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Election Fraud 101: Have People Print Ballots At Home—The Latest On California’s Recall Election


Want to know how to defraud an election?

Let people print the ballots out at home…….

That is apparently what California will allow its citizens to do during Gavin Newsom’s upcoming recall election, and many people understand exactly what is going on here.

First, Democrats are scared. They’re terrified of Larry Elder.

Second, Democrats are once again trying to defraud a really serious election.

Lastly, the second item is evidence of the first.

It remains to be seen whether or not this will work, but we are already receiving reports of potential election tampering and malfeasance.

Take a look:

Western Journal sounded the alarm:

This method could make it even easier to commit voter fraud and may be the Democrats’ most brazen, transparent attempt yet to rig an election.

The Secretary of State’s website lists the steps a voter must take to cast their ballot:

Download the application
Mark their selections
Print their selections
Sign the envelope (using the envelope provided with the vote-by-mail ballot or the voter’s own envelope)
Return the printed and signed selections either by mail or by dropping it off at a voting location. The selections cannot be returned electronically.

Here’s what The Red State Observer had to say:

What? A universal print-at-home ballot for the California gubernatorial recall election? Say it isn’t so. Mailing every (alleged) registered voter a ballot led to disastrous results in the November 2020 election and additionally allowing every (alleged) registered voter a way to download and print a ballot will only make the cluster***k even bigger.

So is this really happening?

The short answer is yes, due to a gut-and-amend bill hastily passed by the Democrat supermajority in June 2020. This legislative workaround was necessary because Newsom had had his Executive Order-loving wings clipped by a Sutter County Superior Court judge last fall after a lawsuit challenging those orders was brought by two Republican Assembly members: Kevin Kiley and James Gallagher.


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