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Media Tacitly Admit Mail-In Balloting Is Not As Secure And Reliable As They Claim

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Since the chaotic 2020 election and coincident expansion of mail-in balloting, America’s corrupt media have gone full throttle to convince the country that this unsupervised system is 1,000 percent safe and never produces fraud. The same consensus also accuses Americans concerned about the risks associated with mass mail-in voting of being conspiracy theorists and so-called “election deniers.”

Within the past week, however, several legacy publications have released stories tacitly admitting that the process is not as secure or reliable as they regularly claim.

On Saturday, NBC News — effectively a propaganda arm of the Democrat Party — published an article raising alarm bells about the effect postal delivery delays could have on mail-in voting during the 2024 election. The outlet cited recent remarks from Rep. Sylvia Garcia, D-Texas, who expressed concern that the ongoing problem could have repercussions for the country’s fall elections.

“We’re approaching a major November election,” Garcia reportedly said of the issue last month. “We need to make sure that we iron out any difficulties, any obstacles, any barriers, any issues now, so that we don’t end up in a situation much like we were in with the November ballots.”

But mail delays are just one problem undermining the media’s “mail-in voting is totally secure and reliable” narrative. Last Tuesday, CBS News ran an investigative piece detailing the growing problem of mail theft, titled: “Amid surging mail theft, post offices failing to secure universal keys.” According to the outlet, mail theft has “skyrocketed” in recent years, “from fewer than 60,000 complaints in 2018 to more than 250,000 in 2023.”

CBS further discovered that the U.S. Postal Service has failed to take necessary steps to “secure millions of universal ‘arrow keys’ that open bulk mailboxes in apartment buildings and neighborhoods coast to coast.”

“A CBS News review of thousands of pages of audits, court records and agency documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show postal workers and supervisors not tracking the keys, not locking them up and not reporting them missing,” the report reads.

Reported cases of assault and robbery against postal workers have also increased year-over-year since 2014, according to data from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

But how is this possible? Democrats have assured the public time and again that universal mail-in balloting is totally safe and secure. According to them and their media allies, there have never been elections contaminated by fraud stemming from mail-in voting problems.

In actuality, the process is prone to errors and malfeasance, as the Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency — the “nerve center” of the federal government’s censorship operations — secretly admitted ahead of the 2020 election. Instead of disclosing these issues to the American public, the federal subagency flagged online posts highlighting the problems of mail balloting to Big Tech companies for censorship.

Widespread, unsupervised mail-in voting allows left-wing groups to harvest low-effort votes and accrue Democrat candidates an advantage over Republicans ahead of Election Day.


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