William Gardner has been the New Hampshire Secretary of State (SoS) forever. Well, a long time. And everyone was fine with that (even this year), so why not in 2018? Left-winger Colin Van Ostern raised a ton of cash to challenge Gardner for the gig, and now we know why. The 2020 Election Steal.
You’ve heard the stories about States whose SoS have been less than helpful when presented with evidence of fraud.
You may also be aware that Gardner has been rubberstamped as the guy for the job for decades. So, why challenge him in 2018 but not in any other year?
Well, there was a great deal of rumbling over Gardner (briefly) joining President Trump’s commission on voter fraud. Looking back, I think that was just a smokescreen. A risible offense to wind up the base (and it did) as an excuse to do what no one had done before. Run a candidate against Gardner for the office.
The orders and money came down from the DNC and its billionaire backers. Capture as many of these positions as we can in the run-up to the 2020 Presidential. We’ll need reliable insiders to protect the epic vote fraud we have planned.
And they did, but not in New Hampshire.
Not that it mattered. Not at the Federal level in NH.
And Gardner has long been unlikely to put up much of a fight when it comes to obvious matters of election fraud. But he wasn’t a guaranteed team player. Van Ostern was obviously set up to buy the seat. He spent a ton of money, but still lost. The Legislature pulled Bill.
And now Van Ostern is not the least bit interested in the job.
That’s not an accident.
I think I have called this one correctly.