Here's an idea to consider: What if all of the various Trump threats to disrupt the election process - the assault on the post office, the Right Wing poll watchers, etcetera - are a smokescreen or a dodge, an act of intentional misdirection, to keep the populace and the mainstream media from discovering the most significant issue, which is the corruption of the electronic voting system itself?
If not addressed, this will guarantee a Trump victory. So far, this magic trick of misdirection has been very successful. In fact, Trump is doing what he and the Right so often do: Projeting exactly what they are doing - stealing the election - on the Democrats. Liberals and Leftists are focused on mobilizing the voting base but are not addressing the integrity of the electronic voting machines as much as we need to do.
I recommend reading through Jennifer Cohn's many articles on the corruption of the electronic voting process. For instance this article on The Council on National Policy is essential reading.
The Council for National Policy (to which Kellyanne, Bannon, the DeVos family, the Mercers, Pence, Ken Blackwell, and two men whose families funded the largest voting machine vendor in the U.S.) has set a deadline of 2020 for restoring “religion and economic freedom and Judeo-Christian values” under the Constitution.
"The CNP’s 2014 vision statement lays out its goal: “A united conservative movement to assure, by 2020, policy leadership and governance that restores religious and economic freedom, a strong national defense, and Judeo-Christian values under the Constitution.”
The article explores how owners of the two largest voting machine companies used in the US, Election Systems & Software (ES&S) & Diebold Election Systems, belong to the CNP. ES&S is now owned by an ominously named company, Dominion.
You can read all of her in-depth reporting here: https://medium.com/@jennycohn1
Good podcast on the subject from
I still think we should all vote and hope that the votes are counted. Also the more overt the manipulation, the bigger the resistance will be.