A 2005 bipartisan commission concluded that mail-in ballots “remain the largest source of potential voter fraud.”
In 2020, the pandemic was conveniently used as an excuse to require mail-in ballots be sent nationwide to every citizen on the voter rolls. The voter rolls were not current and contained the name of many who had moved or died.
Election Fraud is Real
In 2008, the Supreme Court upheld Indiana’s voter ID law. The Court’s reasoning was “flagrant examples of fraud have been documented throughout this nation’s history by respected historians and journalists. Fraud is real and can affect the outcome of a close election.”
Documented Fraud in the 2020 Election
In Arizona, the law requires that to be considered valid, ballots must be received by 7 PM on election day. In Maricopa County, more than 20,000 ballots were delivered by the postal service after election day. Over 19,000 of these late ballots were accepted. Biden won Arizona by only 10,457 votes.
In Wisconsin, Mark Zuckerberg illegally paid Democratic political operatives to take over the administration of the election in five of Wisconsin’s largest cities. In July 2022, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the unmanned drop boxes, funded by Mark Zuckerberg, were illegal. Biden won Wisconsin by only 20,000 votes.
The documentary “2000 Mules” revealed how 2,200 people, or mules, stuffed multiple ballots into drop boxes in 5 cities. The mules visited 20 to 45 drop boxes each and dropped off an average of 5 ballots in each drop box.
Biden’s Sinister Plan
About two years ago, Biden issued an executive order that went largely unnoticed.
Executive Order 14019 instructs federal agencies to collaborate with private groups to “promote voter registation and voter participation.” The White House will repurpose government agencies into massive taxpayer-funded “get-out-the-vote” operations for the Democrats.
Immigration Services will promote voter registration for new citizens. The Department of Education will connect student loan recipients to voter registration services. The Treasury Department will connect federal benefit recipients with voter registration services. The Department of Justice will promote voting for those exiting the criminal justice system.
Voters Want Their Old System Back
An I&I/TIPP poll of all political parties taken in December 2022 revealed that 83 percent of the voters support requiring voters to show a photo ID to vote. 69 percent support limits on mail-in voting. 54 percent support banning ballot harvesting.
In-person voting is the norm. It has always been the norm and needs to continue being the norm.
Democrats are working harder to change the election system than to change voters’ minds because they do not care what the voter thinks. They just want to win.
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