Vote Fraud in Pennsylvania

Apparently, election officials won't be allowed to invalidate ballots whose signature doesn't match in Pennsylvania. That's going to remove one of the very few protections against vote fraud in mail-in balloting. To make it worse, the state will also (by a ruling from their Supreme Court) count mail-in ballots for up to three days after election day. Those ballots can also be placed in "drop boxes" at "satellite offices", meaning no postmarks are required, and "all registered voters" must be allowed to vote by mail.

This is a recipe for fraud and they will be "finding" those boxes for days after the election, just as soon as they know how many votes they need to manufacture.

This entry was published Sun Sep 20 01:32:07 CDT 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-09-20 01:32:07.0. [Tweet]

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