Attorney General William Barr made a distinction between mail-in ballots for some voters who can’t vote in person and universal mail-in voting in a recent NPR interview.
Barr said that with a “comprehensive rule where all the ballots are essentially mail-in,” “there’s so many occasions for fraud there that cannot be policed.”
According to Barr, he is aware of foreign countries that might try to disrupt mail-in elections to undermine Americans’ confidence in the outcome.
When Barr was asked about whether a mainly mail-in election can be secure, he said “Personally, no.”
Of course, Democrats are okay with this because they have little real confidence that they can win without cheating with their current candidate, Joe Biden, even if the polls look very good for him right now.
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