Some states begin plans to expand mail-in voting—Democrat cheating would be rampant

The practice contains dangers of illegal voting and political corruption.

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The Pew Trust recently reported that because of the coronavirus, certain states want to expand the practice of mail-in voting.

Pew: “Voting by mail looks different in each state. While most states allow all voters to cast a mail-in ballot, 17 states restrict absentee voting to people who have disabilities, who are ill or who would be out of town on Election Day.”

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The report continues: “Several states have begun lifting restrictions on mail-in voting, opening the process to people who may have fears of exposure to the highly infectious virus. Among them is Alabama, which postponed until July 14 its March 31 runoff in the Republican election for U.S. Senate. The July date would give officials time to process absentee ballots, and it’s the last day the state could hold an election without interrupting the November general election. According to Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill, ‘That spreads out the work for them, enabling the voters more time to have their voices heard and votes counted.’”

While the mail-in method does make voting more convenient and potentially safer in the public health sense for voters, it also offers Democratic Party operatives massive opportunities for cheating in the upcoming fall elections.

They have utilized mail-in ballots to cheat for generations. The Democrats are particularly interested in “ballot harvesting,” a practice they unsuccessfully tried to legalize in the present coronavirus economic rescue package.

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The Democrats used this unethical technique, where just the amount of votes Democrats needed to win magically appeared at counting stations after the polls closed, to flip several U.S. House seats in California in 2018. The newfound votes were coincidentally delivered by Democrat volunteers. Mail-in voting could make this easier.

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Democrat pros could easily set up ballot collection stations in friendly areas where mail-in votes could be sorted by those from Democrat areas and those from GOP areas. Those from GOP areas would somehow be “lost” and then the rest would be delivered by Democrats to county election offices.

This is only one of the ploys Democrats will employ in the fall, using the coronavirus as an excuse to cheat any way they can.

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