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New Nevada Law Allows Democrats to Enter Nursing Homes, Vote for Dementia Patients Without Their Signature

During a low-profile midnight session, the Nevada Democrat-controlled general assembly met to do their best to fix the next general election. Left-wing radical Nevada Governor Sisolak and his demented cronies called a special session the weekend of August 1. With limited debate and scant public input, they slam-dunked a mail-in voting bill with an illegal ballot harvesting provision.

In an obvious effort to put lipstick on a pig, the Reno, Nevada Gazette reported Nevada’s new mail-in voting measure this way: “AB 4 hopes to shorten (voting) lines by guaranteeing every active registered voter receives a mail-in ballot in November’s general election.”

Apparently, the mail-in June primary election saw long lines as voters had to wait several hours at “one of the ‘extremely limited’ in-person polling places state officials agreed to keep open during the coronavirus outbreak.” However waiting times for Las Vegas slot machines and roulette tables were unaffected.

The Gazette article blithely continues, “It will also permit some of those voters, namely the elderly and those with physical disabilities, to request that someone else fill out and hand in their ballot, a practice Republicans repeatedly decried as illegal ‘ballot harvesting.’”

What gaslighting from the Gazette. What the left-wing biased Reno Gazette failed to tell citizens is that the new bill will allow widespread fraud. The harvesting will allow Democrat political operatives to enter nursing homes and “help” elderly dementia patients vote.

Here’s one possible scenario at a Reno home for the elderly:

“Hello, Mrs. Smith. I’m a friend of your late husband. I’m here to help you fill out your ballot.”

“Oh, that’s wonderful. My husband, you know, was a big fan of Dwight D. Eisenhower.”

“Well, this year, Democrats are running one of Ike’s favorite public servants, Joe Biden.”

“Oh, that’s good. I have my ballot here, but I can’t hold a pen very well anymore. And that little book I got in the mail, I couldn’t read it, the print was too small.”

“Don’t worry, Mrs. Smith, I’m here to help. Would you like me to read everything for you…Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Smith?”

(Mrs. Smith dozes off. The Democrat operative fills out the ballot voting for every Democrat candidate and signs it for her.)

Once again, President Trump called it. Just 97 days before the election, Nevada Democrats are working to steal the election, even as Nevada Secretary of State was in the midst of planning a return to in-person voting.

As Democrats leverage the Coronavirus pandemic to keep the economy sequestered, they appear to have struck gold, hoping to turn election day November 3 to election week—followed by controversy, litigation and turmoil that will make the 2000 Florida chad debacle look tame by comparison.

Don’t worry, say Democrats and their fake news media allies. Absentee voting election fraud is so rare as to be insignificant.

Except, it’s not. The Heritage Foundation cites a shameful history of fraudulent use of absentee ballots to affect the outcome of elections. The report lists 164 instances throughout the United States.

Our favorite is this example of what you simply cannot make up: A campaign worker for a Connecticut City Council candidate was paid $150 to dress up in a nurse’s uniform, complete with a certified nurse nametag. Her job was to solicit “emergency” absentee ballots from patients. She instructed voters to cast her ballot for her boss, who ultimately won the primary by just nine votes.

So, stand by, America. We could be in for yet another contested election. If the Democrats lose, fasten your seat belts for “Russia-Russia-Russia” 2.0 as thousands of Arizona mail-in ballots mysteriously show up in a Moscow post office.


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