MUST WATCH! CBS Mail-In Voting Experiment Shows Serious Issue with Mailing Ballots in This Election
The Trump administration, as well as the Republicans in Washington, have been warning about the potential for all sorts of problems related to mail-in voting in this year’s election.
With the COVID-19 issue still lingering around, it’s possible that the Democrats are going to continue their strong push toward voting by mail.
We’ve already seen multiple occasions where ballots have been lost, thrown away, etc. There’s nothing different going to happen for those ballots than already happens for our current mail. I’ll guarantee that every single person reading this has had mail lost or delivered to the wrong address.
CBS News conducted an experiment to test the integrity of utilizing mail-in voting. I’m sure they were expecting it to prove to be 100% accurate and have no issues, but the results were quite the opposite. It was a disaster.
You seriously need to watch the video below.
Because of the coronavirus, 2020 marks a presidential election in which mail-in voting could play a pivotal role, for which reason “CBS News This Morning” co-host Tony Dokoupil conducted an experiment with a fake P.O. Box to determine if ballots were adequately counted.
Dokoupil sent out 100 mock ballots in the Philadelphia area, using the same size envelope, weight, and class of mail to simulate genuine mail-in votes, albeit without the expedited “Election Mail” insignia. After the post office box was set up, 100 more faux ballots were sent out.
“We’re gonna see somewhere between probably 80 and 100 million voters receiving their ballot that way,” a former Arizona election official told Dokoupil.
After a week, 97% of the ballots Dokoupil mailed had been returned. “Three simulated persons, or 3% of voters, were effectively disenfranchised by mail by giving their ballots a week to arrive,” CBS noted. “In a close election, 3% could be pivotal.” Even four days after mailing the second round of fake ballots, 21% of the fake votes had failed to materialize. Almost half of states allow voters to receive ballots less than half-a-week before the election.
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 29, 2020
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