What happens if you get a ballot in the mail, and it doesn’t have any candidates from your party on it? Does THIS count as voter suppression?

Remember when objecting to large-scale mail-in ballots was proof that you wanted to suppress the vote? Well, it didn’t take long for their concerns to be vindicated—suppressing GOP votes.

We live in crazy times, where it’s getting harder to tell the difference between basic incompetence, like an honest printer error, or a dirty trick played by someone willing to win ‘by any means necessary.’

“The slate of candidates was all Democrat from Joe Biden down to dogcatcher, but on the upper right it clearly stated it was a Republican ballot and it had my name and correct information on the return envelope,” Karen Gardner, the chairwoman of the Bernardsville Republican Municipal Committee, said.

The error was laid at the door of the printing company that sent out the ballots, but the government still had a role in the mixup.

Usually, the Somerset County clerk’s office would do the printing. However, after New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy ordered every voter to receive a ballot in the mail, the job was farmed out.

The company’s president explained that out of 1.5 million ballots, there were only about 500 that were glitched. Human error, he calls it.

That’s great. But we all saw what a big difference 500 votes can make in a single race.

Combine THAT human error with issues like outdated lists, people receiving ballots at old AND new addresses, and ineligible voters getting ballots sent to them, that throws a lot of uncontrolled variables into the electoral process.

Or even this problem, on the sub-tweet by ‘NJ Vintage’:

“Never received a ballot…”

the Heritage Foundation published a searchable list of 1,285 cases of voter fraud, at least 220 of those listed cases involved absentee ballots.

Each case on the list includes a URL for the original independent source. The list includes.

  • 1,110 criminal convictions
  • 48 civil penalties
  • 95 diversion programs
  • 15 judicial findings
  • 17 official findings

I am sure that a Google search would lead to thousands of other examples.

If the Democrats and their sycophants in the media really cared about disenfranchising voters, they would fight against watering-down the impact of the votes of American citizens who are voting legally.  But it’s become evident that they aren’t striving for “one man, one vote,” they are trying to skew elections their way.

Their first love is power. Anything else is gravy.

Parts of this post was first seen at Clash Daily

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