(Thanks to Susan for the news tip)
We deliver elections, too!
Let’s shake the cornucopia of bad and discouraging nooze and see which rotten apple falls out first. Ah, here we go! 28 million reasons why we should not have mail-in voting.
Cal Thomas, writing in the Western Journal, says he voted by mail twice–because the Post Office couldn’t find his first ballot and so sent him another one… and of course the first ballot showed up after the second was received. “Multiply my experience by 100 million… and the problem should be obvious,” he said. Better make that “screaming obvious.”
In Nevada alone, almost a quarter million mail-in ballots had to be thrown out because they had an incorrect address. The Post Office reports that 28 million, nationally, have gone astray during the past decade. 28 million.
And we’re not even talking purposeful fraud. Mail-in voting gets down on its knees and begs for fraud. Democrats will be only too happy to oblige.
Look, if it’s too much trouble to go down to the polls and vote in person, then don’t vote. Too many people vote in our elections, anyway.
It’s not that hard to wreck a country. It’s been done a great many times in history. It’s being done now, to ours. By liberals.
Don’t let them do it.