These aparently are not all, but just a few minutes on Google, yet the left pretends that it does not and will not happen -- anyone here remember Broward County FL?
#5 | Posted by MSgt at 2020-09-25 01:55 PM | Reply
Did you actually read those stories? I'm not sure what you are saying the "left pretends that it does not and will not happen".
Two of your links were broken - the one from Twitter and the other from AP News.
One story was about "indictments involv[ing] the ballots or applications for ballots of about 38 voters", and it's unclear if they were ever actually cast or counted.
The FactCheck story was noting that the claims of voter fraud or thousands of fraudulent ballots being cast were simply untrue.
The NY Times story from NJ was about a bunch of absentee ballots being thrown out mostly because they weren't filled out properly. 3 were tossed because they either were suspected to have been cast for someone who was dead and one because the person tried to vote twice. From that Times story:
About 1,200 votes were disqualified because voters' signatures did not match those on file, according to the Passaic County Board of Elections.
In New Jersey, voters can designate someone to submit ballots on their behalf, but no one is allowed to drop off more than three during an election. As a result, an additional 1,000 votes were disqualified because a section on the ballot to list the name of the person sending them in had been left blank.
Only three ballots were thrown out because they had been cast in the names of people who were dead, and another was rejected because of suspicions that someone might have attempted to vote twice.
The Wisconsin story was noting how the Post Office was having trouble dealing with the number of mail-in ballots and the Republicans refusing to allow additional time to deal with the unprecedented circumstances regarding the pandemic.
What did you think these stories were proving, exactly?