after action report
What am I trying to say?
We thought we could force a manual count of our votes at the county level (because we thought county election offices existed to serve the people of the county).
Instead of getting the manual count we expected, election officials gave us this response,
We don’t have to tell you the number of votes you got, because the number of votes you got didn’t cross the threshold required for us to have to tell you the number of votes you got. So there.
To which we replied with this,
Okay…but you’re begging a few important questions.
Number one, why should we blindly trust you when you say the number of votes we got didn’t cross the threshold?
And number two, if we really got as few votes as you say we did, why is it so difficult to simply tell us what that number is? After all, it’s not against the law for you to tell us how many votes we got, nor is it against the law for you to PROVE TO US how many votes we got (by allowing us to see ALL the ballots). Nothing says you CAN’T tell us and prove to us what we got.
So why is there so much resistance on your part, as an “elected” “public servant” who gets paid by us, to actually providing us with public service?
Your refusal to be transparent is very strange to us, and disturbing.
What are you afraid of? What are you hiding? Have you been threatened?
Why are you protecting these machines and the private company they come from, over and against your neighbors and fellow citizens?
If your family members took their money, without counting it first, to a bank for safekeeping, and they were given a receipt for that money, only to find out later that the machine that counted their money had a proven history of “undercounting” money, would you not be concerned?
Would you ever take your money to that “bank” again?
Then why should we trust you with our votes, when you are placing your trust in a machine that has as proven track record of manipulating votes?
Why should we trust you when you refuse to allow us to double-check your machine “count”??
In a realistic world, you would never hand your money over to a bank without first counting that money first.
Our votes are more valuable than money.
Why do you refuse us manual counts to validate your machine “count”?
Why do you refuse us transparency and verifiability in our elections?
You have a double-standard.
You are a living contradiction.
Friends, NOT ONE Nebraska county is willing to step forward and be transparent. NOT ONE! There’s more going on here than meets the eye.
It’s time we found a way to bypass the above crooked, coordinated criminal conspiracy to defraud voters. It’s time we side-stepped the “state” when it comes to voting. Elections belong to We the People.
We thought the executive branch worked for us…i.e., for We the People.
Nope. They work for big pharma and special/big money interests.
We thought the legislative branch worked for us…i.e., for We the People.
Nope. Same as above. Our legislative branch has proven over and over that they work for lobbyists and special/big money interests, just like our executive branch.
The big money people of Nebraska (and outside Nebraska) love having control of our “elections” because that allows them to s-elect who they want.
We need to stop kidding ourselves.
People have been asking me lately to help draft election integrity legislation. I’m not interested. It’s a waste of time at this point. Legislators don’t have the backbone or integrity to go against the tide of big money interests. (I’m happy to give you the opportunity to prove me wrong.)
We thought local law enforcement existed to help keep us, our communities and our small businesses safe.
Not any more. These spineless “public servants” also serve big pharma and special/big money interests. (There are exceptions in this category.)
We thought NEGOP Chair, Eric Underwood, had the courage and integrity to take the R(INO swamp) party in another direction...a direction that secures our God-given rights.
We were wrong. We were fooled. We were naive.
Eric buckled under the pressure. He too sold us out to big money interests.
The clues were all there.
When threats were made against his small business in Lincoln during “covid,” he buckled in fear and asked another small business owner to host an event that was scheduled at his small business.
When he was Chair of Lancaster County, he talked about taking steps to advance election integrity in the state. He never followed through.
While he was seeking the position of party Chair for the entire state, he talked about calling for an audit of the 2020 election. Again, no follow through.
Eric cowered to big money when he wrote a ridiculous letter to all NEGOP counties the day before the election warning them not to vote for a write-in at the top of the ballot.
Eric is not a leader. He has proven he was not born “for such a time as this.”
No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon. (Mat 6:24)
What am I trying to say?
I’m saying that most of the traditional lines of defense for our God-given rights no longer exist, and we need to evaluate what lines we have left.
Here’s what we have left:
#1) We have the right to “keep and bear arms for security or defense of self, family, home, and others…” In light of the fact we are compassed about with so great a cloud of sellouts and traitors, I highly recommend everyone exercise this right. Be mindful, though, you might be prosecuted for carrying through on this right…our judiciary is compromised as well.
#2) We have the right to affect the sentiment of our fellow man/woman. We do this by making an appeal/argument. The aim is to get them to join us in this great cause of government of, by and for the People.
#3) We have the right to demonstrate and protest. All politicians are afraid when the People come together in united sentiment against them.
#4) Last but by no means least, we have the right to pray. This is the greatest “right” of all:
”And he [Jesus] spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint; Saying, There was in a city a judge, which feared not God, neither regarded man: And there was a widow in that city; and she came unto him, saying, Avenge me of mine adversary. And he would not for a while: but afterward he said within himself, Though I fear not God, nor regard man; Yet because this widow troubleth me, I will avenge her, lest by her continual coming she weary me. And the Lord said, Hear what the unjust judge saith. And shall not God avenge his own elect, which cry day and night unto him, though he bear long with them? I tell you that he will avenge them speedily.” (Luk 18:1-8)
”The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” (Jas 5:16)
More on that in the future.
Robert J. Borer