Democrats and their media allies used the coronavirus pandemic to push for mail-in voting in the 2020 election.
Now many accusations of voter fraud are flying in various states and much of it has to do with mail-in ballots.
A new survey finds a massive majority of Republicans believe mail-in ballots led to fraud.
The Washington Examiner reports:
Big problems: 86% GOP see ‘more’ fraud in mail-in voting
Nearly 9-in-10 Republicans believe that the increase in mail-in voting will lead to more voter fraud, a broad condemnation of the process currently under fire in vote counts around the nation.
In the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, 86% of the GOP said it will lead to bigger problems, including 44% who said they are “very concerned.”
And they aren’t alone. Overall, 59% said that they are concerned the practice used by millions in the presidential election will result in more fraud. Among Democrats, Rasmussen said that 36% were concerned about future fraud in mail-in ballots.
President Trump has accused several states of ballot fraud and, as a result, is not conceding the election to Joe Biden, who currently has more votes than Trump.
Trump supporter Scott Adams recently made this point on Twitter:
You are being brainwashed to accept the results of the election as fair. You will be told that only bad people are skeptical in this situation, and that you will be held to account for doubting.
— Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) November 10, 2020
There are a lot of questions that need answering:
Philadelphia destroyed all ballot envelopes in an attempt to coverup Democrat-led voter fraud.
So shouldn’t all of Philly’s mail-in ballots be voided?
— Paul A. Szypula – US Senate Candidate for NY 2022 (@Bubblebathgirl) November 11, 2020
No matter what happens, millions of Americans will not accept the outcome of this election.
Mail-in ballots is one of the reasons why.