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USPS Truck Reportedly Carrying Mail-In Ballots Destroyed in New Jersey Fire


New Jersey officials have alerted residents that mail-in ballots may have been destroyed in a fire.

A USPS truck broke down due to mechanical problems in Morris Township. The mechanical problems resulted in a fire, burning all the mail inside the truck.

An urgent notice was sent to residents in Morris Township, warning that if they voted by mail, their ballots may have been destroyed.

Mail-in voting has become the center of controversy in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

President Trump and other leaders have warned that mail-in voting could potentially result in ballot harvesting and voter fraud.

While Democrats have fought back and defended mail-in voting, the reality is that requiring voter ID in-person is probably one of the safest ways to ensure the integrity of our election.

Multiple things can go wrong with mail-in voting… even ballots being burned in mail trucks.

More details on this stunning case below:



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