[MIAMI, FL] Election integrity has caught the attention of American conservatives since the Presidential election and two U.S. Senate runoffs were stolen in 2020. Of course, this is not the first time that elections have been stolen in America, including the Presidential election of 1960, and the U.S. Senatorial election of 2008 in Minnesota between Coleman and Frankel.
The Presidential election of 1876 featured a negotiated result, whereby the Republicans won the Presidency, but agreed to remove Union troops from the unreconstructed South. In the Presidential election of 1800, the Vice President, Thomas Jefferson, actively challenged the votes of the Electoral College and participated in the negotiated result, which made him President.
Accordingly, when the National Conservatism Conference was held earlier this month in Aventura, they included a panel on election integrity featuring such prominent speakers as: Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation; Christian Adams of the Public Interest Legal Foundation; Kerri Toloczko (pinch-hitting for Cleta Mitchell) of the Election Integrity Network; and Scott Walter of the Capital Research Center.
Following this concern, the Election Integrity Subcommittee of the Republican Executive Committee in Miami-Dade County has been working since last year and is scheduled to meet again on Monday, October 17 in Doral to review preparations for the upcoming general elections.
First, this Subcommittee is helping to coordinate, together with the Republican Party of Florida and the Republican National Committee, an extensive poll-watching effort, led by experienced litigator Andy Grigsby and with roving attorneys. They will monitor the 28 polling places during the upcoming two weeks of Early Voting and over 900 precincts on Election Day.
Second, with respect to voter rolls: (1) this Subcommittee has participated in reviewing them with the staff of Christina White, the local Supervisor of Elections, and will continue to do so on a full-time basis throughout the year, not waiting until elections come around again; and (2) they have requested Secretary of State Cord Byrd to withdraw from ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center), a Soros-founded mechanism to facilitate progressive interference in voter rolls.
Third, signature verification by the Supervisor of Elections and two County Judges has been reviewed during the counting of Vote-By-Mail (“VBM”) ballots, which constituted a majority of all ballots cast during the primary elections in August this year. The Jimmy Carter-James Baker commission that reviewed American election procedures after the debacle of hanging chads in the Presidential election of 2000 observed that VBM is rife with fraud. It has been mostly prohibited in France since 1975, when they had a major VBM scandal in Corsica, and all foreign voters residing in Miami must present themselves at local consulates in order to vote in overseas elections.
There are also many irregularities in the adresses, so that when candidates have sent post cards to voters, the postcards have been returned as undeliverable, but the VBM ballots have been returned casting votes! In another incident, just before VBM ballots were sent, addresses were flipped on Red Belly Road, Clermont, then flipped back after the VBM ballots were cast. Fortunately, in Florida VBM ballots are not indiscriminately sent to all residents, but instead must be requested by voters.
These machinations are not surprising when you consider that the United States Postal Service, manned by unionized government bureaucrats, has become our largest precinct for voting. Recently postal inspectors were found spying on pro-gun commentators. VBM Delenda Est!
Fourth, this Subcommittee plans to adopt two resolutions on election integrity: (1) from the Texas Republican convention last summer, a resolution declaring the Presidential election of 2020 to have been conducted in a manner contrary to the Constitution; and (2) from the Republican Executive Committee of Lee County, Florida, a resolution that Governor DeSantis should do away with voting machines and instead rely on hand counts, or at least minimize the use of machines, disconnect them from the Internet, and open up their workings. If Europeans can hand-count their votes, then so can Americans.
Finally, this Subcommittee also plans to participate in local voter registration on a continuous basis, again without waiting for the next elections to come around, in order to ensure the integrity of the registration process. Republican registration has been booming nationwide and statewide in Florida, where registered Republicans now exceed Democrats for the first time ever, but in Miami-Dade County registered Republicans come in third place after registered Democrats and Unaffiliateds. Many of the latter may lean Republican, but they miss the chance to vote in primary elections.
The objective of this Subcommittee is to create a permanent local infrastructure for election integrity. It is led by Chairman Henry Zarb and Vice Chairman Eduardo Vidal, both lawful immigrants, and includes Abel Carvajal, Alan Chovel, Barbara Casanova, Beatrix del Portillo, Ben Batchelder, Daniela Salvatore Salib, Derick Facey, Fernando Valdez, Francisco Rodriguez, Lourdes Cosio, Maria Magdalena Estupinan, Marietta Olmos, Miguel Granda, Todd Wood and Ruth Swanson. Other participants include Alex Rodriguez, Ana Margarita Martinez, Andy Grigsby, Carol Hakanson, Maria de la Milera, Maria Wadsworth, Nathalie Sanchez and Wyatt Farrar.
Eduardo Vidal is a lawyer and political activist. His family brought him when he was nine years old from Cuba to the USA, but now the rule of law has been eroded in the USA as well, and we are turning into Cuba and the rest of Latin America.