Letter: You can't have unity if one party steals the election
Why do you think there are these delays happening? It is so particular cities know how many ballots they need to have to push their candidate over the line.
In response to " It's time to put unity over party " by Josie Danz:
You can’t have unity when in certain cities that carry a lot of votes kick observers out for the vote count, illegally. Or in another city they covered the windows up so no one could see in after they kicked everyone out.
You can’t have unity when there are massive delays. Why do you think there are these delays happening? It is so particular cities know how many ballots they need to have to push their candidate over the line. I have never witnessed where an election in a state like Nevada that has a possible 1.8 million voters take four days after the fact to count votes. Additionally, they have come out and said they will be done by Nov. 12th, a week plus two days after the election. But then you have Texas that counted 11 million actual votes in less than one day. Almost 10 times the amount of Nevada votes.
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This is what sews distrust in the government and between parties. Everyone wants a fair, unbiased election but Democrats aren’t wanting to do that. It appears that can’t happen in places like Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Phoenix, and so on.
As Danz said the rhetoric was fueled by President Trump but fails to give examples of leaders on the other side. We have democratic leaders, like Rep. Maxine Water, D-Calif., telling her followers to go after people in restaurants who are eating peacefully. She tells her followers don’t give them peace. We have BLM torching cities down for the wrong reasons.
Joe Biden wants unity for the next four years, but honestly, he is not the one to do it. He proved that point with his on-ground voter operators that have illegally kicked people out according to state court order in Philadelphia. And have carried out similar operations in the other previous mentioned cities.
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