TGP’s Jim Hoft and Radio Host John Fredericks Debate GOP Voting Strategy on Steve Bannon’s War Room (VIDEO)
On Friday morning’s War Room The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft and John Fredericks from The John Fredericks’ Radio Network debated GOP voting strategy in this year’s midterm election.
This came after The Gateway Pundit posted a response to GOP Chair Ronna McDaniel’s lackluster appearance on The War Room earlier in the week.
Our argument with the GOP chair was based on her suggestion that Republicans vote as early as possible in person.
Those fighting for election integrity over the past few years are stunned by that comment. You’re suggesting people vote almost 3 weeks before election day. This would allow Democrats massive insight into who voted, who has not, areas of low participation, the vote gaps in races, and much more. In the days and weeks leading up to election day, Democrats have near real time data on mail-in ballots, in-person voters, UOCAVA (uniform military and overseas voters), provisional, everything. Their voting analytics systems rival that of NASA.
Conservatives can help disrupt their massive insight by shortening the opportunity of Democrat election malfeasance. That means you vote on election day, and in person. GP readers are acutely aware that Democrats use various methods to obtain insight into how many votes they need to win. Instead of giving Democrats 3 weeks to influence an election, legally or otherwise, you reduce this window to just a few hours by voting in person. Early in-person voting already started September 23rd in four States. Ronna, our elections have become nothing more than “glorified surveys”.
As an example, one Democrat analytics firm posts in-person voter totals on Twitter. Their analyst did this for the 2020 General and again for the 2022 Primaries. He posts charts showing exactly how many voted in-person, by party, ballot requested over the previous 60 minutes. For instance, shortly after 9AM he posts how many voted between 6-9AM. Shortly after 10AM he posts totals from 6A-10AM, and so on. There’s a new chart at the top of every hour, until the polls close. They have access to this data when the election officially starts, not just election day.
In the past, this company UpLift has posted mail-in ballot details on their website as ballots arrive in the weeks leading up to election day. That Twitter account shows they also dissect to the precinct level. If this is what they share publicly, imagine the data they have privately. Many wish conservative rural Counties would withhold voting results until all sketchy liberal jurisdictions report, even it this takes days. We need to disrupt their election insight because this is what triggers their extensive voter fraud.
Most jurisdictions start tabulating ballots well before election day. These results are not made public until election night. This does not mean they are “kept secret”. It would be naive for anyone to believe early tabulation results do not end up in the hands of election operatives. In fact, it’s easier then you think. Many like Utah County use the ESRI Election Management System. The below dashboards of 2020 election results are from Utah and Illinois.
We would love to have an off the record chat with the RNC to see how we might help (honestly). We know you’re preparing to run for a fourth consecutive RNC term in January. That would make you the longest-serving RNC chair since the 1800s. Remember, it was Donald Trump who put you in that job, and his name and celebrity bankrolled the RNC.
So repeat after us…
Vote on Election Day, and in Person!
Our friend John Fredericks has a different idea. John is calling on Republicans to vote early and in person. Joihn argues that working Republicans may miss voting if they wait until election day. John also argues that all of the major candidates are telling Republicans to vote early in person.
Here is Jim Hoft during his appearance this morning.
And here is John Fredericks from this morning on The War Room.
We are open to your thoughts on this very important matter.
Plan to vote like your life depends on it – Because it does!
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