Dems’ overt glee over rally ticket deceit sends up more red flags on mail-in voting

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When Democrats aren’t busy projecting their dubious behavior on the opposition, they can be found betraying their true intent.

President Donald Trump returned to the stump in dramatic flair Saturday night in Tulsa, Oklahoma, setting a clear marker between himself and the 2020 presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, who he called “a helpless puppet of the radical left.”

“The choice in 2020 is very simple,” Trump said. “Do you want to bow before the left-wing mob or do you want to stand up tall and proud as Americans?”

Amid threats of violence and other obstacles, the BOK Center was not filled to the rafters, as is common in most Trump rallies.

Aside from the left-wing mob outside the arena, Democrats like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., touted the fraudulent efforts by teens on TikTok to flood the Trump campaign with fake ticket reservations.

“Shout out to Zoomers. Y’all make me so proud,” the socialist former-bartender tweeted.

The problem for Democrats is that they expose their acceptance of dishonest, corrupt tactics to best an opponent, prompting social media users to then apply that to mail-in ballots.

The Democratic Party wants to instill widespread vote by mail requirements ahead of the November election, mailing absentee ballots to all registered voters, regardless of how long the voter may have been inactive. Mail-in voting is allowed in many states, though most require the voter to submit a request for the ballot.

Dr. Gina Loudon, a conservative media personality and co-chair of Women for Trump 2020, who also sits on the Trump campaign media advisory board, responded to AOC on Twitter.

“And there is no reason at all that we shouldn’t trust you with mail-in ballots…” she tweeted.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has tried more than once to slip a mail-in vote requirement into coronavirus relief measures passed in Congress, but for the efforts of the GOP-controlled Senate. Democrats are also fond of ballot harvesting, where they can send operatives into the field in search of ballots.

Ocasio-Cortez’s praise drew a little more scrutiny than she probably bargained for.

“Cortez, if you are willing to commit registration fraud to derail an opponents rally why wouldn’t you do the same in an election? Is that why you are pushing for a vote by mail election?” one social media user tweeted.

Though, he was far from being alone in his inquiry.

“So you admit Dems will sabotage a rally. Next target: mail in voting. Thanks for assist in understanding the game: stealing the election. And you are cheering them on. Good to know,” tweeted Jeffrey Lord, a political strategist who served in the Ronald Reagan administration.

“But they PROMISE they won’t cheat when it’s mail-in ballots. Scouts honor,” snarked another user.

Here’s a sampling of other tweets drawing serious concern about the integrity of a nation-wide mandatory mail-in voting campaign.

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