Democrats in two states have decided to take traditional voting and throw it out the window.
Democrats in Iowa and Nevada can vote in those states caucuses over the phone instead of showing up in person. Christian Adams with the Public Interest legal Foundation tells KTRH he can foresee just a few problems with doing this.
“Of course it’s going to be riddled with security issues. Anytime you have voting by phone or other detached methods of election you’re going to have security issues,” Adams explained.
And Adams says you should have expected nothing less from the left, and that this is only the beginning.
“The far left will not be happy until you can vote by remote control on your couch in your television at home. That’s what they want,” Adams said, adding that they think direct democracy is better the Constitutional Republic we have had for centuries.