Pro-Trump mob interferes with vote-counting in Arizona

Roger Stone, who is a free man now due to his friend Donald Trump, in 2000 organized an operation aimed at shutting down a recount in Miami-Dade Countty in Florida.  The mobs interference succeeded in making the Registrar of Voters miss the deadline for the recount, possibly having a decisive impact on the vote totals for Bush and Gore.

This mob action was a key element of the Republican actions which led to the Supreme Court of the United States overturning a decision in favor of Gore by the Florida Upreme Court, which threw the election to George W. Bush.

Interference with official vote-counting is a standard maneuver in the Republican playbook, which apparently is being used in Arizona to interfere with the counting of Presidential votes in 2020.

Why the demonstrators have not been arrested for disturbing the peace and interfering with a lawful government function is hard to fathom.

It would come as no surprise if we were to learn that Roger Stone is involved in organization of this mob interference with the vote-counting process.

This mob action is typical of a fascist government.  Police should arrest these demonstrators forthwith.


“Brooks Brothers Riot,” Wikipedia.



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