I think it doesnt matter who wins because they are all controlled from behind the scenes by the puppet masters.
the election is just to give the illusion of choice when in reality there is no choice.
Originally posted by NiteNGale2What difference does that make? There are so many things that are now "felonies" and they can declare anything they want to be a felony. Spitting on the sidewalk, or wearing your trousers too low could easily become felonies. How about posting anti-whatever articles or ranting against a tax law you don't like? they could become defined as "hate speech" and become felonies. A felony used to be reserved for only the worst, most despicable types of crimes. Now, anything can be a "felony".
A person would have to be convicted of a felony before they can be disenfranchised.
It's technically a Class 4 felony.
According to 29-9 of the Illinois Compiled Statutes' Election Code, the practice falls under a prohibition of "unlawful observation of voting."
Other states that ban photography or videography in polling places include Florida, George, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Texas and West Virginia, the social media news website Mashable noted.
It's likely better to just post a photo of your "I Voted" sticker or receipt.
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
Originally posted by NiteNGale2
Now, anything can be a "felony".
Like 3 year old little boy peeing confront of his rural home because he couldn't handle it and didn't have a diaper on xD (OP of the incident)
Originally posted by NiteNGale2May I suggest you visit this website to see that my concerns are quite valid.
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I don't share your fear that "anything can be a felony". But, as to your question, "What difference does that make?", it makes a world of difference. Doing something illegal is not the same as being convicted of a felony.