US elections may drag on for half a month due to Democrats scam

Voting by mail, which is actively promoted by the Democratic Party, threatens not only with large-scale vote fraud, but also incredible delays.

This is reported by The New York Times, citing data from the US Postal Service.

Back in July, the head of the department’s legal department, Thomas Marshall, issued a warning to US state officials, according to which the deadline for sending voting ballots to voters should be increased. Today, in most states, citizens can apply for a ballot paper for a stung vote as early as 4 days before an election. However, under conditions of increased workload, the Postal Service may not even have time to deliver ballots to local election commissions.

In this regard, it was proposed to increase to 15 days the minimum period in which voters can request a ballot. In some states, such changes have already entered into force, although this further undermines the transparency of elections.

As News Front previously reported, the expert community has repeatedly said that the 2020 elections will be the most controversial in US history. Both candidates are mired in scandals, and parties regularly exchange accusations and denigrate opponents.

Moreover, taking advantage of the spread of the coronavirus, the US Democratic Party is promoting the idea of ​​holding presidential elections by mail. This method of voting provides them with an incredible resource to rig the results in favor of their highly controversial candidate, Joe Biden.

A study by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found that during the 2008 elections, 3.9 million remote voters were denied a legitimate choice to make a choice – they were simply not sent ballots. Another 2.9 million ballots sent out simply disappeared without being returned to election officials. Finally, another 800,000 ballots were not accepted for various reasons.