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SharpieGate Rides Again! Why Did Kelly Dixon of Maricopa Demand Markers for Election Day Fraud and then Delete Her Twitter Profile!?
Her LinkedIn profile fairly bulges with glowing recommendations. She is, to all appearances, the most dedicated and professional of Human Resource experts.
So why did Kelly Dixon (@kellycanhire), the Maricopa County Elections Recruitment and Training Assistant Director, order election workers to hand out ballpoint pens from 10/23 through 11/2 and then suddenly switch to MARKERS on Election Day?
Why, oh why!?! And why did she delete her Twitter account around 10:50 a.m. CST today when it all came to light!? (Don't worry. I've got the screenshots!)
This morning, Ron Watkins (@codemonkeyz) retweeted a photograph of Kelly Dixon's 10/22/2020 email shown above.
As usual with Leftists, what she doesn't say in the email speaks more eloquently than what she actually typed. Kelly acknowledged there were "issues and concerns" with Sharpie markers and thus wrote that ballpoint pens were tickety-boo through Monday, 11/2.
Then she suddenly and inexplicably changes her tune and insists that only markers should be handed out to voters on Election Day, 11/3. Conspicuous by its absence is even a whiff of reason why the sudden change in writing implement. Blatant by its absence is any mention of the "issues and concerns" being addressed with an ETA of resolution prior to election day 11/3.
Nix. Nada. Nothing. Pfffttttt.
Retroactively, Maricopa County has been CYAing like crazy, claiming the volume of votes being scanned on Election Day wouldn't allow time for ballpoint pen to dry, resulting in smearing. I guess it's all that humidity in Arizona that keeps the ink wet longer than ballots filled out with ballpoint pen in Minnesota, the Land of Ten Thousand Lakes.
Uh-huh. And the moon is made of lemon meringue.
Actually, they knew the bulk of in-person voters on 11/3 would be voting for Donald Trump. Prior to 11/3, everyone knew markers/Sharpies were a no-no on ballots. Now if you say that, you're a whacked out Conspiracy Theorist. Luckily, name calling is a logical fallacy. A wind egg. It means nothing.
I dunno about you, but my choice of pen doesn't change by day. Find what works and stick with it! All legal documents from IRS Form 1040 to your Driver's License Renewal insists on a ballpoint pen, usually black.
So why the sudden change, Kelly? And is it possible that this hitherto blameless (as far as we know) professional has allegedly stooped to corruption? That she has allowed her own personal politics to blend over into her professional life? And just what exactly are her politics?
If you go to @kellycanhire now, you'll find her Twitter account has been deleted. No matter. We've got the screenshots. We've got the goods on Kelly Dixon. Turns out, she's far from apolitical.
She tried to, in her words, "work hard to separate my business entity from my personal one, but some things are too important not to own." In other words, she slipped up. Twice with her own tweeets and plenty with her liking of The Squad's tweets, especially Ilhan Omar and Rhashida Tlaib.
On August 14th, 2017 she tweeted a link to a short article titled This Is Not My America attacking the Founding Fathers.
Were the Founding Fathers perfect? No.
Did they own slaves? Yes, some of them did. They had all the usual vices of the 1770s.
Was the nation they envisioned and wrote in the Declaration of Independence and Constitution perfect? Almost.
Their personal lives and choices in no way invalidate those documents. And no Republican/Conservative would've retweeted this article but Kelly did, basically outing herself as a Leftists/Democrat.
And that's not the only clue to her political affiliations.
The article went on to say that Snopes and AP, those bastions of truth, had severed their relationship with Facebook "after a tense couple of years trying, without success, to tackle the epidemic." In other words, only the Snopes and AP alternative reality are allowed or they'll go sulk in the corner. Gotcha!
The article went on to specifically mention, "a flood of anti-semitic false George Soros stories never showed up on the list [of fake news]...It’s why Kenya had to have an election do-over....the misery and suffering of children ripped from their parents and placed into detention camps on American soil, where they’re sexually assaulted and drugged, and simply shrug...Moderators should have the resources needed to get the job done."
Kelly allegedly did just that. She used the resources in per purview, specifically type of pen and obedient election workers, to "get the job done." And she did it in such a happy, friendly email such as one would use to remind employees to "wear your comfortable blue jeans during tomorrow's Casual Friday."
If this is true, then we've flushed out yet another traitor in our midst. Just one little Benedict Arnold of many. (Sound of swamp draining.)
If Kelly's innocent, then why has her Twitter account disappeared? Innocence keeps everything they've ever written or tweeted or posted online active and open because it has nothing to hide.
If you're accused of something untoward, the worst possible thing you can do is delete, delete, delete. It just looks guilty. I learned this the hard way in 2016 when my parents threatened to sue me for defamation. I didn't delete one word I'd written about them. Why? Because it was true!
Guilt has two plays at its disposal and only two: delete and deny. Two pathetic little arrows. Exactly what Kelly Dixon did. Anticipating her move, we took screenshots.
We saw what you wrote. We saw what you tweeted. We understand who you are and that's why you allegedly did what you did.
Congratulations! You just got famous. But as Eomar said in Lord of the Rings, "How long has it been since Saruman bought you? What was the promised price, [Kelly]?" I hope they made it worth your while to sell out your country. You can't sink much lower than that.
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