Well, wouldn’t you know it. After what happened in the 2020 election, we’re already running in to problems AGAIN with America’s voting system.
This time, it’s in regards to the September 14 California Governor recall election of Democrat Gavin Newsom.
It’s crazy, but for some reason the absentee ballot envelopes were designed in a way that can potentially tip off the candidate that was voted for, opening up the entire election for fraud.
Think about it, a liberal mailman sees that Gavin Newsom isn’t getting as many votes as he would have liked. What if we just dumped a few in the trash? What’s to stop him?
The Amistad Project and the American Voter’s Alliance released a joint statement on August 23: “California voters are calling attention to a glaring flaw in the design of absentee ballot envelopes being used in the recall election of California Governor Gavin Newsom.”
In a video posted on Instagram, one California woman outlined how the fraud could happen:
“When you fold up your ballot, more than likely, it seems natural, you’re just going to slip this in, but you have to pay attention to these two holes that are in the front of the envelope. You can see, someone from the outside of the mail in ballot, you can see if somebody has voted yes to recall Newsom.”
Simply put, this is just begging for illegal interference, and something needs to be done IMMEDIATELY if we’re supposed to believe the results of this eleciton.
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