As Democrats in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, and across the Midwest embark on an extremely suspicious vote count, we were reminded of the day only a couple of weeks ago when Joe Biden told us, flat-out, that he’d put together the biggest “voter fraud organization” of all time. We kinda brushed it aside when he said it, figuring this was just another example of one of his countless gaffes.
But hey, maybe he was actually telling the truth for once.
“We have put together, I think, the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics,” Biden said in a recent video.
Trump representatives and Republicans of course jumped all over this statement.
“BIDEN ADMITS TO VOTER FRAUD! Joe Biden brags about having the ‘most extensive VOTER FRAUD organization’ in history!!” White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany wrote on Twitter.
Coming as this did from a guy who has said that COVID killed 200 million Americans, has repeatedly forgotten what state he’s in, and has claimed to be running for the U.S. Senate, we didn’t think too much about it. It was funny, and we don’t blame Trump and his people for jumping all over it, but come on. Even if Joe Biden was the crookedest candidate in U.S. history, he wouldn’t just come out and admit something like that. It was a non-story.
Or was it?
What Biden was almost certainly alluding to was the “election protection program” his campaign put together – a full-scale effort to battle in court if there are legal challenges to the vote. Now, with strange things afoot in several tight states, those legal battles are almost certain to play out. Imagine that: Biden knew! But what did he know?
Did he know that people would raise an eyebrow if Michigan were to suddenly come up with 100,000 votes, all of which were for him? Did he know that people might have a problem with Pennsylvania’s policy to count all ballots, regardless of whether or not they are even postmarked? Did he know that some of these Democrat schemes to swing the election might be resting on very questionable legal theory?
We can only assume that he did know these things. And no, we don’t think that Biden was suggesting that he had built an organization aimed at committing voter fraud, but that might be what it comes to in the end, regardless. After all, voter fraud is the Democratic Party’s bread and butter.
Both before and after the election.