Thought for the day

"The Elderly are useless eaters." -- Henry Kissinger, Quoted in the book "The Final Days".

Just like the 2020 presidential election, we are now in realtime witnessing the Arizona race for governor being stolen in plain sight.

The midterms were never about which candidate garnered the most votes, they were always about how the Democrats would ballot harvest.

If winning an election is a popularity contest, then social media metrics would provide meaningful insights into which candidate will win — the more followers and likes, the greater chances of being elected; to wit:

Pennsylvania governor-elect Josh Shapiro, who rose to prominence by downplaying Republican claims of voter fraud, charged one of his former campaign consultants on Wednesday with "wide scale" forgery of voter ballots.

Shapiro, in his capacity as Pennsylvania attorney general, alleges that Philadelphia political consultant Rasheen Crews duplicated more than 1,000 signatures on petitions to add his clients to Democratic primary ballots for Philadelphia city elections in 2019.

Rep. Lauren Boebert on Monday continued to maintain a thin lead over her Democratic challenger on Monday in her bid to win a second term following redistricting in Colorado that made her district more competitive.

As of Monday afternoon, Boebert led Adam Frisch by 1,122 in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. Political analysis site FiveThirtyEight gave her a 97-percent chance of holding the seat in its last election update on Nov. 8, Election Day. The seat has traditionally been Republican.

Still, at the moment, Frisch is running neck and neck with Boebert.

The people of Brazil have risen up against alleged voter fraud in the nation’s recent presidential election, with millions flooding the streets in protest.

During Tuesday’s national Republican Day, an estimated 3 million citizens took to the streets across the country and demanded the election be annulled.

Incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro and his party have responded by moving to annul the election.

The Nevada Supreme Court has rejected a request to halt the hand counting of ballots in a rural county.

The hand count began after all ballots cast in the midterms were tabulated with machines and is essentially an audit, which is not allowed under state law, the Brennan Center for Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union argued in an emergency motion on Monday.

Election machines reported more votes than physical ballots cast in two precincts in an influential Virginia county, raising concerns about election administration in the midterms after the county's former registrar was charged earlier this year with multiple election-related offenses.

Supporters for Kari Lake call for military intervention to stop the steal in her governor’s race

Supporters of Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake are desperately seeking help to stop operatives from snatching away her victory over Democratic opponent and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs.

Political commentators are crying fraud after vote tallies show more people voted for the Republican candidate in Arizona’s Treasurer race than voted for the GOP candidate in the state governor’s race.

The bizarre discrepancy can be observed in official vote tallies from the New York Times, which receives its election results from the Associated Press.