Garbage Bags Full Of Stolen Ballots Found In Another Democrat Controlled City

Every single week, it seems like we're hearing more reports of tampering with the election in some fashion.

It's mostly coming in the form of mail-in ballots being thrown out somewhere and someone finding them in a ditch or in a dumpster.

Well, it's happened again, this time it's in a suburb of Seattle. It's even being reported that this particular suburb tends to lean more Republican than the rest of King County.

Sammamish Police are investigating potential mail theft after two garbage bags of mail, which included ballots, were found on the side of the road and several unopened ballots were found in incorrect mailboxes.

The City of Sammamish says USPS delivered about 90% of ballots to Sammamish residents on Thursday. Mail carriers were out delivering Amazon packages early Friday morning when they found two garbage bags of mail on the side of the road. There were several unopened ballots inside the bags of mail.

The City of Sammamish says Sammamish Police were also notified by the postmaster of reports of numerous ballots being stolen and placed in other mailboxes.

While the Sammamish Police Department and the USPS are to working to deliver the ballots once again, there is not guarantee that this will even happen. There's no reason why they shouldn't have been received the first time and been able to return them.

Look, if there was no risk of tampering with ballots, or them being discarded or lost, or any sort of foul play then I would have absolutely zero problem with people voting by mail, but as it stands now and with the corrupt and crooked Democrats, they cannot be trusted any farther than they can be thrown with your pinky finger.

The only way that you can be remotely confident that you vote will be counted and counted properly is to go to the poll yourself and vote in person.


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