Remember when Stalin said this:

“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.” — Joseph Stalin

Now, do you remember what followed? The October Revolution.

Snopes and other “fact checkers” have already scrubbed the internet; conveniently assembling similar sentiments from past corrupt rulers around the world. Biden and his Communist party cohorts learned well from their teachers.

“As long as I count the Votes, what are you going to do about it. say?” — attributed to William M. “Boss” Tweed in Thomas Nast cartoon, 7 October 1871).

“‘I care not who casts the votes of a nation, provided I can count them,’ Napoleon failed to remark.” — New York Times editorial (26 May 1880).

“There’s more to an election than mere votin’, my boy, for as an eminent American once said: ‘I care not who casts the votes of a nation if they’ll let me make the count.‘” — from Uncle Henry, a novel by George Creel, 1922.

“It’s not the voting that’s democracy, it’s the counting, Archie says.” — from Jumpers, a play by Tom Stoppard, 1972.

“Indeed, you won the elections, but I won the count.” — Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza (1896-1956), Guardian (London), 17 June 1977.

As the Communists did back then the Communists who now are in control in America and worldwide, will outrightly disregard elections. Not that they mattered, anyway.