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FRAUDULENT MAIL-IN BALLOTS

By Tom Ozimek   EPOCH TIMES

2/9/2024

Updated:

2/9/2024                               

  

A new study examining the likely impact that fraudulent mail-in ballots had in the 2020 election concludes that the outcome would “almost certainly” have been different without the massive expansion of voting by mail.


The Heartland Institute study tried to gauge the probable impact that fraudulent mail-in ballots cast for both then-candidate Joe Biden and his opponent, President Donald Trump, would have had on the overall 2020 election results.


The study was based on data obtained from a Heartland/Rasmussen survey in December that revealed that roughly one in five mail-in voters admitted to potentially fraudulent actions in the presidential election.


After the researchers carried out additional analyses of the data, they concluded that mail-in ballot fraud “significantly” impacted the 2020 presidential election.


They also found that, absent the huge expansion of mail-in ballots during the pandemic, which was often done without legislative approval, President Trump would most likely have won.


“Had the 2020 election been conducted like every national election has been over the past two centuries, wherein the vast majority of voters cast ballots in-person rather than by mail, Donald Trump would have almost certainly been re-elected,” the report’s authors wrote.

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Kristin Whitesides
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I worry that illegals will be put to work completing mail-in ballot for the 2024 election. IF we can win in these next elections, a LOT of things will change for the better, I hope. We can’t take much more of the insanity and destruction.

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With Trump in the Oval office things will definitely change. We just need to win

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