That’s right. When you have a democratic governor and a democratic secretary of state, election results won’t come in on election night like they always have before. 


Because they are incompetent and need more time to cheat.

Michigan’s Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson was on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday and said that her state’s full results of the November 3rd election won’t be available on election day.

She told NBC’s Chuck Todd, “We should be prepared for this to be closer to an election week as opposed to an election day. The bottom line is we are not going to have the full results and a counting of all our ballots on election night. We already know that.”

Yes, she’s saying this already.

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So what is the problem?

She laughably said, amid all of the mail-in ballots, she’s shooting for accuracy. She needs time to get an accurate count.

Yeah, right. 

The democratic party could care less about accuracy. They don’t care if the voter rolls are updated. They don’t care if there is voter ID. They don’t care about anything even remotely close to an accurate count during an election.

Former Secretary of State Ruth Johnson has said that Benson’s decision to send unsolicited absentee ballot applications to nearly eight million voters may violate state laws and “threatens the integrity of elections.”

Johnson said the secretary’s election manual mandates that clerks “may not mail absentee voter applications without having received a verbal or written request.”

But democrats don’t have to follow rules when they’re trying to win an election. They’re democrats. And they’re allowed to cheat and do whatever they need to do to win.

Johnson said that she has received reports of the state sending ballot applications to a wide range of non-eligible voters, including those who have died, moved, or are not of legal voting age.

We already know that the Detroit voter rolls contain at least 32,500 more residents who are “eligible” to vote than are registered. And Benson could care less.

Republican activist Tony Daunt says, ”Jocelyn Benson was given ample notice to clean up the state’s voter rolls, and her failure to do so threatens the integrity of every Michigander’s vote. Failure to maintain updated and accurate voter rolls violates federal law and undermines the principle of free and fair elections.”

The only fairness that Benson cares about is fairness that a week allows her to help the democrats cheat to win their elections.