Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Jay from Altnews dot com reports that 1,580 early votes have just been cast in the same county as the one where a DNC bus was captured dumping raw sewage onto public streets.
Checking the “Iwillvote dot com” address on the side of the bus yielded what appears to be an ad on the r/Hillaryclinton subReddit. This ad was submitted 2 months ago.
Checking the “Iwillvote” hashtag on Twitter shows that it’s one of those quiet movements mobilizing people to vote.
The DNC appears to be expending a lot of energy to move people around in busses. Here’s a screenshot of the New Mexico Democrats dot Org Twitter page.
11Alive, an NBC news affiliate reports an unusually high number of people showing up to vote. Long lines at the Gwynette County voting center.
“I just thought it would be a good time just to come out here early and get it over with,” said Teddy Murphy, who’s voting in his first presidential election. “I’m really excited to vote.”
Miranda Dale, another Gwinnett County voter told 11Alive’s Doug Richards she and her husband Michael waited three hours to vote Tuesday.
“We came yesterday and the line was extremely long so we came back today, and the line was shorter,” Dale said. “It was a long wait, but it was still shorter.”
Here’s the Altnews dot com article that initially sparked this alert. (Screenshots only)
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