One of the Democrats’ two biggest lies they’re telling this election cycle is that President Donald Trump is actively working behind the scenes to undermine the historically underfunded and problem-plagued U.S. Postal Service.
Why? So he can thwart mail-in balloting and steal the election from Sleepy Joe Biden and Kamala ‘I’m So Left-Wing’ Harris.
It’s silly, frankly, and it’s along the same lines of the Democrats’ 2016 election cycle hoax: That Trump worked with Mother Russia to steal the election from the chronically corrupt Hillary Clinton.
The postal service lie is so pervasive even Hollywood’s ‘reasonable’ liberals, like actor Kevin Costner, have bought in.
But speaking of mail-in ballots, there really are huge problems with them, any many aren’t related at all to the USPS.
Detroit comes to mind.
City and state election officials are freaking out after discovering a massive imbalance in ballots and vote counts between districts, something that one election commission member says the problem is far to big to fix before the November elections.
And while Trump isn’t likely to win in the city of Detroit, which is a Democrat haven, mail-in balloting problems of any size are significant because he only won the state in 2016 by a razor-thin margin (10,704 votes).
The Federalist Reports:
As swing state Michigan approaches an election in which it could play a pivotal role, new data from its Aug. 4 primary reveals that in 72 percent of Detroit’s election precincts, recorded ballot counts for absentee voters did not match the number of ballots actually cast. …
According to the Detroit News, 363 of Detroit’s 503 absentee voting precincts showed problems: 131 were off by plus or minus one ballot without an explanation; 85 were off by two ballots without an explanation; 48 were off by three; 26 off by four; and 73 off by five.
Including votest cast on primary day with absentee ballot counts, 46 percent of the total vote counts in Detroit precincts were off, according to the Detroit News.
“The people of Michigan deserve to know that their elections are being conducted fairly and competently, but today’s news shows that Wayne County and the City of Detroit can’t conduct an election to even the most basic of standards,” Laura Cox, chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party, said Thursday.
“It was so inaccurate that we can’t even attempt to make it right,” Monica Palmer, a Republican member of the Board of Canvassers in Wayne County, which includes Detroit, said.
“Based on the inaccuracies that we saw during the canvass, something has to happen. We can’t go into November with what occurred during the primary,” she added.
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