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What's all the to-do about mail-in voting? Here's what...

Jeff Moore, writing at FirstInFreedomDaily.com clearly explains with hard facts why Democrats like mail-in ballots so much.  He writes:

 Democratic politicians and the Left at Large are all in for voting by mail. So much so that they smear any proposed restriction (or restoration) on mail-in voting rules as tantamount to Jim Crow. It’s absurd; but their is a reason the Left is so willing to embarrass themselves for the expansion of mail-in voting.

While it may seem pretty obvious to some, a picture has a way of driving home the point of it all:

 

The Democrats dominate the absentee vote; in North Carolina and around the country. If you knew, as a political strategist, that a particular form of voting can be exploited to yield margins like this, you might just be willing to lie, smear, and spiel your way to expanding that form of voting exponentially.

And if your opposition has anything to say about it…racist. A simple formula and a sinister motivation.






Comment

( April 7th, 2021 @ 7:46 am )
 
The First in Freedom Daily misses one of the most important reasons why Democrats push mail in voting and Republicans oppose it, and that is it makes election fraud easier. If is necessary to the corrupt practice of ballot harvesting, which has long been practiced by Democrats in southeastern NC and was identified as being done multiple places around the country in the 2020 election by Democrats. Even a blue ribbon federal commission on improving voting headed by Jimmy Carter 20 years ago urging limiting mail in voting due to the potential for fraud.



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