HEY PELOSI: If Mass-Mailing Is The Future Of Voting… Explain Nevada’s 90k Ballot SNAFU

Written by Wes Walker on March 11, 2021

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In Nevada, the difference between Biden and Trump was less than 34,000 votes. At least 90,000 ballots never made it to their destination. But we’re still supposed to have confidence in the election result.

Said differently, the difference between Trump and Biden is rougly one third of the 90,000 votes that were never cast.

Putting this in terms the Democrat activists can understand — mail-in votes WERE (potentially) responsible for 90,000 disenfranchised voters. You know, that thing you like to call ‘voter suppression’.

That grand plan of Democrats engineering mass-mailers actually resulted in a sharp spike of citizens not receiving their ballots.

One might speculate that they filled in provisional votes. But that would require making an argument from silence, wouldn’t it? If they did, we don’t know haw many. Nor do we have a breakdown of which party these undeliverables were registered to vote for.

More than 90,000 ballots mailed to registered voters in Nevada’s largest county were returned undeliverable, according to an analysis of the election data by a conservative legal group.

Clark County, which includes the Las Vegas metro area, made the extraordinary move to mail ballots to all the nearly 1.3 million active voters in the county instead of just those who requested them. The county justified the move as helping people vote remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

More than 450,000 voters cast their votes through the mail-in ballots. But more than 92,000 ballots were returned by the postal service as undeliverable, according to the Public Interest Legal Foundation’s (PILF) March 10 research brief (pdf).–EpochTimes

PILF’s President called mass mailings a ‘step backward for American elections.’

How big a failure is this? Well for context, if you tally up the undeliverable ballots from the General Elections in 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018, you get a grand total of 5,863 mail-in ballots that never arrived at their destination, or about 1500 a year. That’s a far cry from 90k isn’t it?

Adams also took aim at the H.R. 1 election reform bill that was recently passed by the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives.

The nearly 800-page bill would largely shift power over elections to the federal government. It would discard state voter ID laws, allow for same-day voter registration, ban witness signature requirements for mail-in ballots, and require that mail-in ballots can arrive as late as 10 days after election day (as long as it is post stamped by election day). It would also make it a federal crime to “communicate or cause to be communicated” information that is knowingly false and designed to discourage voting and require a plethora of other measures.–EpochTimes

These irregularities, the unpurged voter rolls, all of it pushes us to a less secure election process. This uncertainty and corruptibility is not a bug of the process, it’s a design feature.

The moral of this story is we need to come up with ways to make ballots LESS prone to political interference and shenannigans, not more prone to it.

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