Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Cocktails & Popcorn: 2018 Detroit Primary Election Fraud?

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2018 Detroit Primary Election Day Cocktails
"Trust me, you need a cocktail after attempting to vote."
The 2018 Primary Election in Detroit absolutely sucked, badly.

As a matter of fact, the Detroit election, which carries the state, sucked so badly, I would not be shocked if there is a do-over.


I had to literally, not a joke, literally, step over campaign volunteers on the sidewalk, in front of the church entrance, where I went to vote.

No poll worker cared when I mentioned it and their candidates did not win.

I voted, but it took a while to get a ballot.

It seems, the workers were having serious issues when it came to enumerating the ballots, sequentially, like what comes after 68, which took a good five minutes of serious debate.

I know I should have videoed but I was absolutely mesmerized watching the intensity of the debate.

The result was to just renumber the voting record.


The ballot was so poorly designed, being a straight party ballot, I did not even fill out the back because it was so poorly constructed, I was distracted.

Well, perhaps, it was constructed intentionally to distract, because there was a special election where the 13th Congressional District candidates for the full 2 year, was on the back side.

No one really showed up at my precinct polling station, but at least this year, unlike the 2016 Primary Election, I got the proper location from online searches, unlike others who ended up just throwing their arms up in the air.

I am most certainly curious about the entire absentee ballot process and FEC campaign finance irregularities, but hey, what do I know?

It does not matter because you know I did my thing, which I am not going to share at the moment, because I already know the results of the election.


I wonder what happens when it is discovered that the elections were compromised.


Writ of Mandamus?


Oh, the possibilities are endless...

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