Vigilance and sanity needs to be used by the voting public.

Don Tabor is right that Putin is feeding into the divisiveness in our country and using it for his own gains. And to the detriment of our democratic processes.

And it isn’t just Russia either. This piece talks about other threat areas we need to be aware of. The problem is many people won’t believe what is here because is is from the NY Times. One may refer to it as “shoddy reporting”. It is people like that in, this country, that need to be most vigilant. Or most worried about.

3 thoughts on “Vigilance and sanity needs to be used by the voting public.

  1. Knowing all this and with Trump still denying Russian interference because of his fragile ego is the outrageous part of the current government. And of course, his “man” in the Senate I believe is still sitting on the SAFE Act that would fund the shoring up of state election integrity.

    Trump and his followers are still looking for the buses that brought voters from Maine to Florida to vote twice.

    Or the voting machines that were brought out to the lettuce fields in wheelbarrows for the illegal votes.

    Giuliani was stomping around Ukraine looking for servers like Stanley looking for Dr. Livingston in the Congo a century ago. “DNC server, I presume?”

    Sigh.

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  2. …” his “man” in the Senate I believe is still sitting on the SAFE Act that would fund the shoring up of state election integrity.”

    Along with about 85% of all the bills the “do-nothing” House has passed and sent to him. At least the VB post office got renamed. I would love to see a GOP revolt against McConnell, but he’s too good of a politician. Even with a 38& approval rating AT HOME! Maybe he and MS Chao will retire after Trump is gone and move to the foothills of Kentucky where he can hide whatever he wants and not negatively effect the rest of us.

    Giuliani is finding what Huber found out and what Durham is going to find out. There is no there, there. Their dear leader is putting them in a tenuous position to continue their careers (Durham and Huber) in future administrations. And Giuliani continues to look like a bigger jackass than his client.

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  3. I really do have to start looking more closely at the accompanying photos.

    It’s been going on two days and I just now noticed that those weren’t the shadows of the people voting.

    Or, maybe they are.

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