President Biden? Not so fast!

Editor:
The “respected” news media now speaks of “President-elect Biden” and says claims of voter fraud in the recent election are “baseless.” We have been psychologically conditioned for months with the line that vote fraud is rare and of little impact. Is that really true?

There is ample evidence that fraudulent votes swung the elections in 1960 for Kennedy and 1976 for Carter, but in both cases, the challengers were persuaded not to fight “for the sake of national unity.” In today’s case, President Trump is fighting.

Already we have the evidence of such things as the voting software in Antrim County, Mich., which switched 6,000 Trump votes to Biden. This was caught by an alert clerk who demanded a hand count. The same Dominion software was used in 48 other counties in Michigan and in 30 other states.

Trump’s attorney Sidney Powell says there were hundreds of thousands of ballots with only Biden’s name on them, and that postal workers were pressured to backdate mail-in ballots. Lawsuits over these and other matters are being filed in courts around the country.

Why were Trump poll watchers systematically kept from observing the vote counting in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin? What reason other than to hide some untoward activity?

Whether you like Trump or hate him, what is at stake is bigger than who wins. If Americans can’t trust their elections, what kind of nation have we become?

Hunter Cobb