Virginia Dems Panic as ‘Cut Cable’ Downs Entire Voter Registration System, Some Blame GOP

A ‘cut cable’ has supposedly caused the entire voter registration system in Virginia to completely crash on the last day it is available, sending Democrats in a panic. The state has recently turned almost completely blue, and it is likely to stay that way.

There is a good chance Joe Biden will take the state, although President Trump hasn’t counted Virginia out. Democrat Governor Ralph Northam has had his scandals in the recent past as well, causing further concern with Virginia Democrats.

More recently he has played more to the radical base, not doing much about monument destruction in Virginia, trying to push radical gun control laws, and enforcing strict Covid-19 rules, especially in the swing region of Virginia Beach.

Nevertheless, this presidential election coming up is unpredictable, with many variables at play, the Democrats in Virginia appear to be furious. Some are even blaming the apparent accident on the GOP on Twitter. WUSA9 tweeted:

“An accidentally cut cable has caused the entire Virginia voter registration online system to go down on the last day to register to vote before election day.”

The Virginia Information Technologies Agency tweeted out regarding the incident:

“A fiber cut near Rt. 10 in Chester near the Commonwealth Enterprise Solutions Center (CESC) is impacting data circuits and virtual private network (VPN) connectivity for multiple Commonwealth agencies. Technicians are on site and working to repair the cut; updates will be provided as work progresses.”

Virginia Mercury reported:

VITA said the cut was “impacting data circuits and virtual private network (VPN) connectivity for multiple Commonwealth agencies.”

That included the Virginia DMV and the Virginia Department of Health, whose online COVID-19 dashboard was down. The DMV said it was unable to process transactions and any appointments customers had made would have to be rescheduled.

The Virginia Employment Commission, currently dealing with a surge of out-work people seeking assistance during the pandemic, said it too was “unable to perform many agency functions at this time.”

In addition to impeding voter registration, the outage was also affecting early voting, which involves election officials checking voters’ eligibility against a state database.

The Virginia Beach registrar’s office posted a Facebook notice saying voters showing up to vote in person would have to cast a provisional ballot, meaning a ballot that will be set aside until officials can verify the voter’s eligibility.

Apparent Democrats are freaking out on Twitter:

Virginia’s radical left Democrat Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax who has been accused of rape, although he denies it, is calling for an extension of the Virginia registration deadline due to this occurrence:

“I am officially calling for Virginia’s Registration Deadline to be extended beyond today due to the service outages impacting voters’ ability to register statewide. We will work with the Administration to resolve this issue and ensure all voters have access to #Vote.”

Time will tell what happens from this crazy incident as we head into an unprecedented election season. Stay tuned…