Sunday, October 04, 2020 by JD Heyes
The louder Democrats and their propagandists in the ‘mainstream media’ scream, “There’s no such thing as mail-in vote fraud!” — the more you need to believe exactly the opposite.
One of the excuses Democrats have been using to push back against President Donald Trump and his administration when they complain that widespread mail-in voting this election is going to be a vote-fraud disaster is that ‘there’s no evidence’ such claims are true.
Case in point: The Postal Service is preparing to launch an investigation into how cartons of mail containing ballots just happened to have been left along the side of a road in the swing state of Wisconsin.
“According to the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office, three trays of mail were discovered shortly before 8 a.m. Monday in a ditch along State 96 at Outagamie county CB in Greenville,” the Post-Crescent reported. “The mail was on its way to the post office and the sheriff’s office turned it over to the postal inspector. The mail was mixed and did contain ‘several’ absentee ballots.”
“We are aware of some mail including absentee ballots recovered in Greenville, Outagamie County earlier this week,” a spokesperson for the USPS said. “The U.S. Postal Service is investigating this matter, and we are unable to comment further at this time.” (Related: Fauci: In-person voting in November can be done safely.)
The report said that the U.S. Postal Service would not disclose the specific location where the absentee ballots were discovered or how many were found.
The news comes after federal law enforcement officials discovered that some military ballots had been discarded in the swing state of Pennsylvania and that out of all the discarded ballots that had been opened, they all had voted for President Donald Trump.
“The FBI has recovered a number of documents relating to military ballots that had been improperly opened by your elections staff, and had the ballots removed and discarded, or removed and placed separately from the envelope containing confidential voter information and attestation,” said U.S. Attorney David J. Freed in a letter to Shelby Watchilla, Director of Elections of Luzerne County Bureau of Elections.
And these are just two of the most recent incidents (both of which occurred in the same week).
Check out what happened earlier this summer in New York during the primaries: It literally took election officials roughly six weeks to count all of the ballots, and many of them were declared null-and-void for a variety of reasons.
“The slow conclusion of the race, in large part because of the large number of mail-in ballots during the pandemic, is raising concerns about whether similar problems will occur in the November elections,” Just The News reported in August.
And in that incident, a federal judge in Manhattan actually intervened to order that 1,000 ballots that were being disputed for various reasons (including some that were not sent in time) had to be counted.
Six weeks. And that one example required a federal court to intervene.
And again, these are just a fraction of the mail-in balloting problems that have been experienced over and over again throughout the primary season. Now, times these by untold thousands of elections all over the country, in which some 40-45 percent of ballots are going to be mailed in, and what do you think is going to happen in a few short weeks to our electoral system?
Can you say mega-collapse?
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