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(Natural News) Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), recently said that in-person voting for the November presidential elections can be done safely – provided that necessary health protocols are followed.

“I think if carefully done, according to the guidelines, there’s no reason that I can’t see why that not be the case,” he said during an event.

Fauci described an example in an attempt to illustrate that physical distancing is a key factor. “[When] you look at … many cities that are doing it correctly, they have X’s every six or more feet. And it says ‘Don’t leave this spot until the person in front of you left their spot.’” He remarked that people can wear a mask, observe physical distancing and avoid crowded situations – and there was no reason for them not to do so.

However, he warned that anyone at risk of being exposed to the coronavirus should not risk going out. “If you’re a person who is compromised physically or otherwise, you don’t want to take that chance,” Fauci said.

Polling precincts should follow health protocols to ensure safe in-person voting

Dr. Fauci’s statements follow allegations of possible mail-in vote fraud, which some states have implemented due to safety concerns. President Donald Trump himself has repeatedly expressed opposition to widespread voting by mail.

The president assured that people “have to be safe … and we will make sure that they’re safe” when voting in person during a White House press briefing. “We want people to vote so when they vote, it means one vote; it doesn’t mean ballots all over the place,” he continued.


The use of large X’s spaced a few meters apart to show where voters should stand, similar to how grocery stores and other institutions would show customers the proper distance, was among the measures Fauci outlined for polling areas to ensure coronavirus-free voting.

Pandemic an opportunity for Democrats to rig upcoming elections

It appears that the Democratic Party is pulling out all the stops to ensure that the events of 2016, in which Hillary Clinton lost to President Donald Trump, will never happen again. Their insistence with mail-in voting over coronavirus concerns contrasts with its promotion of Black Lives Matter protests that disregard social distancing measures.

As Fauci mentioned, there is absolutely no reason why it would be unsafe to vote in person on Nov. 3 if proper health protocols are followed. However, Democrats still insist on mail-in voting despite its flaws, as it allows them to pull off a few parlor tricks.

Besides, mail-in voting is susceptible to irregularities from the get-go. A report by Law Enforcement Today in August said that more than 500,000 mail-in ballots in Virginia had inaccurate information. Due to the inaccuracies, the ballots were sent to wrong addresses, dead people—and even pets! The state of Nevada also encountered the same problem, as more than 200,000 mail-in ballots in Clark County were sent to outdated addresses. The ballots with outdated addresses comprised 17 percent of all ballots mailed to registered voters.

Back in June, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick warned about the Democrats’ plan to rig subsequent polls and undermine election integrity through mail-in voting “until the end of time.” Speaking to Breitbart News Daily host Alex Marlow, Lt. Gov. Patrick rejected the argument that mail-in voting was “safer,” adding that people had already been outside to visit restaurants and protest. This, for him, was a test sufficient enough to determine that people can definitely vote.

Lt. Gov. Patrick’s question summed up the extent of what Democrats will do to seize power: “If they’re willing to burn the country down, tear a statue down, you don’t think they’re going to go steal some ballots out of a mailbox?”

Learn more about how the Democratic Party commits voter fraud using mail-in voting and more at

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