A video compilation of 2018 statements and comments by top-ranking Democrats crying out over alleged election fraud and manipulations such as hacking of voting machines – basically the same things for which Republicans have been demonized after the 2020 election – poses the gigantic question whether Democrats want fair and free elections or just to win elections to stay in power for good, talk show host Dave Rubin has said.
On the latest episode of his show, The Rubin Report, Rubin played the two-minute video featuring many from the very top of the Democrat establishment lamenting alleged voting abuses, electoral manipulations, and technical difficulties around the 2018 midterms, and of course, some two years after the election of President Donald Trump, which shocked the lefty liberals to their very cores.
Before playing the video, Robin didn’t shy away from pointing out that “we” – apparently referring to conservatives or moderates – “are not allowed to talk about that” after the 2020 election, which has left countless doubts over Joe Biden’s alleged win against Donald Trump.
The Rubin Report anchor even emphasized how the senior Democrats in the video back in 2018 are saying the same things as the ones that “Pillow Guy”, i.e. businessman Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, who “loves Donald Trump, is saying right now about 2020 election.
“We got a whole bunch of Democrats ca. 2018 basically saying that everything about voter fraud, and voter machines and error and manipulation, pretty much everything that Mike Lindell, the Pillow Guy – always hugging a pillow, loves Donadl Trump – is saying,” Rubin declared.
A number of prominent Democrats, Senators and members of the House, are complaining of voter fraud in the video in a compilation of footage snippets from 2018.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) declares that he continues “to think that the voting machines are too vulnerable.”
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) explains that “researches” demonstrated ballot recording machines as well as other voting systems could be susceptible to tampering.”
Rep. Val Demings (D-FL) states that even hackers who have “limited prior knowledge”, or resources could breaching voting machines within minutes.
Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) points out that in Georgia and Texas there have been cases in which voting machines deleted votes or switched votes.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) can be seen stating in an agitated voice that the biggest voting machine seller giving instructions to install software for remote access in gross violation of cyber security rules since that would immediately attract “hackers and fraudsters.”
In his first snippet, Rep. Ted Liu (D-CA) is seen stating that certain voting machines “can be hacked easily.”
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) reiterates that in the next snippet, while also informing that despite different practices in different states there are only three companies which control the production and operation of voting machines.
Kamala also had something to say about voters fraud
Biden’s Vice President, Kamala Harris, is also featured a number of times, back then as a Democrat Senator from California.
In her first snippet, she says that many states are dealing with “antiquated” voting machines vulnerable to hacking.
Rep. Ted Liu (D-CA), in his second appearance in the video, can be heart stating that poll workers were able to “easily hack” into voting machines, and that they were able to switch votes.
In his second snippet, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) declares that 43% of American voters vote on machines with serious security flaws such as back doors.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) points out that “we know now” that the American voting systems are vulnerable, and that a hack-a-thon broke really quickly into any voting machine that was targeted.
In her second snippet, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) reveals she held “a demonstration” for Capitol Hill colleagues in which hackers were brought to hack election machines “before our eyes.”
Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) argues in turn that aging voting machines often use unsupported software such as Windows XP and Windows 2000 without security patches and vulnerable to cyberattacks.
In a third appearance in the video, Rep. Ted Liu (D-CA) states that if a presidential election is really close, those who wish to manipulate the outcome in their favor only need to hack one or two swing states, or maybe just several counties in a swing state.
The video compilation ends again with Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) stating she is very concerned that some hack might “finally go through.”
Big Tech treats Democrats differently
“Oh, Mamma Mia!” host David Rubin exclaims after playing the video, while also pointing out how high-profile all those featured in the video are in the Democratic ranks.
He even jokes that “they are good people, better people that we are.”
Exposing the hypocritical, brazen censorship of the woke far left backed up by Big Tech, Rubin declares that if he now says about the 2020 election the same things that the Democrats in the video said about the 2018 election, his YouTube channel will be deleted after three strikes.
He wonders what regular folks would experience in their social circles if they say those same things as the Democrats – maybe they will be accused of being conspiracy theorists watching “too much Alex Jones.”
“The very same things that people have been saying over the last two months: could things have been hacked into, maybe you wouldn’t need widespread fraud, you just need it in select places which is what Ted Liu said there, that you’d be able to switch votes, that there are back doors to get into the voting machines, they can be easily hacked, aging systems”, Rubin enumerated, are stated in the video by leading Democrats.
Kamala Harris even admitted that she had people and hackers in the room in order to demonstrate her concern.
Rubin said he states not that the 2020 election was hacked but that Americans should be allowed to talk about all these things, about any doubts they might have.
Especially because since during the Trump administration, the Democrats, as evidenced by the video, could say whatever they wanted.
He then asked rhetorically the Democrat censors of American democracy who are currently in power whether they’ve fixed all those problems so that they can ban the public from speaking out over them.
Rubin emphasized how a number of Republican bills in a number of states – such as the bill in Texas from which the local Democrat congress members fled to DC, are trying exactly to address those problems.
The proposed measures include paper trails, cameras in the rooms where people would be doing the double counting, and signature verification to confirm that the person who voted is who they say they are.
He asked again – do the Democrats want free and fair elections, or do they care only about winning?
Rubin concluded by giving the GOP a free slogan for 2024: “We are not those guys!”
He added that “these people are all crazy”, i.e. the Democrats.
“They are all crazy because they say things and when they get the power they reverse everything that they are saying,” Rubin declared.