Another State Filled with Voter Fraud, 1600 Ballots Found Two Months After Election

This is becoming an all too common occurrence in our country, and the Democrats, especially Joe Biden seem to believe that there is nothing to see here and everything is fine, but it's not. Election fraud is real, and it's already happening.

Last week, more than 1,600 ballots in New Jersey were found, all of which had not previously been counted. Mind you, all of these ballots were at in one county and all of the ballots were in a "secured area" in what they're calling a "mislabeled bin".

I'm sure it was just accidentally mislabeled, right? I highly doubt it.

Board of Elections Administration Marge McCabe says that the votes do not change the outcome of the primary held back in July, but what if one of the results is far different after an incident like this? Then what would happen?

Keep in mind, this is occurring all the time now.

Just recently we reported that more than 1,000 Georgia residents voted twice in the primary election held back in June.

This is indeed a felony offense.

These voters submitted absentee ballots but also voted in person, a problem that happened across 100 Georgia counties, and election officials didn’t catch them in time to keep the second votes from being tallied, Raffensperger announced during a press conference outside the state Capitol.

“A double voter knows exactly what they’re doing, diluting the votes of each and every voter that follows the law,” Raffensperger said. "Those that make the choice to game the system are breaking the law. And as secretary of state, I will not tolerate it.”

This is why President Trump is trying to prevent mail-in voting in masses. The regular absentee vote is perfectly acceptable. It's not the norm and people should go out and vote in person to protect their vote.

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