Shouldn’t we have tougher penalties for people who cast mail-in ballots for deceased voters? This crime doesn’t qualify as “grave robbing,” but it feels like it’s almost in the same ballpark. It’s almost a sacrilegious crime.
And the evidence is now irrefutable that casting ballots for people who’ve had an obituary in the paper was a part of the Democrats’ multi-faceted conspiracy to steal the 2020 election. Thousands of ballots were cast in the names of dead people, regardless of what any “fact checking” website claims.
Internet sleuths have identified 17,000 deceased voters in Michigan. The Trump campaign’s lawyers have identified about 3,000 dead voters each in Georgia, Arizona and Nevada. Another 14,000 were cast in Pennsylvania.
That’s not enough to cover the margin of victory in any of those states, but it’s clearly a huge problem. When combined with the magic suitcase ballots, the middle-of-the-night ballot dumps and the Dominion vote-switching software, the dirty trick seems to have nearly worked. We should know within the next week or so whether they succeeded.
The most outrageous example this year, by far, was the person who was born in 1823 in Detroit who cast a ballot for Joe Biden. That’s how popular Joe Biden is with the voters, though.