The Democrats have been pedal-to-the-metal recently for mail-in voting.
Anytime the Democrats rally so quickly and so unified behind an idea, it’s worth a second-look.
Unfortunately, the Democrats have no issue using a crisis, in this case the COVID outbreak, as a means to check off boxes on their wish list.
We’ve been told that without mail-in voting, voters will either stay home or risk death by performing their civic duty.
Anyone who questions the accuracy of mail-in voting, therefore, doesn’t want people to be able to vote or wants massive death.
Here’s an example from WTRF, a local news station in West Virginia, as to what can go wrong with mail-in voting:
A mail carrier was charged with attempting to defraud the residents of West Virginia of a fair election. West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the criminal charge Tuesday after an investigation into “alleged manipulation of absentee voter requests.”
A press release from the Office of the Attorney General identifies the mail carrier as 47-year-old Thomas Cooper of Dry Fork, West Virginia. An affidavit claims he “fraudulently altered eight absentee ballot requests in Pendleton County,” by changing the party affiliation from Democrat to Republican. Cooper had access to the ballot requests because of his job as a rural mail carrier — he delivered mail in the three towns that the tampered requests came from: Onego, Riverton and Franklin. The affidavit states Cooper admitted to tampering with some of the requests.
An elections official in the Pendleton County Courthouse caught the tampered ballots and told the state’s Election Fraud Task Force, the press release said. “Manipulating one’s absentee ballot or application is not a laughing matter – it’s a federal offense,” Attorney General Morrisey said. “We must protect the integrity of the ballot box, and this demonstrates the aggressive action we will take to do so. It is more important now than ever for voters to watch for unexplained or suspicious marks and/or any other irregularity with their ballot. If something looks suspicious, let us know right away.”
In this case, investigators discovered the fraud before it could affect an election.
But what if investigators aren’t as quick in the future?
According to Adam Schiff and Marianne Williamson, voter fraud resulting from mail-in voting is basically impossible:
Don’t you feel reassured now?
Meanwhile Fox News reports that former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt shares President Trump’s concerns with voter fraud:
Former Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt echoed President Trump's concerns about mail-in voting Tuesday, telling "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that it will likely increase the risk of voter fraud in his state.
"This is the game," said Laxalt, outside counsel for the nonprofit Americans for Public Trust. "It's about winning elections and gaining power and here in my swing state ... you are seeing videos of thousands of ballots that are piled up in apartments and trash cans and in hallways. And this is all because we are doing our first mail-in ballot election in the history of our state all under the cloak of the pandemic."
Laxalt spoke hours after Twitter slapped a warning label on one of President Trump's tweets for the first time, cautioning readers that despite the president's claims, "fact checkers" say there is "no evidence" that mail-in voting would increase fraud risks -- while also noting that "experts say mail-in ballots are very rarely linked to voter fraud." (Emphasis added.)
The former state AG went on to claim that Nevada, which is one of several states that have chosen to expand mail-in voting during the COVID-19 pandemic, has been sending absentee ballots to inactive voters.
"Inactive voters, 200,000 of them were mailed ballots all across the greater Las Vegas area," he said, "and we have no way to know if these are going to lead to massive voter fraud, and they continue to sue to get rid of signature verifications and to enact the California-style ballot harvesting right here in Nevada."
Laxalt urged residents to "put pressure" on the Nevada secretary of state's office as well as local registrars to "stop this practice.”
Democrats don’t want an accurate election.
They want elections riddled with fraud and deceit so that they can steal them.
It’s the same reason they don’t want identification requirements for in-person voting.
Watch Tom Fitton’s, President of Judicial Watch, appearance on Tucker Carlson’s show where he explains how mail-in voting is basically asking for fraud:
Here’s the latest circulating on Twitter about mail-in voting: