Thursday was a really bad day for the Democrat effort to have all ballots mailed in for this election.
There were at least two reports of mail-in ballots being discarded.
The first report was of a small number of ballots from military members, most of them voting for Trump, being tossed in Pennsylvania.
U.S. Attorney David Freed issued a letter regarding this discovery to Luzerne County election officials.
It stated, “Even though your staff has made some attempts to reconstitute certain of the improperly opened ballots, there is no guarantee that any of these votes will be counted in the general election.
“In addition, our investigation has revealed that all or nearly all envelopes received in the elections office were opened as a matter of course.
“It was explained to investigators the envelopes used for official overseas, military, absentee and mail-in ballot requests are so similar, that the staff believed that adhering to the protocol of preserving envelopes unopened would cause them to miss such ballot requests.
“Our interviews further revealed that this issue was a problem in the primary election–therefore a known issue–and that the problem has not been corrected.
“While the assigned investigators are continuing their work including reviewing additional discarded materials, it is imperative that the issues identified be corrected.”
Additionally, a second report broke that three trays of mail, which included absentee ballots, were found in a ditch in the state of Wisconsin.
USPS spokesperson Bob Sheehan stated, “The United States Postal Inspection Service immediately began investigating and we reserve further comment on this matter until that is complete.”
Democrats are now starting to distance themselves from absentee voting now realizing that with their constant misinformation campaign to voters, far more Democrats are going to cast ballots via mail than Republicans.
You can read more about the PA ballots on Fox News.
You can read more about the Wisconsin ballots on WBAY.
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