Associated Press: Mass Mail-In Voting Has Led to ‘High Profile Errors’

While political pundits with no experience of the logistics behind mail-in voting claim there are no issues with mass mail-in ballots, fact-based reports on the matter are beginning to differ. As I warned earlier this year, most Western nations that use mail-in voting no longer try to get this done en masse. In the words of Dr. Stuart Wilks-Heeg of the University of Liverpool: “Greater use of postal voting has made UK elections far more vulnerable to fraud and resulted in several instances of large-scale fraud.” Now the United States faces the same, with the Associated Press admitting in its

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EXC – UK Top Political Editor Warns Team Trump: ‘Be VERY WORRIED About Democrat-Led Voter Fraud… We Lived It.’

In 2008 I flew to Chicago for the final week of the US Presidential election and found myself interviewing the director of the Chicago History Museum. In an aside, he told me he was trying to get funding to send divers into Lake Michigan to see if they could find the infamous ballot boxes allegedly thrown into the water on the orders of the late Mayor Richard J. Daly in 1960 to help JFK narrowly win. Perhaps not surprisingly the Democrat Chicago mayor in 2008, Richard M. Daley, son of the 1960 mayor, was not keen on the project. Chicago

Democrat Court EXTENDS Mail-In Ballot Deadline to Three Days AFTER The Election, CNN Calls It ‘Big Win for Biden’

The Democrat-dominated Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has extended mail-in ballots to be counted up to three days after the election, in an unprecedented attack on election norms. The move – called a “big win for Biden” by CNN – will cause further consternation over the legitimacy of the November 3rd elections. The Morning Call reported: Pennsylvania’s highest court gave the Democratic Party a series of victories Thursday in the presidential battleground state, relaxing deadlines on a fledgling mail-in voting law, approving more ballot collection sites and kicking the Green Party’s presidential candidate off the November ballot. The state Supreme Court,