Tag: “voter suppression”

“I am not delusional” ~ Stacey Abrams 2019

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has a message for Republicans and anyone else to the right of Saul Alinsky: “I am not delusional. I know I am not the governor of Georgia – possibly yet.” What a strange and totally non-delusional statement for this woman to make. Just remember guys, voter fraud isn’t real and RethugliKKKans only win because of “voter suppression.” Another sanguine observation from Ms. Abrams at here recent Houston jaunt:

They are trying to erase our democracy, corrode it so much so that we stop believing in it. Because they know that that’s the only way to hold onto the power they have.

Yes, Herr Drumpf and his supporters are tearing the country apart and the Democratic Party is doing nothing but bringing the republic closer together. I’m pretty certain that everyone reading this understands what delusional means, but let’s take a look at the exact definition:

adjective
  1. characterized by or holding idiosyncratic beliefs or impressions that are contradicted by reality or rational argument, typically as a symptom of mental disorder.
    “hospitalization for schizophrenia and delusional paranoia”
    • based on or having faulty judgment; mistaken.
      “their delusional belief in the project’s merits never wavers”

     

Let’s look back at what the Democrats think of those who don’t accept election results:

Never forget folks, voter fraud isn’t real…

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A strong, independent woman who don’t need no man. Stunning and brave…

It looks like the Democrats are a little bit salty about losing elections and “history” not bending to their arc. Let’s take a look at a few recent stories, the first in Elmwood Park, NJ. It seems that Democratic Mayor Francesco Caramanga has actually resigned for filling out the ballots of registered voters. For our next example of non-existent voter fraud let’s move over to a different corner of the country:

The Texas Attorney General is accusing Mayor Richard Molina of directing voters to change their addresses to residence that they did not live in to include some of the Mayor’s former campaign staff:

According to a news release from the attorney general’s office, Molina directed voters to change their addresses to places where they did not live — including an apartment complex owned by Molina — so they could vote for him. Molina, hailed as an “anti-establishment” outsider, won the election by 1,240 votes, unseating incumbent Mayor Richard Garcia in the South Texas town.

A total of 18 people have been arrested in connection with the scheme, according to the attorney general’s office.

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If you believe that the dead never vote from beyond the grave, then don’t read this story from CBS Los Angeles that found several hundred dead people continued to cast ballots for their favorite candidate year after year.

‘He took a lot of time choosing his candidates,’ said Annette Givans of her father, John Cenkner.

Cenkner died in Palmdale in 2003. Despite this, records show that he somehow voted from the grave in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008 and 2010.

But he’s not the only one.

CBS2 compared millions of voting records from the California Secretary of State’s office with death records from the Social Security Administration and found hundreds of so-called dead voters.

If you ever decide to think that voter fraud might be real, just stop thinking. It’s just a coincidence, don’t believe your own lying eyes. If you don’t look for it, it just doesn’t exist right?

Fox News – Stacey Abrams again claims she won Georgia governor’s race: ‘I’m not’ a good sport

Houston Chronicle – In Houston, Stacey Abrams revs up Democrats over voting rights, 2020

Fox News – Democratic NJ mayor resigns, charged with election interference

Texas Tribune – Edinburg Mayor Richard Molina charged with orchestrating an illegal voting scheme

CBS2 Los Angeles – CBS2 Investigation Uncovers Votes Being Cast From Grave Year After Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

All I see are NPCs! We live in a society!

Didn’t take long for the YouTube account associated with the video to get terminated. At least I had the foresight to save the video as soon as I saw it:

(1 April 2019) Edit: I’ve noticed that this post is getting a lot of hits still so here’s the full song NPCs of Society:

It’s amazing how such an accurate description of progressives can hurt them so badly and quickly. The New York Times article on Non-Playable Characters (NPC) is so unintentionally hilarious I can’t help but wonder if it’s written by a Republican as a joke. Let’s take a look at a modern socialist’s attempts to understand humor and the Internet:

The campaign, which was born in the fever swamps of 4chan and Reddit message boards, involved creating hundreds of fictional personas with gray cartoon avatars, known as NPCs.

The enlightening commentary on Internet jokes just keeps getting better and better:

These accounts posed as liberal activists and were used to spread — among other things — false information about November’s midterm elections

What the hell, does the author think that this is some elaborate scheme by the Russians (who can do everything by the way)?

NPC Wojak is a variation of Wojak, an old cartoon (also known as “feels guy”) that has become a kind of collective mascot for the far-right commenters online. In recent weeks, users on 4chan and Reddit have made all kinds of memes featuring NPC Wojak.

Oh look, tis the far-right pejorative used again on someone that doesn’t agree in lock-step with the Democratic Party and media.

And then, when progressives object to a meme that portrays them as unthinking automatons, it becomes another piece of evidence: See? The left can’t take a joke.

Glad to see that we can agree that the left has no sense of humor. If you guys could take a joke there would’ve been no need to write this dumb article or for Twitter to ban thousands of obvious parody accounts.

The campaign began as a joke. But a few of the accounts started posting misleading information about the midterm elections, including encouraging liberals to vote on Nov. 7. (Election Day is Nov. 6.)

Damn, the author really doesn’t have a sense of humor does he? Has Mr. Alex Burns never heard this joke before? Does he really not understand it? This next excerpt takes the cake though:

Are these Russian bots?

Probably not. (Although some of the NPC accounts may have been automated, there is no sign that Russia is involved in this.) Mostly, it appears to be a 4chan joke that spiraled into some mild voter suppression.

An Internet meme is now voter suppression, who knew? Since the NPC meme is so clearly effective and accurate why not post up some NPC memes? Enjoy and be sure to share with your fellow NPCs!!!

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An article by The Independent is also pretty hilarious.