(Natural News) To combat relentless voter fraud by the left, conservatives have launched the “Protect the Vote” initiative, which aims to “aggressively fight back against the Democrats’ assault on the integrity of our elections.”
Using the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19) as an excuse, the left is pushing all across the country to legalize so-called “ballot harvesting,” which involves sending ballots to voters who did not necessarily request them in order to steer their votes in favor of Democrat candidates.
This mail-in ballot scam is rife with fraud, and yet the left is insisting that it is a necessary change in protocol to protect people from the dreaded China Virus, which they continue to insist has killed upwards of 200,000 Americans.
Most voters – 62 percent, according to Protect the Vote – agree that ballot harvesting is fraudulent. In fact, most voters agree that U.S. elections have been fraudulent for years, the 2020 election perhaps being the most fraudulent of all with the way things are going.
“Americans overwhelmingly approve of the safeguards Democrats are suing to eliminate like signature matching (84%), voter identification (80%), and a ballot receipt deadline of election day (83%),” reports Protect the Vote.
“Voters also oppose (67%) allowing campaign workers to collect mail-in ballots, a practice known as ballot harvesting.”
In an attempt to keep the process in check, Protect the Vote is raising awareness and teaching honest voters the ropes about how to fight back against this assault on the election process. The group’s principles are as follows:
1) Ballot harvesting cannot be allowed
It is simply unacceptable to have strangers going door-to-door collecting ballots from people, not only from a security perspective but also from a safety perspective, as the process violates the very social distancing guidelines that Democrats insist are necessary to protect people from the Wuhan coronavirus (covid-19).
2) Ballots need to be requested by voters, not sent randomly to inactive ones
In order to vote in the 2020 election, voters need to request ballots individually. Sending them out to “inactive” voters for the purpose of stacking the “blue” vote, which Democrats are trying to do, “is unnecessary, costly, and increases the chance for fraud and corrupt ballot harvesting.”
3) Switching completely to mail-in voting is unrealistic and dangerous
States like Washington that switched to all mail-in ballots did so over the course of many years – in Washington’s case, it took five full years. Democrats, however, want to “flip a switch” for the 2020 election; do it immediately, which opens wide the door for fraud.
4) Most voters want to vote in a booth, not by mail
The fact of the matter is that voting by mail is not as secure as in-person voting, no matter what Democrats claim. And most voters agree, with 77 percent of them indicating that they would rather visit an actual booth as opposed to dropping their votes in a mailbox.
5) What is so wrong about requiring signature verification and photo identification?
Democrats have never been able to explain the rationale behind not requiring signature verification or photo identification when voting, but this is exactly what they are attempting to do with mail-in voting, which is a recipe for election theft.
6) Votes should be cast on election day, and no later
Another thing the Democrats want to do is to allow people to vote beyond Nov. 3. Facebook is already softening its users to the idea, but this, too, opens the door to widespread fraud.
7) States need to manage their own elections, not the federal government
Federalism is the best way to ensure that elections are fair and honest, and yet Democrats want to eliminate this process and have the federal government manage America’s elections using a one-size-fits-all approach.
“Democrats couldn’t even count votes in Iowa,” Protect the Vote warns,” and now they suddenly believe they can redesign the entire U.S. election system in a matter of a few months.
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