Obama Joins With Other Democrats Pushing Vote-By-Mail For 2020 Election

Be wary whenever Democrats all start pushing the exact same idea.

In this case, they are advocating for a vote-by-mail system for the 2020 election.

What could go wrong? Does anyone else smell massive voter fraud?

And now Obama has joined the chorus.

Breitbart reports:

Barack Obama Joins Democrats’ Push for Vote-by-Mail During Coronavirus Crisis

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Former President Barack Obama joined prominent Democrats arguing that the United States should implement a vote-by-mail option in the upcoming fall elections.

“Let’s not use the tragedy of a pandemic to compromise our democracy,” Obama wrote on social media. “Check the facts of vote by mail.”

Obama cited a New York Times story to defend voting by mail; the article quoted two of his former campaign employees, Amelia Showalter and Brian Dunn, who were in favor of it.

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“Everyone should have the right to vote safely, and we have the power to make that happen,” he wrote. “This shouldn’t be a partisan issue.”

The former president was sharply critical of the election that took place in Wisconsin this week, despite fears of spreading the coronavirus.

“No one should be forced to choose between their right to vote and their right to stay healthy like the debacle in Wisconsin this week,” he wrote.

This is a horrible idea.

Democrats would love nothing more than to do this. Why is exactly why we shouldn’t.


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