FRAUD: California Rejects 100,000 Mail-In Ballots for Primary Election Due to Abnormalities
Over 100,000 mail-in ballots submitted by California voters during a March presidential primary were rejected due to abnormalities, in a taste of what is to come if widespread mail-in voting is used during November’s presidential election.
“The only thing worse than people not voting is people attempting to vote and having their ballot uncounted,” said Kim Alexander, who serves as president of the California Voter Foundation, also noting that these canceled votes “can make a difference in a close contest.”
California claims that 70,330 ballots were rejected because they were not properly postmarked on or before Election Day and received before three days following the election. An additional 27,525 ballots were rejected because they lacked a proper signature. The rejected ballots would be enough to swing an election during a general election, particularly the state and local races.
This news bolsters President Trump’s assertion that mail-in voting is rife for fraud, which has been denied by Democrats and their fake news backers.
Attorney General Bill Barr has echoed President Trump’s concerns regarding mail-in voting and the potential for widespread election fraud.
“The thing we have going for us, especially when there’s intense division in the country, is that we have peaceful transfers of power and a way of resolving it is to have an election,” Barr said in a Fox News interview.
“But when state governments start adopting these practices like mail-in ballots, that open the floodgates of potential fraud, then people’s confidence in the outcome of the election is going to be undermined,” he added.
Big League Politics has reported on other recent instances of fraud that have stemmed from mail-in voting schemes pushed by Democrats:
Four men, two of whom are Democratic city council members, have been charged with running a voter fraud operation in the town of Paterson, New Jersey.
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced charges of mail-in voting fraud, election fraud, and illegal possession of mail-in ballots against Michael Jackson, Alex Mendez, Shelim Khalique, and Abu Rayzen.
Jackson is an active city councilman, while Mendez is a councilman-elect. Khalique is the brother of another Paterson city councilman, and Rayzen is a campaign operative for Khalique’s brother, Shahin Khalique.
The charges allege that Jackson took it upon himself to pick up completed mail-in ballots from voters in the city and delivered them to the Passaic County Board of Elections. Jackson failed to disclose to the board of elections that he delivered ballots for that he’s a city council member, and in one case, a ballot that he picked up that was unsealed was delivered to the election authorities sealed and completed.
Mendez is also accused of the same form of dishonest ballot harvesting, declining to reveal that he was a candidate for office when dropping off mail-in ballots. He’s also charged with falsifying and tampering with records.
President Trump is being proven correct regarding his skepticism of mail-in voting. Democrats are pushing for it because it expands their ability to manipulate the results, as they grow more desperate to take back the country.