New Poll Reveals Over 20% of Mail-In Ballot Users Admit to Election Fraud


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Over 20% of voters who used mail-in ballots say they’ve engaged in some form of voter fraud, a recent poll by Rasmussen Reports and The Heartland Institute finds.

According to the survey, 21% of likely voters who utilized mail-in or absentee ballots say they filled out a ballot, in part or in full, on behalf of a friend or family member.

30% say they voted by absentee or mail-in ballot in 2020.

Rasmussen broke down that group in the following manner:

“Nineteen percent (19%) of those who cast mail-in votes say a friend or family member filled out their ballot, in part or in full, on their behalf. Furthermore, 17% of mail-in voters say that in the 2020 election, they cast a ballot in a state where they were no longer a permanent resident.”

Heartland Institute states that such practices are illegal.

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Voters Who Used Mail-In Ballots Admit To Filling Them Out For Others

Justin Haskins, director of the Socialism Research Center at the Heartland Institute, called the results of the poll “nothing short of stunning.”

“For the past three years, Americans have repeatedly been told that the 2020 election was the most secure in history,” he said. “But if this poll’s findings are reflective of reality, the exact opposite is true.”

Haskins pointed out that the conclusion he draws is not based on conspiracy theories, but rather, the frank responses from those who participated in the poll.

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This poll comes just weeks after Joe Ganim, the Democratic Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut, admitted that people in his campaign “engaged in serious voting irregularities” while simultaneously accusing his primary challenger of also engaging in fraud.

The Political Insider reported in early November that a Superior Court Judge in Bridgeport had tossed out the primary election results just days before the general because he had seen video evidence of possible ballot stuffing.

He described the videos as “shocking.”

The judge cited surveillance footage that appears to show evidence of multiple people shoving bags of ballots into drop boxes in violation of state law. The videos were posted to social media.

“I own the fact that the court found people connected with my campaign, engaged in serious voting irregularities,” Ganim told the Connecticut Mirror.

“Gomes must admit that multiple people associated with his campaign, involved in his campaign, engaged in clearly unlawful ballot behavior in the primary as well,” he continued.

Two Democrats accusing each other of voter fraud, both with video evidence supporting the allegations.

Election Day is a misnomer at this point. Mail-in ballots, early voting, and counting delays have made the voting process and vote tabulation a months-long enterprise.

And the longer you stretch out the process, the more likely things will slip through the cracks.

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