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By Coach Dave Daubenmire
November 5, 2015

Conservatives are in celebration mode today over the fact that Kentucky elected a Republican governor for only the second time in nearly fifty years. Matt Bevin, a Tea-party Republican, father of nine, upset the applecart in Kentucky with his stunning victory in yesterday’s gubernatorial election.

The pundits are wearing out their keyboards trying to explain how a guy with such shallow credentials was able to pull off such a startling victory in the Bluegrass State. They attribute his victory to Trumpmania, the low voter turnout, and the IQ of the average Kentuckian.

But they are missing something that has been obvious since at least 2010, and that is the anti-establishment, anti-Obama, anti-government attitude of the American electorate. The answer, however, is quite simple: the American voter is sick and tired of government as usual. Only die-hard party loyalists and those with their hands in the government’s cookie jar refuse to admit that Joe Six-Pack American is rejecting everything that is coming out of Washington.

The last three non-presidential elections have proven that the left is winning by virtue of smoke and mirrors. NO ONE thinks the government is doing a good job, except for the government. This tired-of-Washington attitude is what is propelling Donald Trump, Ben Carson, and Matt Bevin. But there is another issue that has to be considered if the “outsider” movement is going to continue to roll in 2016, and that elephant in the room is voter fraud.

Have you noticed that in the “off-season” (non-presidential) elections “conservatives” and conservative values carry the day? Could this be the result of low voter turnout, which is really nothing more than an election outcome that is a true expression of the will of the people? Is it possible that every four years, when a presidential election rolls around, that the fraudulent “get-out-the-vote” machines get cranked up and running and make sure that every living (and some non-living) person somehow makes it to the polls?

Even worse, is it possible that elections in America have reached the point that one would expect from some third-world banana republic?

I watched that very closely here in Ohio in 2012. In fact, I wrote an article the day before the election (here) declaring that Obama was toast and that there was no way he would win Ohio. I received a lot of flack because I was wrong in my prediction, but I want to state today what I believed to be true the day after the election in 2012…OBAMA DID NOT WIN least not legally.

Post election results showed massive discrepancies in vote counts and vote totals in every major city in Ohio. From Cleveland to Cincinnati, Columbus to Toledo, Youngstown to Dayton, votes for Obama exceeded the number of registered voters in many inner-city precincts. Obama and his henchmen stole the election and they will do it again in 2016.

We have early voting in Ohio, which isn’t really much of a factor in off-season elections, but the 30 days of open voting before a PRESIDENTIAL election guarantees BIG trouble in this vital swing state. In Tuesday’s election voter turnout was very low, and I would posit, a reflection of the true political positions that most Ohioans hold.

The legalization of “pot” was on the ballot and it got smoked (sorry). When turnout is low, it’s harder to fake the votes. Although our inner cities tend to be very Democratic, the voters in farm country are as conservative as they’ve ever been. This is why the integrity of the elections is so critical.

I vividly remember during the election of 2012 standing outside the largest polling place in Columbus watching the Greyhound BUS LOADS of voters being driven to the polls. I watched the buses empty. Trust me; it wasn’t the Amish or the Methodists lining up to cast their votes. I can only imagine how many times this was repeated at precincts all over Ohio.

“Those who cast the votes decide nothing. Those who count the votes decide everything.” - Josef Stalin.

So we give them 30 days to vote. That is enough time for a bus to visit several different cities. The voting roles show the voting history of every registered voter. All one needs is an ID showing a place of residence. Here is how the law reads in regard to voter identification:

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“Voters must bring identification to the polls in order to verify identity. Identification may include a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows the voter’s name and current address.”

So now they are emptying our prisons, leaving the border wide open, and establishing motor-voter registrations all across the land. Democrats are actively looking for new voters.

Voter fraud is rampant all across America. I believe the last election was stolen. They have plans to do it again. What are the plans to stop it?

Don’t even get me started on the fraud involved with the electronic voting machines.

What are we going to do about the cheating?

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Dave Daubenmire is a veteran 35 year high school football coach who was spurred to action when attacked and sued by the ACLU in the late 1990’s for praying with his high school football team. After a two year battle for his 1st amendment rights, the ACLU relented and offered coach an out of court settlement.

Challenging the "church of the Status Quo", Pass The Salt Ministries is calling Christians to wake up and engage the culture. By taking the fight to the enemy, Coach Daubenmire has become a recognizable voice in the media as he is an unashamed, articulate, apologist for the Christian worldview. A popular, high-energy speaker, Coach Daubenmire's motivational lectures, laced with powerful and relevant Scripture, is challenging Americans all across the country.


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The pundits are wearing out their keyboards trying to explain how a guy with such shallow credentials was able to pull off such a startling victory in the Bluegrass State. They attribute his victory to Trumpmania, the low voter turnout, and the IQ of the average Kentuckian.