To minimize the likelihood of future election fraud, people who committed illegal acts need their acts and their identities publicized, ideally in local prosecutions.
There was much evidence collected, some in the form of affidavits made under penalty of perjury, reportedly identifying the specific election workers who committed illegal acts, from expelling GOP observers, wheeling out ballots from under a table, possibly operating voting machines in an unauthorized, illegal way, etc.
Although the affidavits may not be released, many of those who did create them have come forward and publicly stated what happened. Hopefully they would be willing to come forward again, along with the others who have not yet spoken out.
Many courts did not review evidence and decided to stay on the sidelines for technical reasons, such as the standing of the plaintiffs.
Local GOP or other organizations in cities including Philadelphia, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Atlanta, should press for criminal actions against those election workers and in the process publicize their identities. We can assume that with the Democratic machines in these cities, prosecutors will not cooperate, but the publicity and public identification will greatly discourage illegal actions in the future.
The strategy in going after local election officials is they are the low-hanging fruit. They are the ones in the major swing-state cities who committed the deeds, and they are likely not lawyered up. There a reasonable chance that exposing them will lead to unraveling the whole escapade, and the consequences to the Democratic Party will be considerable and justified.
If you have any ideas or thoughts to share, especially suggestions as how the appropriate GOP or other groups can be motivated to pursue this approach, please comment, or better yet, go to the forum that is linked at the top and on the right side of the page.
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