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Mail-in voting ripe for fraud

Tim Kapfhamer



Democrats and the media keep repeating to us voter fraud is rare and there are no problems with voting by mail. If they say this often enough, people may be brainwashed into believing it. However, there are problems that negate people’s votes we’re not being told about.

California election officials reportedly rejected more than 100,000 mail-in ballots from the March primary election. Of these, 27,525 were rejected for signature issues.

In New Jersey, a sitting city council member, a councilman-elect, and two others were charged with multiple counts of voter fraud. Ballots bearing names of residents who said they didn’t vote and never saw their ballot, were delivered and counted.

A West Virginia mailman was charged with voter fraud, admitting changing mail-in ballot requests’ party affiliation. Former Pennsylvania Rep. Michael Myers (D) was indicted on multiple counts, including conspiracy to violate voting rights by fraudulently stuffing ballot boxes, bribery of an election official, falsification of records, voting more than once in a federal election, and obstruction of justice.

It took six weeks to declare a winner in a Democrat primary in New York. Candidates were only about 3,000 votes apart, but 12,000 of 60,000 mail-in ballots (20 percent) were disqualified. A lawsuit also states election officials mailed out around 34,000 ballots only one day before the election.

State Superior Court Judge Ernest Caposela ruled a new election must be held in November for a Paterson City Council seat in New Jersey after the winner of the race and an elected official were charged with voter fraud. Two Washington Post reporters determined 17,800 non-U.S. citizens voted in the 2008 election just in North Carolina, possibly tipping their electoral votes. They also cited that one in 16 non-citizens in the U.S. voted in the 2008 election. Nearly 1,000,000 illegal votes may have been cast. In an ongoing investigation, ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations office in Raleigh, North Carolina, charged 19 more illegal aliens with illegally voting in the 2016 presidential election.

A Democrat political operative in New Jersey admitted to the New York Post that for decades he changed votes in a number of races. He also trained 20 operatives in other states.

This is just a sample. Voter fraud and mail-in voting problems are going unreported. In the past, many Democrats were warning of the dangers of mail-in voting, but are now pushing for this, Many countries around the world have banned mail-in voting because of the obvious and wide-open opportunities for voter fraud. Absentee ballots have built-in protections in most states, but voting in person ensures your vote will count.