A rerun of Austria’s presidential election is set to be postponed because the glue on postal votes is not sticking, it has been confirmed.
Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka, the person largely responsible for the voter fraud during the last election, told reporters that new dates had been scheduled for 2 October, 27 November and 4 December after the public refused to accept his “glueless” envelopes opening the door to switching out votes in huge numbers.
Desperate to keep the country’s borders open to an unprecedented influx of migrants, Globalists Erwin Proell and Sobotka engineered a brazen attempt to steal the vote during the last election, failed, and then did the same thing again, only to fail again.
The only guarantee for a rerun of the elections relatively free from fraud is the sacking of Sobotka, the return of Johanna Mikl Leitner as head of the Interior Ministry and police men guarding the postal votes ballot boxes. Sobotka hasn’t got it. He is going to try to steal the vote a third time. Watch this space.