Michigan Secretary of State: No Results on Election Day

Are the Democrats confident of winning? No. Otherwise they wouldn't be prepping for an extended election fraud scenario. And that's what they're blatantly setting up.

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is expecting General Election results to be delayed for multiple days this November, as the state anticipates its highest voter turnout in history.

“We should be prepared for this to be closer to an election week as opposed to an Election Day,” Benson said during an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press on Sunday. “The bottom line is that we are not going to have the full results and accounting of all of our ballots on election night. "

 “If it takes a few extra days to make sure we have a full and accurate counting of the results of every race, that’s what it’s going to take. We’re going to be transparent throughout that whole process to make sure every citizen knows exactly where we are in the counting process and how many more ballots we have to get through.”

And how many ballots we found in a parking lot.

The Democrat strategy is set. Ignore Election Day results. Keep clamoring about counting every ballot. And use Election Day results as a metric for figuring out where more ballots need to be found. Meanwhile describe these blatant abuses as the only legitimate way to conduct election while accusing everyone who wants to actually have a traditional presidential election of spreading conspiracy theories and seeking to subvert the system.

That's because leftists always accuse others of their own plots.

This election is going to be much harder to win because we're seeing a massive plot to steal the election unrolling before our eyes. Democrats are using the pandemic as an excuse to engage in ballot harvesting and to ignore the actual Election Day results. This is a Chicago election going nationwide and it's a serious threat.

Republicans always have to win by higher margins than Democrats. But the margins just keep getting higher. And if the election ends up being adjucated in the Roberts Court, the outcome won't be too hard to guess. The Democrats will argue that they're the ones following their own rules in response to the pandemic.

And Justice Roberts has been quite friendly to that line of argument.

That means Republicans need to win decisively while overcoming all these obstacles. The closer the numbers are on Election Day, the more Democrats will be able to justify dragging out the process.

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