Responding to video: https://www.frankvaughan.ca/fpv-218-red-alert-election-integrity-and-the-independence-of-media-academia
I was up until 3:45am, I went to bed around the time that Rebel News ended their coverage for the night. Every one of those workers who "went home to bed" for the night should have been charged with election tampering, The problem with mail-in ballots and voting in general is that each state has its own rules and regulations regarding the election process. A Federal election should have set rules across ALL of the states exactly the same rules. No accepting ballots on this day but not that day, no looking for postmarks, no going to bed. This is a major flaw in the US Election process, the lack of uniformity.
I can not remember what year it was, but I remember when Canadian media called a winner in the election and they were WRONG. And, albeit briefly after that, they made it policy not to announce winners until the Elections Canada station declared the winner first. I wish I could remember when it was, I think it was back when Mulroney was in power. It was embarassing to the Canadian media to have dared to make that mistake... my how the mainstream media has changed in just a couple decades. Now they declare a winner even when the results are legally in question.
I got into a lot of Twitter fights over the covid deaths and the Obama cages and how Trump was not responsible for either of them. I also dealt with the "conspiracy theory" of someone rigging the elections... but no one on the left dared to question the "why" and "how" the States just up and decided to go to bed and stop counting. In the key states where Trump was winning, before bedtime.
As soon as question was brought into the electoral stage that fraud "may" have occurred there should have been outrage and people demanding answers... not pretending it never happened. They have already found that dead people voted, 140 year old men voted, and ballots were not allowed to be properly scrutinized. Meanwhile... the media and Twitter...
I am still stunned that the sitting President of the United States was openly censored by Twitter on election night. I couldn't believe it was happening... until it happened each and every time Trump has posted since. It's insane!
I've argued with people on the left about this many times. If you are standing behind your opinion use your real name and real photo. If you are afraid to use them then perhaps you should re-examine what you are saying. Employer or not, you can have an opinion and if it is reasonable and fair you will be heard and Left or Right, if you are reasonable, you should be heard because that's what honest open discussion and debate of new ideas is all about.
Comments on Part 2 https://www.frankvaughan.ca/fpv-218-part-2-election-2020-can-you-say-the-same
While the Canadian system is better (election process wise), you might want to look at advanced polls and what happens to ballot boxes in between the days polling stations are open for business. As an MP electoral reform was going to be my personal project. There are things we still need to do. The electoral process must be automatic and at arms length from the Party in Power. We need Citizenship Voter Photo ID cards, if you can't prove you are a citizen then you don't get to vote (and yes, last year during the campaign I did support "residency voting", but by election had changed my position on that). We are clearly better than the US but we still have a few kinks to work out.
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