As more and more circumstantial evidence of voter fraud surfaces, we are also hearing from whistleblowers. The apparent scale of the fraud means that many people must have participated. No doubt many of them firmly believe that defeating President Trump is fully justified and that any means to do so are just fine. But there is also no doubt that many of the people who participated in or observed voter fraud know that it is wrong, and today are feeling some guilt.
The key difference between the United States of America and other countries is that our entire system of government rests on the idea that if you do the right things, then the right things will happen. Thousands of Americans have died for our system of government that is of the people, by the people, and for the people. Voting is the cornerstone of that system. Without free and fair elections, the United States will no longer be a Democratic Republic. Does anyone really want to go to their grave knowing that they helped to undermine the greatest country in history?
So today, if you have forged ballots, destroyed votes, hacked election systems, undermined our election system, or have evidence of wrong doing, it is not too late. Come forward and tell your story. Our nation must have an election system that all citizens trust. Perhaps the results will stay the same, perhaps they will not. But that does not matter. What matters is that if you do the right thing now, you will sleep better knowing that you helped to save our election system and our nation.