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A Mule Called Wanda: The Curious Case of a 'Ballot Stuffer'

Wanda was caught on tape in a blatant act of "ballot stuffing."

Wanda Geter-Pataky works for the State of Connecticut.

Wanda was caught on tape in a blatant act of "ballot stuffing."

We were all told that the 2,000 Mules video was fiction, so Wanda must be the only "mule" in America.

But it gets worse. Wanda is accused of threatening voters to get them to vote for her candidate of choice.

In this case, it's incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim.

But a judge has ordered a new election because of this lone case of "ballot stuffing"!

Curious, indeed. There were numerous cases of mules caught on video in the 2020 election.

No one cared. That's because Donald Trump was running for president.

Donald Trump, as we are told, is a very bad man. A mean man who doesn't know when to stop tweeting.

That means "democracy" has to go out the window.

The Department of Justice has not filed a case against Wanda for "voter intimidation."

Wanda still works for the Connecticut government.

That's because Wanda is a Democrat.

If Wanda was a Republican, she would already be awaiting trial, if not locked up in prison.

The same goes for Fulton County workers who told election observers to go home so they could run ballots through machines when they thought no one was looking.

Trump lost Georgia by 12,000 votes. Georgia didn't have chain-of-custody documents on thousands of ballots.

Where did those ballots come from? Mules like Wanda?

Guess we'll never know. And we don't have the right to find out. Or so we are told.

That's because asking questions about elections is suddenly considered to be "undermining democracy."

Challenging elections, we are told, is "threatening democracy."

Except when Democrats do it. Like they did in 2000, 2004, and 2016. Then it's the most democratic thing ever.

So, it looks like we should stop asking questions about Wanda. And the thousands of other "mules" who some believe rigged the 2020 election.

We don't want to be accused of "undermining democracy" for questioning the integrity of our elections.

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