Something smell fishy about the voting numbers. Well…let’s be honest, a LOT of things are smelling fishy about the 2020 election numbers.
But I want to tell you about this new statistic that not many people are really talking about. And that statistic is the rejection rate for mail-in ballots. In other words, what is the percentage of ballots that are rejected by the election officials for whatever reason.
First, you need to know that mail-in ballots are not a completely new thing but have recently exploded in popularity.
Before this year, the ballot rejection percentage was 1-2%. So in 2016, the absentee mail-in ballots were rejected at a pace of 1 to 2 per 100 ballots received.
Then in 2020, the Democrats pushed mail-in ballots across the nation. The rejection percentage SKYROCKETED to the tune of 25%. So during early primaries, almost 25 out of 100 ballots received were kicked out.
But here’s the fishy part. During the presidential election for the November contest, the rejection number plummeted back down to less than one percent.
How could that be? How could it be that an explosion of mail-in ballots for a population that has never done it before has a lower rejection rate than just months before?
Something isn’t right and it’s time to figure out what really happened.