Capt. Seth Keshel, Mar 28, 2022
Complaints are only useful if they are paired with solutions. We already know enough about 2020 to make a national case for decertification. In all truthfulness, we are only able to “stay in our lanes,” which is, interestingly enough, Lesson 2 in my forthcoming book, Ten Veteran Lessons for Every Day. Staying in our lanes means to not get distracted with the final outcomes when there is still plenty of work to be done by teams, whether they are exposing fraud through analysis or canvassing, arguing in court, or contributing content through the new media. Keep on the pathway to fixing every problem you encounter.
Here are the Ten Points to True Election Integrity:
II. Ban All Electronic Elections Equipment
We used to vote without electronics but convenience, corruption, and money won out. Getting rid of machines means deleting an entire industry and replacing with another.