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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    How do you know there haven't been any problems? Do you go back and trace your ballot?
    Who knows the may have been thrown out!
    You're such a tool

    Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk
    Yep it's official
    tenor.jpg

    How do you know Your ballot was counted?
    Do you see it counted
    You better track it and follow it
    Bet you Hillary changed it or maybe Obama or was it Big Foot.

    Your Conspiracy Theories are Hilarious

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    Quote Originally Posted by emujo2 View Post
    https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whi...fraudcases.pdf

    And hey, I even put it in a link for you...even though I know how much you like to copy and paste..

    Are these all mail in ballot voter fraud cases?

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    Think of how many small businesses could have been helped with the $47 million that went to private jet companies owned by wealthy Trump donors.
    Another Private Jet Company Owned by a Trump Donor Got a Bailout — This One for $20 Million
    The two private jet companies are among the first 96 airline companies disclosed as recipients of taxpayer funds under the CARES Act.
    An Omaha, Nebraska-based private jet company whose principal owner donated generously to Donald Trump and Republicans ahead of the 2016 election received $20 million in taxpayer aid from the federal bailout package passed in March.


    Jet Linx Aviation, which caters to well-to-do CEOs and executives, was the second private plane company founded or owned by Trump donors to receive federal funds designated for the airline industry under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. CNBC reported on Thursday that Clay Lacy Aviation, a Van Nuys, California-based private jet company whose founder has given nearly $50,000 to the Republican National Committee and Trump, got $27 million in federal funds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsm2 View Post
    Yep it's official
    tenor.jpg

    How do you know Your ballot was counted?
    Do you see it counted
    You better track it and follow it
    Bet you Hillary changed it or maybe Obama or was it Big Foot.

    Your Conspiracy Theories are Hilarious
    Yes I do follow mine.. thanks for asking.. I also follow my brothers , since he is crippled and not in his right mind. We caught one fucker in Wilson county using his I'd to TRY and register. He was blocked.. that was during the 2016 election cycle.

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    RNC Chair Sounds the Alarm After Mail-In Voting Blunder Ahead of Primary Election

    Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel pointed to absentee ballots for South Carolina voters ending up in Maryland as an example of mail-in ballot problems.


    “The media argues @realDonaldTrump has ‘no evidence’ of mail-in ballot problems. Oh really?” McDaniel tweeted.

    “Look what just happened in SC, where Dems sued to force a rushed transition to mail with no safeguards. Their ballots magically appeared in Baltimore. How secure!”



    Ronna McDaniel @GOPChairwoman



    The media argues @realDonaldTrump has “no evidence” of mail-in ballot problems.

    Oh really?

    Look what just happened in SC, where Dems sued to force a rushed transition to mail with no safeguards.

    Their ballots magically appeared in Baltimore. How secure!https://www.postandcourier.com/politics/after-charleston-absentee-ballots-found-in-maryland-sc-considers-cutting-ties-with-printer/article_1da1a578-9ad8-11ea-a600-d3ff845d1c9b.html …



    McDaniel was responding to a report that some of South Carolina’s primary ballots ended up in Maryland this week.
    Baltimore Sun reporter Emily Opilo tweeted about the strange occurrence on Wednesday.

    “So here’s a crazy tidbit: Maryland election officials found a bunch of ballots from South Carolina mixed in with their shipments to Baltimore. They use the same vendor,” Opilo tweeted.
    “SC’s statewide primary is June 9. As of this week, an unknown number of Charleston’s ballots were here in Baltimore. An SC official says they were losing confidence in the mail vendor even before this happened. An entire county didn’t get presidential ballots in Feb.”

    According to state and county election officials, the roughly 20 ballots found in Maryland have since made their way to Charleston voters ahead of the June 9 primary for state and local seats.
    However, South Carolina election officials are reportedly considering cutting ties with Minnesota printer SeaChange Print Innovations over the absentee ballot mix-up as well as other issues they’ve had with the company, The Post and Courier reported.
    SeaChange prints and mails absentee ballots for 13 South Carolina counties.

    Earlier this year, some Greenville County voters also received the wrong ballots for the Democratic presidential primary and a sheriff special election.
    “We’re not getting a warm and fuzzy feeling that they can handle this,” South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire said. “We are actively seeking sustainable solutions.”

    Mail-in voting has been largely discussed as people look for safe ways to hold the 2020 presidential election.
    Whereas absentee ballots can be requested by voters — in some states without an excuse — a ballot is automatically mailed to every eligible voter in a vote-by-mail system, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
    That would make it easier for people who otherwise might not vote to take part in elections.

    Currently, there are five states that conduct all elections by mail: Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Washington.
    President Donald Trump has been vocal about his opposition to statewide mail-in voting, saying that “Democrats are clamoring for it.”


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    RNC Chair Sounds the Alarm After Mail-In Voting Blunder Ahead of Primary Election

    Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel pointed to absentee ballots for South Carolina voters ending up in Maryland as an example of mail-in ballot problems.


    “The media argues @realDonaldTrump has ‘no evidence’ of mail-in ballot problems. Oh really?” McDaniel tweeted.

    “Look what just happened in SC, where Dems sued to force a rushed transition to mail with no safeguards. Their ballots magically appeared in Baltimore. How secure!”



    Ronna McDaniel @GOPChairwoman



    The media argues @realDonaldTrump has “no evidence” of mail-in ballot problems.

    Oh really?

    Look what just happened in SC, where Dems sued to force a rushed transition to mail with no safeguards.

    Their ballots magically appeared in Baltimore. How secure!https://www.postandcourier.com/politics/after-charleston-absentee-ballots-found-in-maryland-sc-considers-cutting-ties-with-printer/article_1da1a578-9ad8-11ea-a600-d3ff845d1c9b.html …



    McDaniel was responding to a report that some of South Carolina’s primary ballots ended up in Maryland this week.
    Baltimore Sun reporter Emily Opilo tweeted about the strange occurrence on Wednesday.

    “So here’s a crazy tidbit: Maryland election officials found a bunch of ballots from South Carolina mixed in with their shipments to Baltimore. They use the same vendor,” Opilo tweeted.
    “SC’s statewide primary is June 9. As of this week, an unknown number of Charleston’s ballots were here in Baltimore. An SC official says they were losing confidence in the mail vendor even before this happened. An entire county didn’t get presidential ballots in Feb.”

    According to state and county election officials, the roughly 20 ballots found in Maryland have since made their way to Charleston voters ahead of the June 9 primary for state and local seats.
    However, South Carolina election officials are reportedly considering cutting ties with Minnesota printer SeaChange Print Innovations over the absentee ballot mix-up as well as other issues they’ve had with the company, The Post and Courier reported.
    SeaChange prints and mails absentee ballots for 13 South Carolina counties.

    Earlier this year, some Greenville County voters also received the wrong ballots for the Democratic presidential primary and a sheriff special election.
    “We’re not getting a warm and fuzzy feeling that they can handle this,” South Carolina Election Commission spokesman Chris Whitmire said. “We are actively seeking sustainable solutions.”

    Mail-in voting has been largely discussed as people look for safe ways to hold the 2020 presidential election.
    Whereas absentee ballots can be requested by voters — in some states without an excuse — a ballot is automatically mailed to every eligible voter in a vote-by-mail system, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
    That would make it easier for people who otherwise might not vote to take part in elections.

    Currently, there are five states that conduct all elections by mail: Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah and Washington.
    President Donald Trump has been vocal about his opposition to statewide mail-in voting, saying that “Democrats are clamoring for it.”


    Anyone with any intelligence knows exactly why trump, or any republican politician, wants to stop mail in ballots. They don't want people to vote. They know that the more voters there are in any election the worse it is for the republicans.

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