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The woke, both in and outside of the institutional church, see racism everywhere. As the publicity for Jemar Tisby’s next book has it, “Racism is pervasive in today’s world, and many are complicit…” In the woke worldview even math can be racist.

And, my, don’t the woke get on about systemic racism and systemic injustice in America. America was founded on keeping whites up and people of color down. Yeah, that’s what the Founding was all about. Right.

So one would think if there was evidence of massive election fraud that rendered the votes of people of color meaningless and may have kept a Black man out of the U. S. Senate, the woke would be erupting in outrage and calling for investigations. One would think.

Well, in both affidavits and statistics, there is an abundance of evidence of massive election fraud in this year’s election. Republican election observers were kicked out or kept at such a distance that they could not observe much. Mail-in ballots were postmarked as mailed on Election Day when they were not. Numerous dead people and out-of-state people have been discovered to have voted in the swing states. Democrats don’t just believe in raising the dead; they practice it! And I’ve hardly begun. There are many specific instances of election fraud witnessed by those who have made numerous sworn affidavits under the penalty of perjury.

As for the statistics, they are close to damning as well. Take just one sworn witness with impeccable creditials, Navid Keshavarz-Nia:

Among the analysts who question the legitimacy of Biden’s victory is Dr. Navid Keshavarz-Nia, a cybersecurity expert whose technical expertise was touted by the New York Times last September and who has been described as a hero in the Washington Monthly. It’s unlikely that either publication will be singing his praises for his work pursuant to the recent election. His damning analysis of the electronic manipulation of votes that occurred in the early hours of November 4 appears in a sworn affidavit included with C.J. Pearson v. Kemp, a lawsuit filed by Attorney Sidney Powell in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. His nine-page affidavit (Exhibit 26) describes how it is possible to manipulate votes, where this occurred, and sums up his findings as follows:

I conclude with high confidence that the election 2020 data were altered in all battleground states resulting in hundreds of thousands of votes that were cast for President Trump to be transferred to Vice President Biden. These alterations were the result of systemic and widespread exploitable vulnerabilities in DVS, Scytl/SOE Software and Smartmatic systems that enabled operators to achieve the desired results. In my view, the evidence is overwhelming and incontrovertible.

But one does not have to be a statistics expert to see this election does not pass the smell test in a number of ways. And if such fraud on a massive scale did occur, it does render the votes of people of color (and of everyone else) to be meaningless. President Trump did far better among Black voters than in 2016 (except in key swing state cities supposedly. Hmmm.). And his support among Hispanics was strong enough even to win Zapata County on the South Texas border, an accomplishment that astounds this Texan. But if enough fraud can be manufactured to swing elections at will, then it hardly matters how people of color vote. Election fraud disenfranchises every bit as much as Jim Crow laws.

And it is possible that the fraud kept a popular conservative Black man, John James, out of the U. S. Senate. Instead, Michigan and the country are stuck with the hack Gary Peters for another six years.

So again one would think the woke would be concerned and insist on clean, legal election counts as free from fraud as possible. One would think.

Yet the silence from the woke is deafening. There is hardly any enormity more systemically unjust than a fraudulent election. For the sake of justice and mutual trust, we would all do well to take pains to prevent it and to overturn it when it does happen as it likely just did. Yet those who make the most noise about systemic injustice are curiously incurious about the grave systemic injustice that may have just occurred in this election.

I hope there are noble exceptions; I hope there are those among the “social justice” crowd who are saying “Wait a second” about this election. But I have come across none, no one.

Even worse are those woke who are not silent but instead smear concerns about this election. Wanting only the “legal vote” to be counted is racist apparently. On November 7th, Ibram X. Kendi tweeted:

The term “legal vote” is as fictionally fraught and functionally racist as the terms “illegal alien” and “race neutral” and “welfare queen” and “handouts” and “super predator” and “crackbaby” and “personal responsibility” and “post racial.”

Jemar Tisby finds “count every legal vote” to be “sinister”:

Among the more bombastic statements and glaring headlines, a subtle and sinister phrase has crept into the political discourse–one that threatens to do harm not just in the coming weeks but for years to come.
In this political moment we must avoid this phrase: “count every legal vote.”

While the words seem harmless and intuitive–of course we should count every legal vote–inserting the word “legal” implies the widespread presence of illegal votes, which simply is not true.

And we should all bow down to “President-Elect” Biden, of course. Those who do not are bad people:

Odd that Tisby seems to be unconcerned about his complicity in supporting a fraudulent election, even in attacking those who do not rush to ratify it.  Ah, to be woke must be bliss.  A week later, he tweeted this:

It’s been 17 days since voting ended and nearly two weeks since the race was called and Tr*mp still has not conceded. A majority of Republicans have remained silent. Do not normalize this. Don’t get used to it. These are not “antics”; they wreak devastation on our democracy.

Yet he along with the rest of the woke crowd seems curiously incurious about how a stolen presidential election might “wreak devastation on our democracy.”

Perhaps Jemar Tisby and company do not care how they “win” as long as they “win.”   

Perhaps their being so concerned about systemic injustice is so much pretense.

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