Yesterday, Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race for the Democratic Party presidential nominee, which poised Joe Biden to become this year’s Democratic contender. Sanders is a self-proclaimed Democratic socialist. I’m personally happy he dropped out, but I’m also shocked that America has gotten to the point that an out-and-proud socialist like Sanders has a huge following.
When I found out about Sanders, I reached out to my friend, Charles Hart, who is an attorney in Orlando, Florida, and chairman of the Republican Party in Orange County. He and I had a great discussion, which I want to share with you today.
Charles and I both think the Democratic Party has gotten increasingly liberal in recent years. He says that many Democrats rallied around Sanders in the 2016 presidential campaign because they hated Hillary Clinton so much. Of course, she ended up winning the nominee, but that move still served to push the Democratic Party further left than it ever had been before.
Charles recalls one debate in which the moderator told participants to raise their hands if they believed illegal aliens should receive free health care. Every one of the Democratic nominees raised their hands, including Sanders and even Biden.
“The last thing we need is a socialist in this [presidential] race,” Charles says.
And I agree. In fact, to me, it almost seems like the Democratic Party is imploding, especially with Biden as a candidate. In my podcast with Charles, we talked about how Biden is not very relevant as a presidential candidate. And what’s worse, his memory may be failing him. How can someone like that win a debate against Donald Trump? Or run an entire country?
But the media will do everything it can to cover Biden’s tracks, Charles says. And Democrats will continue getting their votes in unethical ways. That includes ballot harvesting and voter fraud, which I talk about in depth in my latest book, God, Trump and the 2020 Election. (Don’t you find it interesting that whenever dead people vote, they always vote Democrat?)
“So they’ve got their perfect candidate, they’ve got their perfect slate, and then they’re trying to rig the game so they can win,” Charles says. “So it’s literally almost textbook what they’re trying to do.”
I’ve experienced this fraud firsthand. My mother, who is 91 and living in an assisted living center, is still a faithful voter. One day when I took her to the polls to vote, the volunteers told me she couldn’t vote that day because she already had.
How could that be? It’s possible, of course, that she filled out a ballot by mail and simply forgot. But my mother, who has dementia, doesn’t have the presence of mind to even go through that process. Of course, I couldn’t prove any of this. But this incident showed me just how deep the voter fraud goes.
If you haven’t already, make sure you listen to my podcast with Charles. We discuss how the coronavirus will affect the upcoming election, especially with how it has undone all the work Trump has done for the economy over the last three years. You don’t want to miss this episode!