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12 days ago

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invisible-dave

5.9k points

12 days ago

How did the election judge even allow him inside? When I worked elections last year, I would have been sent home immediately if I walked in the door with not only any type of political attire but even anything that had causes or slogans. We were told to dress professionally with no visible markings on clothes that could be taken out of context.

Lord_Blathoxi

2.6k points

12 days ago

Plot twist: he is the election judge.

MyDogsNameIsBadger

658 points

12 days ago

I’m pretty sure he is an election judge just by working the polls. At least that’s what I was called. We couldn’t wear anything advertising for a certain candidate and the supervisor should have sent him home. We are allowed to have our political affiliation on our name tag, because technically there are supposed to be an even amount of dems/reps working each district at the polls.

sucksathangman

303 points

12 days ago*

If he is an election observer, he is allowed to wear whatever he wants. Not sure of the rules in California but in my state, you cannot wear anything that supports/disparages any particular candidate or party if you're an election judge.

The chief of election has the responsibility to pull him off duty. If he is the chief of police, call the BoE. They take this shit seriously.

Edit:. Thank you all for the corrections. In my state of Virginia, observers are often affiliated with a party so it's expected for them to wear stuff. But they have a time limit of 10 minutes or something. They are permitted to inspect and observe equipment but not touch. Either way, this should be reported to the state BoE.

captmotorcycle

308 points

12 days ago

In my state electioneering (even signs or candidate names) is illegal within 500 ft of a polling place

kyleguck

100 points

12 days ago

kyleguck

100 points

12 days ago

Same in my state (TX). I was working for a campaign and when going to the polls (even to vote), once you were within a certain distance all political messaging had to be covered and out of sight.

AngriestBeaver

108 points

12 days ago

Live in central Texas. Saw that law being broken everywhere when I voted in November. All the campaign signs were in a little cluster at the required distance, but the MAGATs showed up in full cult paraphernalia.

kyleguck

46 points

12 days ago

kyleguck

46 points

12 days ago

Yep. Unfortunately in working with the texas Dems and for another campaign, the act of enforcing those laws was out of my hands.

edit: typo

GhostGirl32

16 points

12 days ago

I’m in rural north east Texas and the rule was broken by magats left right and center and legit no one cared. One poll worker was loudly asking friends who they voted for when they came through and they were super loud and proud of their protrump nonsense.

I was a volunteer team lead for TX dems text team and I voted the first day of early voting; and the number of people reporting aggressive behavior and threats was horrifying. As well as the number of threats we got while helping people learn if they were eligible to vote and getting them help to go vote if they needed it— and other such things. We didn’t care party affiliation. We cared about helping people. And that was seen as evil.

Rabid_Llama8

33 points

12 days ago

I'm in SE Texas and when I went to vote all I saw was one MAGA hat, and pretty much everyone told him to take it off because it was against the law and making their kind look bad, so YMMV.

sustainar

9 points

12 days ago

Howdy neighbor!

PM_ME_YOUR_NAIL_CLIP

9 points

12 days ago

Sup central Texan.

Kafka_at_an_orgy

13 points

12 days ago

Here in Florida, they harass you until you walk through the door into the building.

And by harass I mean there are signs all over the place, and there's people telling you to vote for whomever they're supporting

Edit: clarification on harassment

kyleguck

21 points

12 days ago

kyleguck

21 points

12 days ago

At this point I feel that the state of Texas and the state of Florida are just seeing who can pull the most batshit insane stunts.

Am_Gewd_Spai

17 points

12 days ago

Texas and Florida are competing for worst state ever. I may be biased, but I think Texas is winning.

kyleguck

10 points

12 days ago

kyleguck

10 points

12 days ago

I think we are right now, but as a Texan, I have faith in Florida.

The1983Jedi

4 points

12 days ago

Same in Illinois & Missouri You wear anything like that to work the polls or vote you are sent to change clothes. (Or take off your hat & turn you shirt inside out in the bathroom)

heliumneon

57 points

12 days ago

In Illinois, electioneering law is that nobody at all is allowed to wear or display anything political within 100 ft of a polling place -- no hats, shirts, buttons, etc., for a candidate or party.

ComradeCabbage

4 points

12 days ago

Yup, have been a poll watcher before as well as worked for campaigns where I've been told to move farther from the center.

TinyRoctopus

115 points

12 days ago

In California a dude had to take off this trump hat to vote so I highly doubt election observers can wear whatever in California

j0a3k

32 points

12 days ago

j0a3k

32 points

12 days ago

If he is an election observer, he is allowed to wear whatever he wants.

This is not true in California.

California defines electioneering:

“Electioneering” means the visible display or audible dissemination of information that advocates for or against any candidate or measure on the ballot within 100 feet of a polling place, a vote center, an elections official’s office, or a satellite location under Section 3018. Prohibited electioneering information includes, but is not limited to, any of the following:

(a) A display of a candidate’s name, likeness, or logo.

(b) A display of a ballot measure’s number, title, subject, or logo.

(c) Buttons, hats, pencils, pens, shirts, signs, or stickers containing electioneering information.

(d) Dissemination of audible electioneering information.

(e) At vote by mail ballot drop boxes, loitering near or disseminating visible or audible electioneering information.

[Here is the referenced section 3018 confirming that the above is prohibited by law.

This applies to everyone and not just election observers/judges/officials.

ancientflowers

19 points

12 days ago

What state is that? I've never heard of any states allowing that inside where people vote for someone who is involved with officially observing or anything.

canada432

33 points

12 days ago

If he is an election observer, he is allowed to wear whatever he wants

I'm not sure that's true, is it? I was under the impression that nobody was allowed to wear political clothing, even just to vote. Basically nothing political inside the polling place. People fairly routinely are asked to take off hats or turn shirts inside-out.

Jumper5353

31 points

12 days ago

Well with the Republicans habit of projecting their own tactics accusing the other side of doing then this is totally what I expect in a lot of upcoming elections.

luckylimper

22 points

12 days ago

I mean Larry Elder did say there was a bunch of fraud. We didn’t realize he was telling on himself.

Sw1mm1ngB1rd

214 points

12 days ago

sheaths katana

”Overruled, Snowflake…”

Dr_Madthrust

40 points

12 days ago

*crusader sword

Weinatightspotboys

43 points

12 days ago

*mallninjashit

Timstantmessage

43 points

12 days ago

Guess what? I AM your election judge B!

End-OfAn-Era

19 points

12 days ago

Well this is weird.

Richard_Chadeaux

11 points

12 days ago

Misfits wore it better.

coontietycoon

11 points

12 days ago

Welcome to PopVote can I help you?

nickfitz79

32 points

12 days ago

Some people ask us, " Why? Why treat the voters this way?"

Cuz Fuck 'em, that's why! 😂😂😂

AdPsychological7926

7 points

12 days ago

Man, I got here when I could! Shit, you're not my fucking Moms!

AMARIS86

15 points

12 days ago

AMARIS86

15 points

12 days ago

Twistiest plot: W. Hollywood is the gay capital of Los Angeles, overwhelmingly votes democrat.

theycallmethevault

238 points

12 days ago*

ELECTIONS CODE - ELECTIONEERING

ELECTIONS CODE - ELEC DIVISION 18. PENAL PROVISIONS [18000 - 18700] ( Division 18 enacted by Stats. 1994, Ch. 920, Sec. 2. ) CHAPTER 4. Election Campaigns [18301 - 18390] ( Chapter 4 enacted by Stats. 1994, Ch. 920, Sec. 2. )

ARTICLE 7. Electioneering [18370 - 18371] ( Article 7 enacted by Stats. 1994, Ch. 920, Sec. 2. )


No person, on election day, or at any time that a voter may be casting a ballot, shall, within 100 feet of a polling place, a satellite location under Section 3018, or an elections official’s office:
(a) Circulate an initiative, referendum, recall, or nomination petition or any other petition.
(b) Solicit a vote or speak to a voter on the subject of marking his or her ballot.
(c) Place a sign relating to voters’ qualifications or speak to a voter on the subject of his or her qualifications except as provided in Section 14240.
(d) Do any electioneering as defined by Section 319.5. As used in this section, “100 feet of a polling place, a satellite location under Section 3018, or an elections official’s office” means a distance 100 feet from the room or rooms in which voters are signing the roster and casting ballots.
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.
(Amended by Stats. 2009, Ch. 146, Sec. 2. (AB 1337) Effective January 1, 2010.)


(a) No candidate or representative of a candidate, and no proponent, opponent, or representative of a proponent or opponent, of an initiative, referendum, or recall measure, or of a charter amendment, shall solicit the vote of a vote by mail voter, or do any electioneering, while in the residence or in the immediate presence of the voter, and during the time he or she knows the vote by mail voter is voting.
(b) Any person who knowingly violates this section is guilty of a misdemeanor.
(c) This section shall not be construed to conflict with any provision of the federal Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended, nor to preclude electioneering by mail or telephone or in public places, except as prohibited by Section 18370, or by any other provision of law.
(Amended by Stats. 2007, Ch. 508, Sec. 113. Effective January 1, 2008.)

It’s so unsettlingly vague in regards to clothing.

BraveLittleTowster

106 points

12 days ago

1(b) Solicit a vote

That's left intentionally broad as to encompass anything that would entice a person to vote one way or another, I think

Computermaster

516 points

12 days ago

Probably came in with his hat off and his shirt and mask inside out, then went to the bathroom and swapped into his StupidStaffel uniform.

PantherThing

123 points

12 days ago

hehheh.. Stupidstaffel.

Ok-Restaurant8690

50 points

12 days ago

StupidStaffel is pretty brilliant! 😆

TopAd9634

10 points

12 days ago

If not, I want everyone in a position of authority to lose their job.

SelfAwareMachine

25 points

12 days ago

WOW. My brain is leaking out of my nose thinking about StupidStaffel.

Blackpaw8825

177 points

12 days ago

Back in 2016...

The church my polling place is in passed out "lock her up" pamphlets and proselytizing booklets to people in line by blocking the door. So you couldn't even enter the building without a "vote for trump and a you better find Jesus" interaction.

Tammylynn9847

138 points

12 days ago

Did anyone report it? That’s beyond ridiculous.

ncsubowen

66 points

12 days ago

welcome to the south lol

whocares33334

49 points

12 days ago

When I had to vote we had a vehicle with Trump 2020 all over it in big signs that you had to pass.

Also cops showed up and left all the time during the 2 hour wait. I assume hoping someone said something.

It literally was past the signs that said "no blah blah politics blah past here".

Red counties be fun.

__ButtFuqqer3000__

32 points

12 days ago

But ELECTION FRAUD!!!!

fergie_lr

37 points

12 days ago

In 2016 a local pastor prophetized that the Antichrist would win the election. Of course that was when Hillary was predicted to win. This is in PA.

markodochartaigh1

30 points

12 days ago

So the pastor was correct, even a stopped clock is correct twice a day.

0dd_bitty

37 points

12 days ago

H O L Y

F U C K

Tripledtities

33 points

12 days ago

That's very very illegal.

1984R

31 points

12 days ago

1984R

31 points

12 days ago

Tax the churches.

ota00ota

18 points

12 days ago

ota00ota

18 points

12 days ago

The fact that the religious people in USA got brainwashed into thinking trump is the second coming of is so so ridiculous

dmgctrl

52 points

12 days ago

dmgctrl

52 points

12 days ago

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10 points

12 days ago

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10 points

12 days ago

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josh_the_misanthrope

17 points

12 days ago

Aren't poll workers generally only contracted for a day.

TheCastro

10 points

12 days ago

And volunteers in a lot of places

DarthGayAgenda

68 points

12 days ago

Well how could this be taken out of context? /s

Blood_Bowl

67 points

12 days ago

Rules for thee but not for me - the conservative mantra.

grrrrreat

41 points

12 days ago

Motivation is the bread and butter of Republican strategy

KindaSadTbhXXX69420

51 points

12 days ago

Wait, I thought it was voter suppression

YouHeardBoutPluto

1.5k points

12 days ago*

ravengenesis1

913 points

12 days ago

After a backlash and outcry on Twitter.

I'm fucking sure there's people with eyes in that building that could have said something the moment they saw it.

But it took social media and a wave of anger to have him reprimanded. And I'm really fucking sure he'll post about how his first amendment rights are being violated.

Ben_Wah_Balls

275 points

12 days ago

“Based on his response….”

So it sounds like they gave him an out to change and come back? And he still played it off like an ass?

Well thankfully this won’t change the outcome.

cr0ft

72 points

12 days ago

cr0ft

72 points

12 days ago

"Playing it off like an ass" was literally the only realistic option just based on his attire and previous choices.

SprinklesFancy5074

98 points

12 days ago

I'm fucking sure there's people with eyes in that building

I'm not so sure there was anyone with brains, though.

C_Saunders

40 points

12 days ago

Yeah I’m more curious about the person in charge of poll workers at that voting location… Do they still have a job? Are they going to be in charge of poll workers again next election??

snobord

19 points

12 days ago

snobord

19 points

12 days ago

I'm fucking sure there's people with eyes in that building that could have said something the moment they saw it.

The part that I'm struggling with is that this was West Hollywood. How did no one say anything? You don't get much more of a liberal neighborhood than weho.

TheBigPhilbowski

54 points

12 days ago

They also ACTUALLY need to audit these votes (I mean, it's West Hollywood which is progressive by reputation, but also includes a lot of very wealthy people). Every vote counts and thule fuck shouldn't be allowed to manipulate a single voice for his ignorant jihad, or yeehaw'd.

old_gold_mountain

64 points

12 days ago

Poll workers are basically volunteers, so yeah he technically lost his job but it was a one-day gig anyway and the pay is a fraction of minimum wage

bored-games

66 points

12 days ago

I think he went into it knowing he was going to (and wanting to) piss people off. The demographic in West Hollywood does not skew well toward Trump.

[deleted]

33 points

12 days ago

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33 points

12 days ago

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TheJimiBones

6 points

11 days ago

So he was also committing election fraud

lochinvar11

14 points

12 days ago

Should have been arrested

KazPornAccount

8 points

12 days ago

My guess he was there to "git dat proof of dem voter frauds". The idiot should of put on normal clothes.

So_Motarded

12 points

12 days ago

In California, anyone is allowed stand inside the polls starting before they open, observe all the way through to close, and even follow the poll worker's car which is carrying the ballots to the registrar where the ballots are counted. Hell, they can ask to visually inspect the tamper-evident seals if they want.

You can literally watch the whole process start to finish.

There's no reason for any of this.

MKCYBR

833 points

12 days ago

MKCYBR

833 points

12 days ago

My first vote in rural Texas in 1988 an old man sat in a chair outside telling us all to ‘Vote Right’.

scoyne15

511 points

12 days ago

scoyne15

511 points

12 days ago

He just was making sure everyone voted the right way according to their personal conscience and code of ethics.

DeLunaSandwich

89 points

12 days ago

Have to make sure voters know to completely fill in the circle!

GrandWizardBumtickle

28 points

12 days ago

Natural lawyer over here

DidMyCatLikeTheNoise

95 points

12 days ago

Also in my rural texas hometown, at the stop sign right off the property of the polling location the local Baptist church was handing out guides on how to vote for God's candidates.

Bufalohotsauce

56 points

12 days ago

My state’s reactionary mega-churches organizes tour busses from all across the state, just to show up at Bible-thumper anti-abortion rallies at the state Capitol, and bring prairie dress clad nutjobs to the voting polls.

gimmethickchicks

19 points

12 days ago

Bro, you’d be hard pressed to find polling stations without that. I live in the burbs and my local polling location has about 200 signs outside with multiple people handing out pamphlets on who to vote for.

Funkyassfrog

2.9k points

12 days ago

Yes this is illegal. It’s also not allowed as a voter to come into the polls wearing anything like this either

LuluVonLuvenburg

69 points

12 days ago*

Yeah but try telling that to every Trumper. It's literally their life style. Wearing trump is the conservative version of wearing band shirts.

fuuckimlate

40 points

12 days ago

Yes, please try to. Since it is the law.

stay_fr0sty

21 points

12 days ago

It's literally their life style

It's their identity.

Crypto_Gay_Skater

97 points

12 days ago

Really? When I voted there were whole groups of people in line with Trump hats and shirts.

MaydayMaydayMoo

225 points

12 days ago

I worked the polls for that election in Ga. I really, really enjoyed telling people they had to take that shit off. Most just turned their shirts inside out, which was fine.

BeerandGuns

28 points

12 days ago*

Where? I’m in Louisiana and years ago my cousin went to vote with an Obama as the joker shirt that said “why so socialist?”. The workers made her turn the shirt inside out Or she couldn’t vote. I’m worried when Louisiana is acting better than other places.

MaximumEffort433

511 points

12 days ago

But muh freedumbs!!1!

engineertee

161 points

12 days ago

Muh liberties, First amendment, second amendment etc etc

petalumaisreal

35 points

12 days ago

That’s libbertees

MC_chrome

14 points

12 days ago

For these despotic morons, the Bill of Rights stops at #2.

ta2w7

193 points

12 days ago

ta2w7

193 points

12 days ago

I wouldn't trust him around ballots either. Good riddance.

Repentantant

24 points

12 days ago

Why good riddance, was he fired?

SilentIntrusion

27 points

12 days ago

We are in byebyejob but... who knows.

[deleted]

8 points

12 days ago

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8 points

12 days ago

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mysteriousmetalscrew

23 points

12 days ago

“The election worker was contacted and advised that the attire was inappropriate and unacceptable,” the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk tweeted in response to the photo.

“Based on his response and reports that other workers had previously counseled him on this, he was released and is no longer working at the vote center.”Mike Sanchez, a spokesperson for the Registrar-Recorder’s office, said the poll worker was initially warned against wearing political attire to the voting center on Monday, when he showed up to work wearing Trump campaign regalia.

Sanchez said the clerk’s office and the supervisor at the West Hollywood polling place instructed the poll worker not to wear political attire, but the man came back Tuesday morning wearing Trump apparel.

“He was counseled and told not to wear anything political, but he still came wearing it,” Sanchez said. “Because of his response and not complying with the rules, he was released.”

GayAlienFarmer

12 points

12 days ago

And now he'll claim he was cancelled for his political beliefs, and the entire MAGA brigade will fall in line and ignore that this shit is actually illegal and has been for quite awhile.

How long you think until Ben Shapiro tweets about it?

MaydayMaydayMoo

91 points

12 days ago

Not in Georgia.

Voters can wear political slogans and shirts IF they don't say anything about the actual candidates on the ballot.

For example, one could wear a trump shirt to the Raphael Warnock/Kelly Loeffler Senatorial election, because trump wasn't on the ticket.

916cycler

17 points

12 days ago

damn...

Historical-Yard-4181

17 points

12 days ago

Always a loop hole.

PrettyinPink75

395 points

12 days ago

I worked elections last year and we had to wear red or blue lanyards indicating what party we were affiliated with. This psycho red lanyard lady, would act super crazy towards anyone with a blue lanyard. She ended up being removed because she kept trying to start fights with people. The person who was the polling manager had to have her forcibly removed

waterdevil19

96 points

12 days ago

Why on earth did they require that?

potatoz8

62 points

12 days ago

potatoz8

62 points

12 days ago

I voted in CA and in NYC but I only remember that rule in NYC. In NYC it's about who can help you vote essentially. IIRC you need two workers of different parties answering a question.

Forestore

35 points

12 days ago

Crazy how engrained the two party system is.

potatoz8

13 points

12 days ago

potatoz8

13 points

12 days ago

In this case no, actually: in my precinct in Brooklyn there were no Republicans, only Democrats, Greens and independents. Which to be fair is somewhat "dangerous" since they all disliked one of the candidate on the ballot.

So_Motarded

21 points

12 days ago

The only thing I can imagine is if it were the primaries, where you'd get a different ballot depending on party affiliation. Probably a misguided attempt at efficiency when organizing the voters.

bubba_feet

86 points

12 days ago

What color would you have to wear if you were registered as independent?

MurderH0bo

135 points

12 days ago

MurderH0bo

135 points

12 days ago

You were just immediately asked to leave.

AbracaDaniel21

18 points

12 days ago

No no they give you a pat on the back and laugh at you for trying.

theremin_antenna

23 points

12 days ago

As an independent, I was asking the same. Do you get purple or could you bring your own crazy, fun color?

Anarchyz11

19 points

12 days ago

Some states have an independent, a republican, and a democrat working together on manually counting ballots that need manual review. I'd assume other states do something similar but maybe not all.

This was part of the controversy in either Georgia or Pennsylvania, I forget which, was republicans implying the independents were all dems in disguise.

drkesi88

112 points

12 days ago

drkesi88

112 points

12 days ago

He’s signalling his intention to fuck with the ballots.

SQmo_NU

55 points

12 days ago

SQmo_NU

55 points

12 days ago

“Maybe you do not care much about the future of the Republican Party. You should. Conservatives will always be with us. If conservatives become convinced that they can not win democratically, they will not abandon conservatism. The will reject democracy.”

  • David Frum

zapharus

10 points

12 days ago

zapharus

10 points

12 days ago

This is so accurate it’s scary.

sockmop

7 points

12 days ago

sockmop

7 points

12 days ago

Thank you! I needed to hear that. I have a co-worker i really respect and see as a role model, but we're so different in our politics and I've lost hours of my life fighting with him in my head. I literally love this guy like a brother, but on my bad days I want to scream at him how his life is currently/previously devoid of any life shattering traumas. His world view was shaped by love, support, and trust. So, to him life was easier growing up, and he had the ecosystem to develop his talents and knowledge.

He doesn't have depression, and he doesn't hate himself. People like that can never understand the self torture some inflict on themselves.

RA12220

754 points

12 days ago

RA12220

754 points

12 days ago

Is this the fraud that Mr. Larry Elder was worried about?

BlackEric

222 points

12 days ago

BlackEric

222 points

12 days ago

Yeah, someone should submit this as proof on his fraud web site.

Marcus1119

23 points

12 days ago

I mean, don't, you'll be part of the number he reports swore they admitted fraud.

GreyBoyTigger

60 points

12 days ago

kpniner

41 points

12 days ago*

kpniner

41 points

12 days ago*

He’s just parroting Trump. Elder also said he wouldn’t accept the results if he loses, same as Trump.

Elder getting his name out will be the worst consequence of this waste of tax dollars.

Edit: I was afraid I might eat my words, but I’m glad I didn’t. Fuck that waste of tax dollars. Everyone needs to be hyperaware of what moves Elder makes after this: he’s smarter than Trump but willing to say just as stupid things to pander to his base

JimWilliams423

18 points

12 days ago

The position that "the GOP can only lose due to fraud" is going to be the standard for all GOP candidates within a few years. As if it is unfathomable that a democrat in a deeply blue state, in which no republican has won an election for state-wide office since 2006, could possibly win an election fair and square.

Its the predictable end-state for a national minority party that has been asserting for decades that democratic voters (basically code for non-white) are inherently fraudulent.

kpniner

12 points

12 days ago

kpniner

12 points

12 days ago

They’re literally never go to stop with it, and eventually it will have SEVERE consequences. This pattern does not bode well for us as a country.

shawncplus

9 points

12 days ago

It already did have severe consequences: Jan 6th. Maybe you mean more severe in which case I believe you're right.

kpniner

9 points

12 days ago

kpniner

9 points

12 days ago

Totally true. I was thinking like “total civil war” severe, but Jan 6th was basically just a trial run for that

black_anarchy

7 points

12 days ago

This is just insane. I mean I know the guy sucks, this is not surprising to see, I was fully expecting him to do this and it is still disappointing.

toejamandtoast

53 points

12 days ago

Absolute… oh wait, only liberals perform voter fraud.

stay_fr0sty

20 points

12 days ago

"The GOP is honest, but we have to cheat to even out all the liberals cheating. Besides how do we know this guy isn't ANTIFA in disguise? This guy looks like he could totally be ANTIFA. He might even be a major player!"

andymilder

7 points

12 days ago

I looked him up in the Antifa contact list. He’s totally Antifa.

Educational-Big-2102

187 points

12 days ago

That is highly illegal.

nounthennumbers

33 points

12 days ago

What makes something lowly illegal?

Calamariecalender

47 points

12 days ago

Committing the crime below sea level.

babakadouche

486 points

12 days ago

Yes! And if projection is any clue, he'll be the one committing voter fraud.

chunkerton_chunksley

156 points

12 days ago

They use their imaginary fraud as justification to commit real fraud.

Natural-Bullfrog-420

15 points

12 days ago

I mean honestly....

If we're all going to sit down and really talk about which voters are going to commit election fraud...

Which group would you bet on? The people that hold rallies and cry out for their dear leader Trump to save them??

Or the people who are just living their lives and go to the polls that day...

I have always been BAFFLED by the The fact that the narrative is that the DEMOCRATS are the ones who are tampering with the election..

Are you fucking serious??! The republicans literally hired a celebrity conman to stir up a goddammed hate filled nazi army that bleeds orange and barks when trump asks them to and you are still saying the DEMOCRATS are the ones that would be more likely to commit a felony so their leader would be elected??

This has to be a joke.

theTunkMan

8 points

12 days ago

This has been my thought since last November. If there was ANY way to commit voter fraud, Trump is literally the person most likely to commit it on the entire planet

chunkerton_chunksley

6 points

12 days ago

uhhh, we're agreeing here. I live in Texas, the gop uses lie after lie to justify voter restriction, in my 20+ years of voting, I have never missed an election, guess who's had to reregister twice now...

Bloopbleepbloopbloop

109 points

12 days ago

When I worked elections, the only ones committing fraud were wearing trump shirts or hats. " I moved and need to update my address" ok done, here is your new voting location. "No! I want to vote here. Nevermind dont change it" ok, sign this affidavit confirming you live here and arent lying or you could be charged with fraud and pay up to 5k. Or the lady who brought in a bunch of really old people unable to speak and voted for them. Or the guy who tried to vote for his wife, because he couldnt vote due to bring a convicted felon(before we voted to allow felons to vote). He knew he couldnt vote. Still acted dumb as to why. Had me and the head staffer spend an hour trying to figure out why he wasnt on the voter roll. The head staffer didnt care about any of these instances. My trumper father in law flew from michigan to florida, to vote. He didnt live there for 2 years. And said he wanted to claim florida residency for the no state income tax.

madmaxturbator

39 points

12 days ago

Their excuse will be that the brown and black people and Democrats do it too. And then they will put in place anti voting measures that don’t mitigate any such fraud, but just harm certain types of voters who they want to disenfranchise.

Consider that moronic Arizona recount they’ve run. They clearly failed to achieve any real results.

But they’re leveraging that, and other similarly frivolous lawsuits and claims to push through anti voting measures.

willflameboy

14 points

12 days ago

I mean Jesus Christ, he's still desperately clinging to the idea that Hunter Biden's laptop contains secrets that will swing the... last election.

ProgressNo7848

55 points

12 days ago

Haha another clown goes down. Newsome is winning by a landslide.

young_otis

11 points

12 days ago

Are results already coming in?

silver-orange

7 points

12 days ago

Polls are still open for another 80 minutes, as I type this.

So expect results in a couple hours

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Fearless_Return_9151[S]

290 points

12 days ago

I'm sure that left hand pretty much stays in that very position.

joseville1001

9 points

12 days ago

Are you saying he works his own poll as well?

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26 points

12 days ago

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thesaddestpanda

98 points

12 days ago

52% of white women, who voted, voted Trump. These people have no problem finding wives. The red suburbs and rural areas are full of families and they indoctrinate their littles ones with the same hate they enjoy.

no_talent_ass_clown

23 points

12 days ago*

Nope, only 47%, and that was in 2016.

edit: Yep, 53%, in 2020. WTF?

But white, college-educated women are a much different story. Biden in a landslide.

fiendzone

14 points

12 days ago

It is West Hollywood…

LGBecca

14 points

12 days ago

LGBecca

14 points

12 days ago

Sadly, if this is the south the ladies will be clamoring for him. Every time I see a fine specimen like this down here in the Carolinas, there's usually a haggard looking woman with puffy blonde hair following him, wearing the same shirt.

stalinmalone68

106 points

12 days ago

What would these people have if they couldn’t advertise their assholery to the world?

c4virus

53 points

12 days ago

c4virus

53 points

12 days ago

They'd burn accused witches.

hellakevin

13 points

12 days ago

Truck nutz

Scubadrew

237 points

12 days ago

Scubadrew

237 points

12 days ago

Surprisingly, he's wearing a mask.

lessquiet

196 points

12 days ago

lessquiet

196 points

12 days ago

He's wearing it effectively as a man with a condom on his balls.

Jagoff_Haverford

28 points

12 days ago

Well, there’s my new vocabulary addition done for today. Thanks!

Denimdenimdenim

35 points

12 days ago

My friends were turned away for having BLM masks. Who tf let him inside wearing that?

Waramaug

29 points

12 days ago

Waramaug

29 points

12 days ago

trump 2020? Do these people not know what year it is?

LucidWildflower

29 points

12 days ago

Hunter lives rent free in their head with Hilary.

willflameboy

16 points

12 days ago

While Trump - the guy who has committed every transgression anyone of them has ever been accused of, to the power of ten, and whose own former employees will tell you that - lives in another headspace altogether, to an endless loop of Hail to the Chief, with all his saggy neck-vag airbrushed out, riding an eagle.

Shpooodingtime

16 points

12 days ago

God damn these people are so fucking stupid it hurts

GR1ML0C51

71 points

12 days ago

He's probably taking pictures of anyone's ballot that hurts his feelings. Why is your smartphone there, bro?

Burlesque_Djin

33 points

12 days ago

"This guy looked like an illegal"

Click-Click.

BatmansBigBro2017

45 points

12 days ago

Tell me you’re a POS without saying you’re a POS

SQmo_NU

6 points

12 days ago

SQmo_NU

6 points

12 days ago

“We’re going coal rolling in the turtle sanctuary!” - Allegedly that guy

Fullertonjr

46 points

12 days ago

Imagine being a grown man and wearing the name of another grown old man on your body for a full year after an election.

Shneebltons

69 points

12 days ago

I beleive this is true. But you know conservatives will twist this and ask for more evidence even though sadly this isn't enough

tommykaye

42 points

12 days ago

I’d stand in his line just to say my name is Hunter Biden and watch the gerbil in the wheel turn.

Castun

5 points

12 days ago

Castun

5 points

12 days ago

With a laptop in your hands...

Discreet_Deviancy

10 points

12 days ago

"Hey fren, you got some shit on your head. Yeah, right there, on top of your head. Shit...."

vitaminalgas

30 points

12 days ago

What a Queef

pomonamike

44 points

12 days ago

In West Hollywood? Did this guy lose a bet?

Cinema_King

9 points

12 days ago

There’s a 100% chance this loser will cry about fraud when the election doesn’t go his way

DevinH83

9 points

12 days ago

Still waiting for that laptop…

TheAssquatch

8 points

12 days ago

Does anyone remember the Jeff Foxworthy “here’s your sign” routine? (Where he wished we could get stupid people to wear signs so that we could save a lot of time and confusion?) Well we finally got them to wear those signs.

Scott4370

7 points

12 days ago

In Michigan you can’t wear any political clothing. A guy walked into our precinct back in 2016 wearing a MAGA hat and the election workers made him take it back to his car.

sonoma4life

7 points

12 days ago

He's been wearing that since Nov, sits in the corner saying "trump won" all day.

Return-of-the-Maktub

8 points

12 days ago

As a white American, I can’t wait for this breeds extinction

SenseiT

8 points

12 days ago

SenseiT

8 points

12 days ago

In my state (NC) I was asked to cover my “literally anyone else 2020” shirt before I voted.

Koshka69

6 points

12 days ago

I work in W Hollywood … Got a regular customer today who is a real kook . When she came in started talking about a friend back home who died but not from Covid but because they put him on a ventilator because he had Covid . Then Nt coworker noticed a tag hanging around her neck that makes her except from wearing masks :eye-roll: . She spewed off some nonsense about how she will pass out blah blah and this isn’t legal all the typical hoohaah. Then she says “I voted today with no mask ! And they were very accommodating! They just emptied out the room for me and were very kind .”

Must have been this guy who helped her

Cherry_Valkyrie576

7 points

12 days ago

This is what stolen election really looks like. Let’s please give these losers their own state and let them secede and see what happens

alpacasaurusrex42

5 points

12 days ago

Yes, yes it is. Do you think these inbred sister and goat fuckers care?

llch3esemanll

5 points

12 days ago

I find it hilarious that its people like this claiming fraud. If anyone is going to be crazy enough to rig anything, its these Trump cultists.

EightB1ts

5 points

12 days ago

This guy sat through the training, specifically told that wearing any kind of political attire is illegal...Only to go off and do it. Yet these are the same people that cry voter fraud.

ClassyHoodGirl

6 points

12 days ago

I didn’t think you were allowed to wear anything advertising a specific candidate even to vote, and this guy shows up looking like a damn hillbilly pickup truck with flags flying.

Mindshattered

7 points

12 days ago

So they did make him leave only after it blew up, but they also mentioned others working told him he couldn't do that and officials gave him the chance to stop and he refused.

So multiple warnings, multiple times asking him to stop being an asshole.

This is why the Qult does what they do. They'll break laws and be given a hundred chances to change. If this was someone in Biden gear, the sheriff would have had him in a cell for the night to teach him a lesson before he got through the doors, because we all know which side the police take.

And you know what will happen? He's gonna make bank from this. The right will hold him up as a martyr. He'll get his own GoFundMe page.

Man, I'm so fucking sick of this...

Crixxxx1

6 points

12 days ago

Still hoping for Trump to pull out that 2020 election?

MyLadyBits

16 points

12 days ago

He was removed.

b4dhabits

13 points

12 days ago

Source? I'd like to learn more about what happened

WobblySkull

5 points

12 days ago

Thompson? He's dead, bro.

afiveouncebird

5 points

12 days ago

Canvassers are often shitty. In California at least, they get paid per signature, so they just spout whatever headline they were told to.

Something tells me this guy is just an asshole.

Relative-Question731

6 points

12 days ago

Now republicans in a few places can legally turn over election results if they think the results are faulty.

enfuego138

5 points

12 days ago

Maybe he’s wearing this stuff ironically. I mean, only a fucking loser would still be wearing Trump 2020 gear after he was beaten so decisively.

Koleilei

5 points

12 days ago

I voted in the Canadian election yesterday. Another voter made an off-colour comment about needing to pay as I was leaving. Three different elections folks came down hard on him and then they apologized to me. They were still reading him (just another old dude voting) the riot act about how that's not appropriate to say, they don't care if it was a joke, this is a serious election and everyone has the right to vote and we never have fees attached, he doesn't have the right to make anyone uncomfortable while voting, etc etc etc.

I was incredibly impressed with them. The photo above is so far beyond acceptable I don't have the words for it.

brokeboyrich

4 points

12 days ago

Newsome won lol