We do not know the extent of voting discoveries

Seeking ends in finding. The rare exception is that quest conducted by the denier established facts. There was a song called “Why stand aloof?” Containing the exhortation “Break the arm of the wicked and the evildoer, Seek out his wickedness until You find none.” (Psalms 10:15, NASB). We understand that every quest conducted by people who are neither wicked nor evil has a successful end. Find appears in quotes in the intelligent press because the state of Georgia knows how to keep civil war dinosaurs alive. When secession and insurrection are shown to be nothing to write home about then the fatal disease of a nation’s conservative and republican policies and general voting expectations are not real any more.

The certainty of finding exactly what we want

Successful Quests

The legacy of political corruption

We do not know when or in what country the practice of manipulating the result of a general election began.

Exceptional seeking is putting Jim Crow and First Nations abusers under the microscope until the world will have no doubt that their opinions are absolute rubbish. 

The broken arm of the wicked

“But from there you will seek the Lord your God, and you will find Him if you search for Him with all your heart and all your soul.”

Israel will seek (the verb is perfect and piel) YAHWEH when she finds herself in a strange land.

(Deuteronomy 4:29, NASB)

Certainty was in Moses’ mind when he said, “The Lord will scatter you among the peoples, and you will be left few in number among the nations where the Lord drives you”, (Deuteronomy 4:27) The scattering is perfect and hiphil; the action is respectively certain in the speaker’s mind and caused by the Lord. There is no doubt at all that the United States is being governed by a lot of scattered brains. Now that it is clear that one-third of Americas can create delusions of anything they think they need to cover up the absence of a genuine quest to discover the answer to “What would Jesus do?” it is now safe to expect “vote finding” to be more than a Georgian thing.