Mark Figley: Exposing a voter conspiracy

Today, in a world increasingly dominated by progressive wokeness, anything that goes against the specific narrative of the day is characterized as a conspiracy theory. This can cover anything from the existence of chemtrails in the sky to JFK assassination theories or the nature of the New World Order.

When it comes to America’s porous southern border with Mexico, many who have dared to call out the intentions of the open borders movement have likewise been referred to as conspiracy theorists. This is for their belief that the continued flow of illegals into the U.S. is a means to dispossess current voters through the creation of a new, homogenous voting bloc devoted to permanent Democratic Party electoral domination.

Now, lo and behold, how is one to explain the recent revelation of flyers found at a shelter in Mexico reminding prospective illegal border crossers to vote for President Biden?

On top of this, America’s sterling Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was unable to assure Congress how upcoming elections could be safeguarded from illegal immigrant voting. But not to worry, for we have long been told that U.S. election fraud is a simple figment of the imagination, i.e. another conspiracy theory.

For those who might require proof of the matter, the Heritage Foundation Oversight Project posted copies of the flyers from the Tamaulipas, Mexico-based nongovernmental organization Resource Center Matamoros. The flyer was clear: “Reminder to vote for President Biden when you are in the U.S. We need another four years of his term to stay open.”

RCM was thorough with its advertising too, posting flyers on the walls of portable toilets and literally handing them out in person to those seeking to illegally enter the United States. Yet don’t expect the Biden regime to get to the bottom of it all. Per Mayorkas, the matter is one for state and local election officials to tackle. And, of course, Donald Trump is the real boogeyman responsible for everything that’s wrong with the border, according to those who never promote conspiracy theories.

As for Resource Center Matamoros, it has disputed the authenticity of the flyer in question.

The fact is, non-U.S. citizens are prohibited from voting in federal elections. Yet Democrats cry bloody murder whenever it is proposed that photo identification or proof of U.S. citizenship be implemented prior to entering the voting booth.

For his part, during a recent congressional hearing, Attorney General Merrick Garland was asked whether his department was concerned about the Biden flyer. In spouting language typical of the first-rate politician we all have come to love, Garland claimed he’d never seen or heard of the poster and said it was the first time he’d heard anyone even mention it. Talk about covering all the angles without saying anything.

But, in the land of the Deep State, at least the attorney general didn’t attempt to entirely discredit the whole notion of the questionable flyer. After all, honest elections are paramount.

With a critical presidential election on the horizon, who knows, maybe Joe Biden, Alejandro Mayorkas and Garland will actually take serious measures to confront the matter of election integrity. Nah, on second thought, that would be a conspiracy theory.

Mark Figley is a political activist and guest columnist from Elida. His column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Lima News editorial board or AIM Media, owner of The Lima News.