Former Vice President Joe Biden and the Democrats have found a new way to attempt to steal the November presidential election.
Using coronavirus as a reason, the Democratic presidential front runner has suggested virtual voting for the 2020 election.
This from the same people who have insisted that Russia “hacked” the 2016 presidential election though no evidence exists that that happened.
Biden was talking to Brian Williams on MSNBC on Tuesday when he made the radical suggestion of online voting.
He said that there is “no rationale for eliminating or delaying” the general election this November despite the pandemic.
And he said he does not see how the Democrats are going to be able to hold their convention in July.
“It’s hard to envision that,” he said to Williams during the “11th Hour” “We should listen to the scientists.”
“We ought to be able to do what we were able to do in the middle of the Civil War all the way through to World War II,” he said.
“Have Democratic and Republican conventions and primaries and elections and still have public safe – We’re able to do both.”
House Speaker and Democrat California Rep. Nancy Pelosi wanted $ billion in the stimulus for help with the election.
But the things she wanted included same day voter registration, absentee ballots for every registered voter and more early voter registration.
These were opposed by Republicans but these would be simple ways for an election to be stolen by any Party.
“The things they had in there were crazy. They had things, levels of voting that if you ever agreed to, you would never have a Republican elected in this country again,” President Trump said in an interview on “Fox & Friends.”
“They had things in there about election days and what you do and all sorts of drawbacks. They had things that were just totally crazy,” he said.
But Biden said that the president’s assessment was “absolutely ridiculous” when he spoke to Williams.
“This is about making sure that we’re able to conduct our democracy while we’re dealing with a pandemic. We can do both,” Biden said.
“It may mean a difference in the way we do it. It may mean that social distancing doesn’t get it done. It may mean that you have a circumstance where you have drive-in voting literally, you pull up and you vote. There’s a lot of ways to do it, but we should be talking about it now,” he said.
This first appeared on the Sabia Report and is used with permission.