Universal Mail-In-Voting: Chaos on Election Day
“The Left likes to pretend there’s no voter fraud, or that it’s not substantial. I don’t know about you, but even one vote can make or break a race and I don’t want my vote to be stolen.” Tom Fitton expands on the perils of vote-by-mail in last week’s Weekly Update.
There’s certainly no shortage of evidence when it comes to the dangers of a national mail-in-voting system, according to Fitton. In fact, “what’s going on is a revolution against the rule of law on elections,” he states in last week’s Weekly Update. “The Left doesn’t want any checks on ballots… and dirty voting rolls can mean dirty elections,” he continues.
A standard-bearer in the fight for election integrity, Fitton states “there’s going to be increased fraud because we’re relying on a process that is susceptible to fraud.” With 43 million ballots estimated to be sent out during this election year, “even if fraud weren’t the issue, the ability to mess with your vote increases.” Drawing from the failures of the recent New York primary elections, Fitton reminds viewers that “they [election officials] still didn’t figure out who won, a month after the election because they were overwhelmed by mail-in-ballots.” What’s more, “20% of the ballots in NY were supposedly tossed aside.”
When this system is applied nationally, it’s a matter which should alarm all Americans, Fitton argues. A seeming recipe for destruction, he states that “the Left likes to pretend there’s no voter fraud, or that it’s not substantial. I don’t know about you, but even one vote can make or break a race and I don’t want my vote to be stolen. Certainly not negated by someone who votes illegally.”
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