Photo, above: This is how Democrats win elections. Ever hear the mainstream media complain about this? Yeah, me neither.

H/T Renee H

Wonderful! An international poll-watching group, The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, or OSCE, is planning to send a large number of “observers” to monitor US election. The observers are reportedly looking for evidence of election fraud.

There will be 426 OSCE observers monitoring our election on November 8. My question is who the hell invited these people? That should give us some idea of their true mission in “observing” our election process.

According to the US Mission to the OSCE, “The Department of State will therefore assist ODIHR (Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, a subordinate branch of OSCE), the Needs Assessment Mission, and subsequent election observation mission in their efforts to contact elections officials throughout the United States in connection with its organization of elections observation.” (more, below)

So, the answer is the US Department of State is requesting this unprecedented number of foreign observers to monitor and report on our election. The US Mission to OSCE is a part of the US Department of State. There is actually an ambassador to OSCE, Daniel Baer.

Let’s take a look at the chain of command of the US Mission to the OSCE, shall we?….
Barack Hussein Obama
John “Swift Boat” Kerry
US Ambassador to OSCE, Daniel Baer

Beautiful! Sounds like this “observation” is going to be completely honest and transparent…. NOT! Given the reputations of those who requested this unprecedented observation/reporting I am anticipating one of three outcomes….

  1. If Hitlery wins by massive Democrat election fraud and it is proven and documented, there will be reports from OSCE of massive Republican non-existent cheating to justify Hitlery’s victory in the following terms ,”Oh, well, everyone is doing it. It is still a level playing field. The best woman won. It must suck to be a Republican.”
  2. If Hitlery wins by massive Democrat election fraud that there is ample evidence but not proof of, the reports from OSCE will be that they witnessed the entire process, the election was conducted fairly, there was no evidence of election fraud, and any claims to the contrary are erroneous and being reported by sore losers. The Democrat Party Communications Branch, aka the mainstream media, will celebrate and validate this finding 24/7.
  3. If Donald Trump wins the election despite massive Democrat election fraud, which you can certainly expect, and which has already been documented and proven, then there will be reports from OSCE of massive Republican election fraud, which will be screamed from the rooftops by every talking head in the mainstream media for days, justifying an executive order from Barack Hussein to forfeit the election to Hitlery or at least conduct a recall election, during which the election fraud effort will be stepped up.

I am not saying this is going to happen. I am saying that I fear it and I will not be the least bit surprised if and when it does happen.

If Donald Trump somehow wins this election despite the massive Democrat election fraud we all know has been happening, is happening right now, and will continue through election day, then I pray that he fixes our electoral system, by executive order if necessary. My ideas of what must be done, at a minimum, to restore our broken system….

  1. Nationwide voter IDs are a MUST! They will go a long way in reducing the election fraud that is so easy to accomplish in the United States.
  2. No exploitable electronic machines. Old-fashioned paper ballots only, to be hand-counted multiple times at the precinct level in the presence of representatives of both major parties and streamed online for the public to witness.

According to Fox News, “amid claims from both presidential campaigns of election interference, an international agency is planning to dramatically expand the number of observers deployed to U.S. polling locations – though they’ve had to scale back their original game plan since some states won’t allow the foreign poll watchers.

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, or OSCE, originally announced it would send 100 long-term election observers ‘to follow the electoral process countrywide” and 400 short-term observers “to follow election day proceedings.’ The 500 observers would mark a tenfold increase from 2012, when the group had just 44 observers in the United States. The OSCE is better known for sending observers into countries where democracy seems shaky, such as Ukraine.

The move comes as Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has warned about a ‘rigged’ election, and called for his supporters to act as citizen election observers as well. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, and Obama administration officials, have said the Russian government is attempting to influence the U.S. election.

The OSCE says it has made its deployment decision independent of this year’s campaign rhetoric. Further, the OSCE has had to reduce its planned observer force in recent weeks – given that a dozen states prohibit international observers, while seven states and the District of Columbia explicitly allow them. Most other states allow counties to make interpretations.

‘The decision to send observers or not depends on the participating states,’ said Thomas Rymer, spokesman for the OSCE’s Office of Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.

Whether the observer presence will lead to tensions at poll sites remains to be seen. But Kay Stimson, spokeswoman for the National Association of Secretaries of State, the group representing chief state election officials, said they’ve been coached on following the law.

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‘The flashpoint in past cycles has been attempts by international observers to enter polling places or maintain a presence near voting sites in states where such missions are not authorized or permitted by state law,’ she said. ‘We’ve provided the OSCE mission leaders with information on the states in this camp, so now it’s up to them to abide by the law while they’re in the U.S.’

While the exact reduction in short-term observers is not yet determined, the international body reduced the number of long-term observers from 100 to 26, Stimson said.

‘I don’t know what the actual difference will be — they haven’t shared final numbers with us. We hope to know more soon,’ Stimson told ‘I haven’t heard of any secretaries of state that are put off by the size of the mission.’

Even if the OSCE slashed the number of short-term observers by three-quarters, as it has the long-term observers, that would still total 126, nearly triple the number of observers in 2012.

International observers have no legal authority under any international law, and can only observe and report their findings.

The dramatic increase from 2012 to 2016 didn’t happen because of anything Trump has said or because of a request from activists, said Rymer, the OSCE spokesman.

‘The increase in the number of observers is the result of the recommendation to include short-term observers, to observe proceedings in polling stations on elections more closely,’ Rymer told

As for concerns about Russian interference, Rymer said: ‘The Russian authorities have publicly announced that they will not be sending observers as part of the ODIHR mission. There will be one Russian citizen observing, who is a staff member at our offices in Warsaw.’

According to The Associated Press, Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana have separately denied a request for Russian officials to be at polling stations. These states specifically prohibit any election observers — as do Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee.

According to the National Conference of State Legislatures, the states that allow international election observers are: California, Hawaii, Missouri, North Dakota, New Mexico, South Dakota, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

The Leadership Conference of Civil and Human Rights actually asked for more observers than planned in an August letter.

‘The need for additional election observers is paramount,’ the letter said. ‘The unprecedented weakening of the Voting Rights Act has led to a tidal wave of voter discrimination efforts nationwide and has required the United States to drastically scale back its own election monitoring program.’

The letter singled out several states for allegedly having ‘enhanced voter intimidation efforts.’ It also took a swipe at Trump, saying he’s ‘urged supporters to challenge voters at polling sites nationwide.’

Three of the states singled out by the civil rights group — Alabama, Arizona and Texas — prohibit international election observers.

‘Our law … prevents anybody from observing elections who is not a resident of Alabama,’ Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told

Merrill has no philosophical gripe with international observers, as he traveled to Russia to work as one earlier this year and doesn’t anticipate mischief from observers coming to other U.S. states.

‘We were properly instructed in Moscow,” Merrill said. “If you don’t act right, you’re playing with fire.'”