Hey Y’all, This Remembering Stuff is Hard.

December 13, 2017 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

Oh good Lord.

 

There’s a story here.  All three of them had mistakes on their ballot by mail applications.

Voting by mail ain’t real hard – old people do it.  When your mail ballot arrives, you fill it out, put it in a small envelope they provide and then seal it.  Then you put that envelope in a large yellow envelope and sign the back of the yellow envelope (or whatever color New York uses), and sign that across the seal. That is the signature that is used to validate that you filled out the ballot.

The Trumps said they would be out of town on the New York election day and requested a ballot by mail.

First Lady did not sign the envelope she put the ballot in as required by BOE, so her vote wasn’t counted. […]

Trump’s daughter Ivanka also botched her ballot. It was filled out correctly, but she didn’t mail it until Election Day—which was too late to be counted, officials said.

Her husband, Jared Kushner, didn’t mail his back at all, according to the board. […]

Officials said the President’s ballot was fine. But that was before the Daily News pointed out to an official that the date of birth on his application was a full month off.

Trump, 71, was born on June 14, 1946, but his ballot application lists his birthday as July.

These people have security clearances.

Thanks to everybody for the heads up.

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15 Comments to “Hey Y’all, This Remembering Stuff is Hard.”


  1. What kind of Moran gets his own birthday wrong?

    Even if you have someone fill it out for you.

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  2. It’s like having a golden toilet in your bathroom, but always forgetting to flush.

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  3. Are we at all surprised?

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  4. #1) The rules never apply to them

    #2) They are not very smart

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  5. ROTFLMAO
    No surprises. Don’t think any of them have as much brain power as jellyfish. BTW, jellyfish have no brain, not one lonely little cell. Sounds about right to me.

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  6. I am prone to take that “old people do it” shot personally.

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  7. @Tilph

    Are you saying America elected a jellyfish POTUS in November, 2016. Great 🙁

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  8. Rick, water can be very powerful, take the Grand Canyon for example, and every time you flush that golden toilet, gold is eroded from the bowl and washed into the sewer.
    It might be a very minor amount but with time it can add up, never under estimate the power of water, it is constantly changing the face of the planet and if Trump isn’t paying attention all that sh$$ will be swirling around his ankles.

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  9. Shouldn’t the Grifters be charged with voter fraud, or for being frauds, or for perpetuating fraud on the American public or something? Cripes…at least they’re all consistently incompetent. Points for that?

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  10. Linda Phipps says:

    Cheryl, actually they all so arrogant they don’t realize that being stupid also counts. They think they are teflon or something.

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  11. Marge Wood says:

    Betcha a secretary did all of them. It’s okay to have one person help another person fill out a mail in ballot but not a whole slew of ballots. And you really have to watch what you’re doing. The voter counter folks do look at them carefully.

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  12. On the bright side, their four votes didn’t count.

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  13. Tilphousia says:

    Sorry, Micr, my name didn’t print correctly. But your question about jellyfish, well, let’s see: no brain, tentacles that reach everywhere and destroy everything they touch, blown this way and that (whim). Sadly the jellyfish doesn’t tweet, but the others fit rather well.

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  14. “These people have security clearances.”

    Shows how deeply the Rethugs have corrupted our entire government. In my day a clearance was a VBFD, and wasn’t issued without an errorproof application and thorough vetting process (w/no 2-3-4th chances to get it right). These thieving, lying, corrupt fools could have never qualified for one.
    Hell, the process still was rigorous a few years ago, when I filled out a requested background form on a clearance applicant (for a sensitive cyber position).

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  15. The entire state of Washington votes by mail, although the dismal percentages would seem to indicate that it’s much too difficult for the vast majority. When you ask people if they voted, the usual answer is “I didn’t have time.” Luckily they all have time to get screwed over and bitch about it. Go figure!

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