By now you know about Jill Stein's request for a recount of the presidential votes in MI, WI, and PA.
Ms. Stein claims that she is calling for recounts because "we deserve election results that we can trust," and cites the
potential for certain types of voting machines to be hacked.
The B.S. meter just went off scale.
First, and foremost, if Ms. Stein was seriously concerned about
the hack-ability of voting machines, Stein and her "scientist"/ activist friends should have raised the issue long BEFORE the election at a time when it could have been fixed.
Second, until now, no
one really questioned the election results, so Stein's reason for requesting
the recount is a lie. Mrs.
Clinton already conceded the election without requesting a recount,
and there has been no evidence found whatsoever that any hacking had
Third, Ms. Stein has no chance of winning (the usual reason for requesting a recount) and does not represent the public (she is not an election official). And . . .
Fourth, it is
strange that someone who did not garner more than 2% of the vote and admits to engaging in vandalism could gather the millions of
dollars needed for a recount in such a short period of time. Who is supplying the cash?
Add on to all this, the stories floating out there about George Soros' connection to election machines in use in the US, his donations to Mrs. Clinton's campaign, and his upsetting the politics in overseas countries and then financially profiting from it, one really has to wonder what is going on.
Rather than give us "results
that we can trust" Ms. Stein appears to be searching for reasons for us
to distrust our election system. That serves our enemies well. If the results are upset, the turmoil would serve our enemies even better.
wonder why the Green Party is called the "Watermelon Party": Green on
the outside but Red on the inside."