President Trump (and us) warned this would happen with mail-in ballots. Now what?


WASHINGTON, DC- We all knew this was going to happen. In fact, this was the plan all along. The Democrats knew that President Trump had the enthusiasm gap on his side, even before the enormous Trump rallies over the past couple of weeks.

The plan was to create as much chaos as possible, and then when things ran out of control, blame President Trump when he questions the results. And that is exactly what’s happening.

On Wednesday morning, the president was addressing the cluster f*ck of an election, with results from (ironically) several swing states still up in the air many hours after the polls closed. And the president reminded the nation that he had predicted such a result after Democrats had urged states to engage in a mail-in ballot dump to millions of voters.

The president was leading in several battleground states, some by large margins hours after the polls closed, but since mail-in and absentee ballots hadn’t been counted yet, the final results were not reported.

When the president spoke, he was behind in Arizona because in-person election day voting had not yet been counted, while the mail-in and absentee votes had. The Trump campaign insisted that it could still win Arizona, and he even pushed back against Fox News, which had called Arizona for Biden very early.

The president spoke in the East Room of the White House just after 2:00 a.m. EST, while saying that he had expected exactly the scenario that came to fruition.

“They knew they couldn’t’ win,” he said, “so they said let’s go to court. And did I predict this, Newt [Gingrich]? Did I say this?

“I’ve been saying this from the day I heard they were going to send out tens of millions of ballots. I said exactly—because either they were going to win, or if they didn’t win, they’ll take us to court.”

The Democrats have used the pandemic as a convenient excuse for their mail-in voting scheme, supposedly as a means to prevent the risk of coronavirus transmission in polling places.

Yet, this is the same party that has excused Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots as being exempt from masks and social distancing rules, because the “cause is too big.” What a crock of BS!

The fact of the matter is, the Democrats wanted chaos, and by so doing they knew that it would set off President Trump, and rightfully so. Then they can turn around and say that Trump refused to concede. It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

The problem is that many of the states which implemented large-scale mail-in balloting had never used such a program on a large scale, which caused significant logistical problems in primaries.

Some states which had existing vote-by-mail systems sent ballots to all registered voters, whether they were requested or not, which led to ballots being sent to incorrect addresses, and many others being disqualified.

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The president posted numerous tweets expressing his concern about the mail-in voting issue.


Over time, the Twitter “secret police” began putting warnings on the president’s tweets:

As of this writing, states that President Trump led by wide margins last night have not been decided or have been put in the Biden camp…Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, while others such as Arizona and Nevada are still open as well. 

Biden on Wednesday morning assured his supporters he would win when all the votes were counted, even though at that time the president was leading in most of the states Biden needed to secure a win. Sleepy Joe must have already known the fix was in. 

Law Enforcement Today has been reporting extensively on the issues with mail-in voting leading up to the election. For more on that, we invite you to:


Both law enforcement and post office officials are investigating the circumstances of a recently discovered batch of undelivered ballots found within a post office in Florida.

Reportedly, four dozen ballots were found within the facility – with some having been filled out while others were not.

On October 31st, U.S. Postal Service Office investigators revealed that piles of undelivered mail were found within a post office location not far from the city of Homestead. Among said undelivered mail was reportedly 42 blank ballots and six completed ones.

Video evidence that was reviewed by investigators purportedly shows that the undelivered mail had been sitting there for over a week.

The special agent in charge of the postal service’s inspector general’s office in South Florida, Scott Pierce, released the following statement regarding the matter:

“The investigation is ongoing and is being closely coordinated with U.S. Postal Service to ensure all delayed mail has been properly handled and delivered.”

According to Miami-Dade County elections officials, reportedly 18 of the affected voters relating to the undelivered mail were said to have already cast their votes either in-person or by via requesting a replacement mail-in ballot.

Officials obtained the six completed ballots that were discovered and are working to contact the remaining 24 voters said to be affected by this incident.

In a statement released by Katherine Fernandez Rundle, who serves as the Miami-Dade state attorney, she noted that she’s called for an “audit” of USPS delivery outlets following the recent discovery:

“I have requested that all postal distribution centers be audited and any and all ballots that may remain in these centers be immediately transported to the Department of Elections.”

Mark Travers, who serves as the South Florida president for the National Association of Letter Carriers, had reportedly informed postal service officials that there was a present backlog related to delivers as long back as a week ago – but noted that nothing was immediately tended to when he brought up those concerns.

However, when Florida House Minority Leader Kionne McGhee shared a video online on October 30th showing the stacks of undelivered mail that came compliments of a postal worker, that was when officials began taking investigative action.

When McGhee was applying pressure to have this matter looked into, he released the following statement:

“I call on the Postal Service to correct this and promise the citizens of Miami-Dade that these ballots will be delivered in time. I call on Laurel Lee, Florida’s Secretary of State, and Governor Ron DeSantis to use their power and influence to guarantee every valid vote in Florida is counted.”

Days prior to the discovery, U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan on October 27th issued an order that the USPS will be ensuring to “the maximum extent necessary” that mail – especially election related – will arrive at their respective destinations:

“USPS personnel are instructed to perform late and extra trips to the maximum extent necessary to increase on-time mail deliveries, particularly for Election Mail. To be clear, late and extra trips should be performed to the same or greater degree than they were performed prior to July 2020 when doing so would increase on-time mail deliveries.”

Officials from the USPS have not commented on whether there’s any pending disciplinary action being taken against any employee(s) related to the discovered undelivered mail.

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With regard to concerns relating to the efficacy of mass mail-in voting, Twitter recently locked down the account of President Trump’s national press secretary for voicing those very concerns. 

Here’s that report from earlier this month. 


WASHINGTON, DC – Just before the last Presidential debate, Twitter locked down the account of Hogan Gidley, President Trump’s national press secretary for his reelection campaign.  Why, a reasonable person may ask?  Allegedly because Gidley had made a tweet disparaging mail-in voting.

Gidley tweeted:

“Got ‘my’…uh wait…no…”Daniel’s” ballot in the mail?!?  Who is that?  Apparently it’s a former tenant who hasn’t lived in the unit for 8 YEARS!!!  But yeah, sure…the mainstream media is correct…unsolicited vote-by-mail is “totally safe.”

According to Fox News, Gidley also tweeted out a picture of the mail-in ballot, with his address and Daniel’s information.  After all, he knew that the liberals would claim that he was lying and he had to offer proof to the contrary.  However, he still got called a liar.

Shortly after the tweet, Gidley learned that his Twitter account had been banned for showing that he, like many, many others in the country, have received mail-in ballots for the wrong people in the mail. 

That is not inaccurate, misleading or false, it is fact, a fact in which he was able to show proof of, however, that was not satisfactory to Twitter.

In the notice of the Twitter suspension, Gidley was informed:

“You may not post content providing false information about voting or registering to vote.”

After Gidley received his Twitter account back, after he was forced to delete the tweet in order to get access, he posted:

“I, like many other Americans, received a ballot in the mail that was not meant for me.  Twitter suspended my account for simply posting about it. 

This censorship is insanity.  We must continue to expose and fight Big Tech’s clear bias against conservatives who speak the truth.”

In an interview with Fox News, Gidley said:

“I, like many other Americans, received a ballot in the mail that was meant for me, and that proves what the President has been saying is one hundred percent correct – that there are serious issues with the Democrats’ plan for universal, unsolicited mail in voting.

“Irrationally, inexplicably suspending my Twitter account simply for tweeting about the incorrect ballot is completely insane, and it won’t cover up the fact that Democrats changing the way we vote just weeks before an election is dangerous and fraught with the potential for massive fraud.”

Andrew Clark, President Trump’s Rapid Response Director for the reelection campaign also had concerns over the Twitter suspension of Gidley.  He also noted that the suspension of the account was done a few hours prior to the final Presidential debate was aired.  He said:

“This is just another attempt by Twitter to silence the Trump campaign, hours before the final presidential debate no less.”

A spokesperson for Twitter responded to Fox’s questions about Gidley’s account suspension.  According to Fox, the account was suspended because they felt that Gidley had violated their rules on civic integrity.

The policy said that people “may not use Twitter’s services for the purpose of manipulating or interfering in elections or other civic process.  This includes posting or sharing content that may suppress participation or mislead people about when, where, or how to participate in a civic process.”

The locking down of Republican Twitter accounts has been increasing as of late. 

The week prior to this situation, the White House Press Secretary, Kayleigh McEnany, had her account suspended for sharing the New York Posts media account of allegedly damning information for both Hunter Biden and his father, current Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden, and their endeavors overseas.

They also suspended the Trump campaign’s twitter account after a post was made calling Joe Biden a liar along with videos of the alleged Biden corruption.  Twitter claimed they did so for the same reason they blocked the New York Post, because those materials could have been hacked.

Of course, Twitter had no issue with released tax records that belonged to President Trump, after the only way they could have been obtained, and released, was through some sort of criminal endeavor.


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