AKA Catholic on Election Fraud Debunkers

Louie writes some great posts over at akacatholic.com. Election fraud debunkers. You know the “Nothing to see here” types who turn a blind eye to massive amounts of overwhelming evidence? Today I came across a Louie post zeroing in on neo-conservative Catholics. He puts into words what a whole lot of us deplorable Catholics are thinking. You might want to pass it along…

What’s with Neo-Con Catholic Election Fraud Debunkers?

Louie  January 1, 2021  No Comments

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In January of 2019, the LA Rams faced the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Championship game. The winner would move on to the Super Bowl, the loser to a long off-season of pondering what might have been.

With the score tied and less than two minutes remaining in regulation time, a Rams defender clearly interfered with a Saints receiver on a pass that had game-winning touchdown written all over it. The penalty was entirely obvious, but the referees failed to make the call. Quite simply, the rules of the game were not enforced, and the Rams went on to win in overtime.

Reporting for ABC News on the incident a few days later, journalist TJ Holmes said:

You don’t have to be a Saints fan to be upset by this. You don’t have to be a football fan, or even a sports fan, but just a fan of basic fairness. Are we gonna sit down in two weeks to watch the Super Bowl and wonder, is the right team in this game? Well, the integrity of the Super Bowl is in question.

If it’s not clear to readers already, this incident has come to mind thanks to the current controversy surrounding the U.S. Presidential Election. In the present case, the sentiments expressed by TJ Holmes are just as appropriate:

You don’t have to be a Trump supporter to be upset by this. You don’t have to be politically active, or even an American, but just a proponent of basic lawfulness. Are we gonna sit down in a few weeks to watch the Presidential Inauguration and wonder, is the right man in the White House? Well, the integrity of every U.S. Presidential Election is in question.

So-called “free and fair” elections, however, are no game. Nor is it the case that the outcome of Election 2020 has been marred by mere human error on the part of one or two men who failed in a fleeting moment. Rather, all indications are that the election results have been deliberately skewed by way of a well-planned, coordinated effort on the part of many bad actors with willful disregard for the law.

Election fraud in this case is entirely obvious to every intelligent person of goodwill willing to examine the facts, and yet there are any number of persons Hell bent on looking the other way and, ultimately, denying it.

First among them are the godless liberals. Given that these persons are so detached from reality as to insist that abortion is healthcare and males can become females – to say nothing of the fact that their candidate of choice is the one claiming victory – this comes as little surprise.

More unexpected, however, are the so-called “conservative” Catholic election fraud debunkers who are publicly repeating leftist talking points about gullible Trump supporters and conspiracy theories.Though they’re pleased to admit to the perennial existence of some fraudulent votes, they’re quick to add, but certainly not enough to sway an election.

These self-proclaimed voices-of-reason, some of them well-known in Catholic media circles, are scattered across my social media feed, haughtily looking down their noses at the riled up right.

At first glance, this may come as a shock given that such persons would never admit to casting a vote for a Democrat. In reality, however, it makes just as much sense for a conservative Catholic voter to take such a position as a godless liberal Biden supporter.

How so?

Before we get to that, we must first consider their ultimate go-to argument against the “deplorable conspiracy theorists,” which goes something like this:

I don’t know the extent of election fraud and frankly neither do you.  So far, there have been many claims, but no credible evidence.  

Eyewitness testimony is enough to justly condemn a murder suspect to death, and yet not even hundreds of sworn affidavits signed by citizens who are willing to risk jail time should they be caught in a lie are considered credible evidence to these people. All indications are that nothing short of an unassailable video of a crime being committed, or a tearful public confession, will suffice.

In cases concerning fraud, however, this type of evidence rarely exists. This does not mean that one cannot know with a high degree of certainty that a crime was actually committed.

By way of analogy, consider the CFO of a large corporation signing off on financial statements littered with entries that defy any reasonable explanation; e.g., expenses recurring at a frequency well above historical trends, the cost of common goods exceeding known market value, net deposits falling well short of reasonable expectations based on gross revenues, etc.

When confronted with the possibility of a forensic audit that could conclusively clear his good name, the CFO takes pains to prohibit it, while critical receipts that might set the record straight are destroyed.

In a case such as this – similar elements of which are present in Election 2020 – it’s not necessary to actually witness anyone in the act of embezzlement in order to know, beyond a reasonable doubt, that a crime has been committed and, furthermore, that the bottom line tallies are fake. The facts, the figures and the behavior of key personnel alone tell the tale.

Perhaps a better analogy would be a senior manager in a publicly held company who repeatedly purchases large numbers of shares of their stock just before major public announcements cause the stock price to soar. Imagine this same investor taking a short position in large numbers of shares just prior to negative news being released that causes the stock price to plummet.

Now, is it possible that this person may have played by the rules, using public information alone to make some wise investments, without any foreknowledge of future events?

Sure, one may argue that it’s within the realm of possibility,  but if it’s statistically highly unlikely, you can be sure that the Securities and Exchange Commission isn’t going wait for a recording of the alleged wrongdoing to surface before seeking a conviction for insider trading. (Unless, of course, the trader is a member of Congress!)

In the case of Election 2020, readily available data measured against well-established statistical norms, along with the publicly known timeline of events and the evasive behavior of elections officials, plainly attest to the presence of substantial fraud in large Democrat strongholds located within a select group of swing states.

Even where the numbers are within the realm of the conceivable, the odds of multiple events aligning in the way they allegedly occurred are infinitesimal, that is to say, the scenario we are being asked to accept is statistically impossible – not because the Trump team says so, but because the objective data and historical record say so.

The debunkers can examine the facts for themselves (though few seem interested), with the following article being a good place to start: Reasons why the 2020 presidential election is deeply puzzling

Thus far in my reading, however, I’ve not come across even one neo-con Catholic “debunker” who has delved into the data while offering a plausible explanation for the numerous glaring anomalies that plainly exist in the “official” election results; e.g., the unprecedented events that coincidentally occurred in multiple battleground states at roughly the same time.

Read the rest of the article HERE

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God bless you always,

Nancy M.

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