Democrats plan to send millions, perhaps tens of millions, of ballots out to registered voters this fall for the general election and all of a sudden the media thinks that’s just fine.
Of course they do. They have no shame.
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer had Attorney General William Barr on his show to discuss the issue and it did not go well for CNN or Blitzer.
“People trying to change the rules to this, to this methodology — which, as a matter of logic, is very open to fraud and coercion — is reckless and dangerous and people are playing with fire,” Barr added.
As one would expect, Wolf Blitzer defended the mail in ballot strategy but Barr told him that they are “playing with fire”.
The biggest reason that the mail in ballot strategy is rife with potential for fraud (and a past record of fraud proves it) is that the voter registrations lists are ridiculously inaccurate.
Attorney General Bill Barr: Now what we’re talking about is mailing them to everyone on the mailing list when everyone knows the lists are inaccurate. People who should get them don’t get them which is one of the major complaints in states who have tried this. And people who get them are not the right people… Sometime multiple ballots go to the same address. You think that’s any way to run a vote?
Barr also points out that those on the left and right have all been against the mail in ballot procedure up until President Trump took office.
They also touched on the topic of election interference.
Barr said he thinks there is some evidence that Russia may try to interfere in the 2020 election but he thinks the real culprit is China.
"I believe it's China," he said. When Blitzer him pressed him on his reasoning and what he's seen from China, Barr said, "because I've seen the intelligence and that's what I've concluded."