France banned mail-in voting back in 1975. Spain, Italy, Norway and other civilized countries only allow mail-in balloting for citizens who are outside their home countries, and not close to an embassy. This is because every adult knows that mail-in balloting is inherently prone to fraud. There are simply too many breaks in the chain of ballot custody for this method of voting to be “safe and secure.”
Now that we’re well into the 2022 primary elections, a new pattern is emerging: Americans are abandoning the mail-in voting that was used so heavily in 2020.
There are probably a couple of reasons for why the voters are telling the Democrats to take their favored method of election theft and go pound sand. Lots of people have now been red pilled about the Chinese coronavirus. It’s nowhere near as dangerous as originally thought to most people, so there’s no need to cast an unsecured mail-in ballot. It’s safe to go to the polls and vote in person.
The second reason for the shift (and it’s a big shift) is because millions of Democrats who were secret Trump voters in 2020 now see the hell on earth that Joe Biden has created. Those secret Trump voters cast mail-in ballots, as many others did, and they know that they were disenfranchised. Their votes were stolen. Thankfully, it doesn’t look like anyone is going to fall for that again, now that the film “2,000 Mules” has exposed exactly how mail-in voting was used to violate the 2020 election.
How big has the shift back to in-person voting been so far? Here are some numbers.
In Georgia, nearly 1,000,000 people cast mail-in ballots back in the 2020 election. In the primary election going on right now in 2022, only 85,000 people requested a mail-in ballot. That’s 91.5% reduction in mail-in votes in just two years.
All the Democrat Party’s experts told us two years ago that we would all appreciate the convenience of mail-in voting so much that we’d never want to go back to in-person voting. Looks like more than 91% of the voters disagree with that. No normal person could look at what happened in 2020, then look at the past 15-months-long disaster of having an imposter under the control of foreign governments in the White House, and then think, “Oh, yeah, let’s do that mail-in balloting thing again. Because it worked so well the last time!”
Mail-in voting also plummeted in Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia. The numbers aren’t in for Nebraska yet, but the number of mail-in ballots is expected to have decreased significantly there, too. The number of cheat-by-mail ballots also decreased in Virginia last year, which had the entirely predictable result of Republican Glenn Youngkin defeating Clinton accomplice Terry McAuliffe handily.
Americans need to refamiliarize themselves with the concept of “Trust but verify.” It looks like they’re doing that by rejecting mail-in ballots this year. No matter how much a person might trust elections employees, they are vulnerable to temptation like anyone else. Look at all of the drop boxes that were suddenly paid for by Mark Zuckerberg and used in swing states in the 2020 election. Staffers who worked for local elections office were supposed to fill out detailed chain of custody documentation on ballots picked up from those drop boxes. Yet many of the forms in places like Atlanta and Madison, WI were just missing when investigators tried to look at them. They had non-existent, non-verifiable chain of custody.
What about the US Postal Service? Should they be trusted, either? When your mail carrier picks up your ballot from your mailbox at home, they are just the first in a series of people who will handle your ballot before it reaches its final destination at an elections office. Four or five could have handled it before it arrives, with no real chain of custody at all. You don’t know who handled that ballot or when they did so.
Just last week in California, someone found a box just sitting on the sidewalk with 104 mail-in ballots in it. The ballots had been filled in. Who left the box there? A postal worker? A ballot harvester? Nobody knows. Because mail-in voting is an unsecured disaster. Just ask France.
In the meantime, Americans are ditching mail-in voting for the 2022 midterms. That’s a good start toward cleaning things up.