of the working citizenry and poor. Accordingly, major political decisions will normally foremost reflect what is in big business’s best interests (but don’t expect to hear this fact readily reported by the mainstream news-media, which is concentratedly corporate owned. Western governances like those of Canada and the U.S. are steered by corporate interests, sometimes through economic intimidation.
Anyone who doubts the potent persuasion of huge business interests here need to consider how high-level elected officials can become crippled by implicit/explicit threats to transfer or eliminate jobs and capital investment, thus economic stability, if corporate ‘requests’ aren’t met. (Does Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s SNC-Lavalin affair/corruption come to mind?) It’s a crippling that’s made even worse by a blaring news-media that’s permitted here to be naturally critical of incumbent governments. Also, Western corporate lobbyists actually write bills for our governing representatives to vote for and have implemented, supposedly to save the elected officials their own time. I believe the practice has become so systematic here that those who are aware of it (which likely includes political writers) don’t bother publicly discussing it. It has become the norm.