Wednesday, October 28, 2020

"Can I Change My Vote?" Trending On Google

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Google searches for "change my vote" have spiked and are trending over the past few days.

With nearly 60 million having already voted, Americans are obviously interested in changing their vote.

Buyers remorse.

Can you legally change your vote having already voted?

Yes, in some states.

Be informed, not influenced. 

Americans are having second thoughts following the revelation of Hunter Biden's corrupt "business deals" in China, Russia, Ukraine, and other foreign countries---and the "laptop left in the shop" that reveals that father Joe Biden did indeed know what son Hunter was doing, and according to the emails was himself profiting from Hunter's deals, even though he had said he knew "nothing about Hunter's business deals."

Buyer's remorse.

Google searches for "change my vote" have surged in recent days, trending for hours at a time.

The New York Post notes that people are clearly "interested in adjusting their ballot because the searches are also linked to more information on Hunter Biden."

The biggest interest has come from Arizona, Tennessee, and Virginia, all states that---as most states---only give residents one shot at voting.

However, there are those that do allow voters to change their vote, if they change their mind.

This explains why the press, Hollywood, and the political elite---the Obamas, Oprah, etc., have been pushing hard for people to vote early so they could avoid the lines and wouldn't get the virus, or whatever.

Now we know what they knew months ago: Get the votes in before the public finds out about the Biden family corruption. And discover how cognitively impaired Joe actually has become.

As more information becomes available, more voters are regretting having voted so early.

Yesterday President Trump tweeted: "Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers to changing it to me. The answer in most states is YES. Go do it. Most important Election of your life."

About changing your vote.

Matthew Weil, director of the Election Project at the Bipartisan Policy Center, says, "In some states, you can submit your ballot, have a change of heart and, submit a new ballot."

"That includes New York," he says, "at least for those who mailed in an absentee ballot."

He continues: 

"The Board of Elections is required to check the poll book before canvassing any absentee ballot. If the voter comes to the poll site, on Election Day or during early voting and votes in person, the absentee ballot is set aside and not counted."

He also notes that those who change their mind after mailing in a vote can also go to the County Board of Elections to request a new ballot to override the initial one, with the last one sent in for counting.

However, those who voted early in person do not get the same second chance. "Once you've voted at a machine, that's it," a Board of Elections person told the Post.

Each state has its own rules. Most states do not allow a "change of mind vote," but a number do.

Matthew Weil says Washington State allows voters to "cancel a ballot at any time before Election Day" because the state does not count any mailed-in votes until polling closes.

There are some, not most, but some states that have a provision for those who change their minds.

Among them are Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan. Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, Mississippi, and Washington State.

If you are having second thoughts, you should check with your state to see if it allows a "change of mind" vote.

The political awakening.

It seems that many Americans are having an awakening of sorts.

Thomas Jefferson is said to have written in a personal letter, 

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be."

Keep in mind it's the same press that is suppressing the Biden corruption story that claims Jefferson never said that.

As Americans are becoming more informed about the Biden corruption, many are having second thoughts. It's profoundly disappointing for someone to discover they've been misled.

The best overview of the Hunter Biden, Biden Family, Tony Bobulinski connections to Communist China---all from emails on Hunter's laptop--I've seen in the past couple of days is in this well researched and sourced article.

To be fully informed---at this point---I strongly recommend you take a few minutes and read it.

It has become clear that the big push for early voting was to get people to vote before they become informed of the truth. 

Without a doubt, the Biden Family, Inc.'s dirty dealing for $ millions--- will ultimately become public knowledge. The press will ultimately not be able to cover it for Joe. But at what cost to America?

The takeaway.

The more of the Biden story we learn, the more sleazy it becomes. And clearly illegal.

Mike Huckabee noted yesterday that he has seen a sort of desperation in Hunter Biden's activities, as he tries to peddle White House influence with wealthy foreigners. 

"The Biden name," Mike says, "was really all he had, and it seems he was aware of that."

Then Huckabee says this: 

"Though I'm not a family therapist, I did counsel troubled families when I was a pastor, and it seems this family has been in need for a long time. Hunter apparently has had some professional help, but the family's ongoing story is still such a sad one. There seems to have been a lot of denial and covering up, from Hunter's needs to his father's slowly fading mind. We may never know, but I wouldn't be surprised if Hunter, in some part of himself, meant to leave that laptop behind. Joe Biden is a candidate with a lot of problems---personal, ethical, and potentially legal---and we are dangerously close to having these problems become America's."

Then he said this: "It's too bad more of those early voters can't change their votes."

My pastor's heart also reaches out to the Biden family. I've seen it before, but never with this degree of national impact on our nation. 

Pray for our country. Pray for the President.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful. VOTE.