Just earlier this evening Fox News’ Bret Baier interviewed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on the news network’s Special Report segment. Among Coronavirus Stimulus Bill, and Supreme Court Justice Nominee Amy Coney Barrett, Baier asks Senator McConnell about the upcoming Presidential Election this November. Baier addresses the issue of the election results being delayed due to the large number of people casting their votes via mail-in ballots.
It could happen…
McConnell mentions how the state of Kentucky has accepted mail-in ballots as a norm in this upcoming election. However, there is a general concern on the legitimacy over said ballots as Democrats commit voter fraud in the masses, as reported by 100%FedUp.
Wisconsin is a critical swing state in the upcoming election.
Trump stunned Democrats when he won Wisconsin in 2016 and their allies in the media and leftist groups are working overtime to ensure he doesn’t win the formerly blue state again.
stunning $250 million donation to the Center For Last week, we wrote about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Civic Design, a left-leaning group focused on getting out the vote in liberal cities across America. The group is being sued in Wisconsin by the WI Voters Alliance. The complaint filed with the WI Election Commission points out that the Zuckerberg funded group is only spending in the five critical cities in Wisconsin where Hillary Clinton picked up 82% of the vote in 2016: Green Bay, Kenosha, Madison, Milwaukee, and Racine—all Democratic strongholds.
So far, the group has spent an incredible $6.3 million in the critical swing state of Wisconsin with 10 electoral votes.
Now, it’s being reported that trays of mail, including absentee ballots, have been found in a ditch in Greenville, WI.
The Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office discovered the trays in a ditch on Tuesday morning, near Appleton International Airport, according to WLUK. The mail was returned to the U.S. Postal Service, and an investigation is underway.
“The United States Postal Inspection Service immediately began investigating, and we reserve further comment on this matter until that is complete,” USPS spokesman Bob Sheehan told WLUK.
The Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office told the Washington Examiner that the mail discovered was “mail going to the post office.”
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, states have expanded eligibility for mail-in balloting. Thousands of ballots went uncounted during Wisconsin’s primary because they were discovered on the day after the election.
A federal judge ordered the Postal Service to prioritize election mail on Monday.
“The right to vote is too vital a value in our democracy to be left in a state of suspense in the minds of voters weeks before a presidential election, raising doubts as to whether their votes will ultimately be counted,” U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero said.
“Conflicting, vague, and ambivalent managerial signals could also sow substantial doubt about whether the USPS is up to the task, whether it possesses the institutional will power and commitment to its historical mission, and so to handle the exceptional burden associated with a profoundly critical task in our democratic system, that of collecting and delivering election mail a few weeks from now,” he added.