While President Donald Trump – and many others – have been expressing concern over anomalies that became evident during the 2020 presidential election, Democrats and many establishment figures in the Washington, D.C., bureaucracy have expressed that it was flawless, nearly perfect, without so much as a hint of a failure.
Now a Post Office in Baltimore apparently has turned up evidence of that perfection.
WMAR-TV, the city’s ABC affiliate, said the USPS facility found a tray of undelivered mail, and it included 26 blank ballots from 2020.
The letters were just delivered.
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And now, the Baltimore Board of Elections is trying “to understand” how this happened.
It’s long been known that mail-in ballots are more susceptible fraud than in-person voting, but there’s no information about whether that was the intent with this situation.
“Mail-in ballots are supposed to be prioritized, but for a block of homes in Southeast Baltimore theirs came nearly two years after they were supposed to be delivered,” the report from WMAR said.
Nick Frisone, a resident of Highlandtown, contacted the station and said, “I received my 2020 General Election ballot on August 6, 2022.”
Same for his neighbors, he said.
Frisone already knew his ballot had been directed astray, as on September 29, 2020, he got an email notifying that his ballot would be delivered.
He ended up going to fetch a replacement himself.
Post Office spokesman Tom Oullette said, in an email, “Regarding ballots seen in photographs from a customer’s email, the Postal Service discovered a tray of undelivered mail in a Baltimore facility on Friday, Aug. 5. The tray’s mail was from year 2020 and contained what appeared to be 26 blank ballots mailed from the Baltimore City Board of Election to addresses with a Baltimore ZIP Code. Those mailpieces were delivered Saturday, Aug. 6.”
The statement continued, according to WMAR, “We deeply regret the late delivery of these mailpieces. The Postal Service takes these issues very seriously and is working to help avoid issues like this by going over our processes and procedures with all employees ahead of the general elections. The U.S. Postal Service is fully committed to the secure, timely delivery of the nation’s Election Mail.”
The office said it looks forward to “a successful election in November.”
The station’s report explained if voters don’t get their mail-in ballots, they should reach out to their Board of Elections for an answer.
“If it gets down to the wire, voters should visit their local polling place during early voting or on election day,” the report informed.
What is known about the 2020 election is that the results, almost without doubt, were influenced by the $420 million in Mark Zuckerberg money that he handed out to mostly leftist elections officials, who often used it for get-out-the-vote efforts in Democrat strongholds. That money was distributed outside the channels of any regulation that normally applies to political campaign spending.
Further, legacy and social media corporations cooperated in suppressing accurate, but very damaging, reporting about Joe Biden, his son Hunter and the family’s international business schemes just days before the election.
Analysts have concluded that either of those actions alone could have pushed the election results into the Biden column.
Further, writers at The Federalist have documented a long list of ways the 2020 election was “rigged” against President Trump.
WND reported when senior legal correspondent Margot Cleveland explained that factors included “every illegal drop box placed in Democrat-heavy precincts,” and “when the Pennsylvania legislature unconstitutionally authorized no-excuse absentee voting and when Philadelphia clerks illegally inspected ballots and then told Democrat activists which voters needed to cure their ballots for their votes to count,” and when “Wisconsin election officials ignored the state election code, telling voters they were ‘indefinitely confined’ because of COVID and that nursing homes could ignore Wisconsin’s requirement that special voting deputies oversee elections in residential facilities.”
And that was just the beginning of her list.
Then it was John Daniel Davidson, senior editor at The Federalist, who warned that the 2024 election is being rigged “right now in plain sight.”
He cited the FBI’s raid on Trump’s home in Florida, which purportedly was to look for secret documents belonging to the government. Actually, there have been claims that those accusations were planted in the media by the Biden administration, and that FBI agents actually were there planting evidence and installing bugging devices, among other accusations.
“The FBI raid on Trump’s home isn’t just about prosecuting the former president for Jan. 6, it’s about fixing the next presidential election,” Davidson explained. “The news cycle this week has been understandably dominated by the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, where armed agents were supposedly looking for classified documents the FBI believes were improperly removed from the White House at the end of Trump’s term, in violation of federal law.”
But he said the raid is just part of a larger scheme: “The rigging of the 2024 presidential election.”