Will the Fate of the Free World Rest Upon the Vote of Dead Cats? By Chris Knight

     This is how corrupt postal voting will be. Trump, if he has half a brain left, must squash it, Covid bug or not. Hand out protective masks and the like. If there can be BLM protests, then there can be personal voting too. Just ask the cats:

“Cody, a snuggly cat in Atlanta, wasn’t alive to see any of the Obama years, let alone the Trump era, but he received a voter registration form by mail on Wednesday. Fox 5 Atlanta had the story: “How’d this happen?” former owner Carol Tims wondered about the cat deceased for 12 years — since the George W. Bush administration. “I mean, it’s not reality. He’s a cat. Here he is,” she added, holding up his remains in a tiny green container. “If they’re trying to register cats, I’m not quite sure who else they’re trying to register. I don’t know if they’re registering dogs, mice, snakes?” Tims said. Fox 5 reported the feline was a “DemoCAT.” The Georgia Secretary of State blamed third-party groups for such activity. “Third-party groups all over the country are targeting Georgia to help register qualified individuals. This group makes you wonder what these out-of-town activists are really doing. Make no mistake about it, this office is dedicated to investigating all types of fraud,” Brad Raffensperger’s office said. Cody, of course, lives in the home state of Stacey Abrams, the failed gubernatorial candidate who has since made it her mission to fight voter ID laws. The Secretary of State’s office told Fox 5 Cody wouldn’t have been allowed to vote “since he did not have a license or state ID.” It’s not clear if Cody would have been able to cast a ballot in a full vote-by-mail system.”

     Well, no, the Democrats will find someone to fill out the dead cat’s form; maybe an illegal immigrant. Yes, democracy is a joke, and it is on us.



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