Both the political Left and Right are aligning with the likes of Mike Lindell, True the Vote, and others, in advocating for the implementation of paper ballots and additional safeguards to ensure the integrity of elections and mitigate any reasonable doubts regarding their fairness. 

This stance was echoed in a recent Breitbart News article entitled, "RFK Jr. Says Biden ‘Much Worse Threat to Democracy’ Than Trump." The article highlighted Kennedy’s interview with CNN where he underscored the importance of implementing paper ballots and other measures to eliminate uncertainties surrounding elections. 

According to Kennedy, Biden stands out as the first American president to "weaponize" the agencies of the U.S. federal government against his political adversaries. This starkly contrasts with the principles advocated by his late father, Robert F. Kennedy, former U.S. Attorney General and presidential candidate. 

Former President Donald Trump and the Republican Party are often labeled as the "far right" by Democratic leaders and the media. One possible reason for this characterization is the perception that Trump's appointments prioritize conservative interpretations of the Constitution, particularly on individual rights, federalism, and limited governmental power. The stated objectives for appointments made by Biden do not consistently prioritize this strict interpretation of constitutional principles. 

Trump, alongside a recent proclamation by the Republican Party, advocates for the removal of computerized electronic voting machines, which he refers to as "vote-stealing machines," in favor of paper ballots. He consistently cautions against using mail-in ballots, which he labels "cheat by mail." 

Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a former Democrat now running for president as an Independent against Trump and Biden, agrees. This despite the fact that Trump describes RFK Jr. as "the most Radical Left Candidate in the race, by far." 

Kennedy refrains from affirming that the 2020 election was stolen in the Breitbart article, but contends that past presidential elections have been subject to discrepancies. He draws a comparison to the reliability of gambling machines in Las Vegas, emphasizing that our electoral process should be as trustworthy, if not more so, than these machines. 

This recalls a statement made by his uncle, President John F. Kennedy, during his televised "Report to the American People on Civil Rights" on June 11, 1963, mere months before his assassination. In that address, JFK emphasized that the nation was founded on the principle that all individuals are created equal, and he asserted that American students of any race should have the opportunity to attend any public institution of their choice. 

I have consistently advocated for elections that are fair and equitable for all citizens, supporting the removal of voting machines, mail-in ballots, and extended election days. Lindell's organization, the Lindell Legal Offense Fund, has been proactive in publishing stories about election fraud, regardless of party affiliation, highlighting concerns from both Democrats and Republicans. True the Vote and various other election integrity organizations also support these initiatives for ensuring the integrity of our electoral processes.

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