Letter to the Editor

Thank you, Congressman Baird

Monday, January 18, 2021

To the Editor:

Supporters of President Donald Trump are being told to accept that Joe Biden, a candidate that could not entice more than 20 people to attend his rallies, but yet he somehow gardened the most votes in history. We are supposed to accept that Biden won the presidency, while carrying only 16 percent of counties, the lowest in history — yet in some of those counties Biden received more votes than eligible voters.

We are called conspiracy theorists, but when actual evidence is presented, it is simply ignored. Whether it be statistical impossibilities, over 1,000 sworn affidavits, ignored subpoenas of voting machines or disregarded direct orders from U.S. Supreme Court justices. To those who question our disbelief at the results of the 2020 general election: Why were poll watchers illegally barred from fulfilling their responsibilities? Why were ballots allowed to be illegally destroyed? Why did Democrat-controlled states allow election laws to be changed, usurping the state legislatures and violating state constitutions? Why were voting machines illegally connected to the internet?

You call it a “free and fair” election, even when video evidence is presented showing ballots being pulled from hiding places after poll watchers had been forced to leave. Or actual forensic analysis of voting machines which showed systematic faults which allowed for results to be changed and altered.

Part of the purpose of objecting to the Electoral College vote allows for this evidence to be presented and discussed. For those getting upset at Congressman Baird, did you also share this same anger when Democrats objected the election results in 2000, 2004 and 2016?

Congressman Baird, I do not know if you feel this election was fraudulent, but I do thank you for listening to your constituents and objecting to the certification on Jan. 6.

Mike Smith