Thursday, September 29, 2022
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One More Thing We Can’t Trust Anymore



As the division between Americans grows, so does the number of things that we conservatives can’t trust. It is truly a shame that a group of hard-working people that love their country are being singled out.

Our elections used to be sacred, but to be honest, I don’t feel that way anymore. We used to trust the FBI, but can we really do that after the examples of bias we have seen? Our justice system was designed to be fair and balanced, that is now a thing of the past. Blatant crimes committed by the left are overlooked, while anything the right does is doggedly scrutinized and pursued.

Let’s be honest, in many cases the supposed infraction is actually invented by the liberals. The Left wants to disband the police, and routinely put criminals back on the streets. They claim the border is secure even though there is indisputable proof of the opposite.

The most recent example of what seems like an endless trail of wrongdoing was exposed about the census report. The 2020 Census bureau overcounted the population in Democrat states and undercounted in Republican states. Translated this means that the Democrat Party will receive an unjustified advantage in the Electoral College for the presidential election in 2024. Keep in mind this is the same party that was screaming to eliminate the Electoral College altogether.

An official survey shows that the census was inflated in eight states, Delaware, Hawaii, Utah, Ohio, Rhode Island, Minnesota, and New York. While the population was undercounted in five states, Florida, Texas, Mississippi, Arkansas and Tennessee.

What is so glaringly bad about this is that all five states that were undercounted are Republican states. The ones with inflated numbers, excluding two, Utah and Ohio, have been solidly in the Democrat camp.

This means Florida will not receive two deserved U.S. house seats, and Texas will be deprived of one. Is it just a coincidence that both Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump call Florida home? Based on these results Florida will be missing two votes in the Electoral College. On the other hand, the overcount in Minnesota and Rhode Island will allow them to retain one congressional seat in each state that is unjustified.

Ken Blackwell, the former co-chairman of the Census Monitoring Board and the current chairman of the Center for Election Integrity at the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) put it very well when he said, “It’s curious how errors by federal bureaucrats help the left win elections, regardless of which party controls the White House.”

So if we are aware of these errors, why are they not being corrected? Where is the loud and continuous outrage by Republicans? Republicans should be shouting from the rooftops until this is overturned. The democrats are great at creating diversions, and creating public displays over anything. Why are the Republicans so willing to let obvious wrongs stand without so much as a whimper?