posted on Apr, 18 2021 @ 09:40 AM
This is a fairly simple question. With no caveat, and no implied agenda, can you answer this question honestly? It's a yes or no kind of question,
and only requires a yes or no answer. Once you split hairs to make some kind of in between answer work, you remove real credibility to your
You can equate this to Murder. Either Murder is wrong, or it's not. Killing someone in our society is considered wrong. Yes we go to war, and we
kill the enemy. Society offers a pass on that aspect, but in reality, when broken down into it's simplest form, killing is wrong unilaterally.
Is there ever an instance where election fraud/interference/manipulation is OK? And I classify all of those as the same. In a free and fair
election, we would have people who are running for office, they would state their positions on a range of topics, the public would be able to discern
what they liked and disliked about each of them, and eventually, vote for which one was the least distasteful. (I have no illusions anyone is truly
the better choice, those people don't run for office of any kind)
So what is the answer ATS? Is it OK to manipulate/interfere/cheat, or is it just wrong?