Corruption, Elections, Government, Politics

Shocking Survey Exposes Mountains of 2020 Election Crimes!

A recent Rasmussen Reports poll conducted in conjunction with The Heartland Institute has raised significant concerns about the integrity of mail-in voting during the 2020 election. The survey, based on responses from 1,085 likely voters with a margin of error of +/- 3 and a 95% confidence level, revealed troubling statistics indicating potential illegal activity among mail-in voters.

The findings of the poll indicated that a substantial 21% of likely voters admitted to breaking at least one law related to their mail-in ballot during the 2020 election. These infractions included actions such as filling out ballots for family members or friends (21%), having someone else fill out their ballot, in full or in part (19%), and voting in a state where they no longer resided (17%). Furthermore, 8% claimed they were offered incentives, financial or otherwise, to cast their vote for a specific candidate—a practice that runs afoul of election laws.

Demographic breakdowns revealed disparities in these actions among different age and racial groups. Notably, those who admitted to being compensated for their votes were predominantly Hispanic (29%), followed by Black voters (15%), indicating discrepancies across racial lines in reported infractions.

Justin Haskins, the director of the Socialism Research Center at The Heartland Institute, expressed concerns over the survey’s revelations. He highlighted the contradiction between claims of the 2020 election being the most secure and the alarming data collected directly from voters themselves. Haskins underscored the importance of preserving the integrity of elections in a democratic republic, emphasizing the urgent need for enhanced election laws to prevent voter fraud and maintain the credibility of future elections.

However, while this poll sheds light on potential irregularities in mail-in voting, it’s crucial to note that the subject of election fraud remains contentious. Many on the left vehemently deny claims of widespread irregularities, characterizing them as baseless conspiracy theories. The findings from this survey, suggesting the possibility of over 14 million fraudulent mail-in votes, contribute to a growing body of evidence raising questions about the integrity of the electoral process.

The reluctance among certain groups to acknowledge these concerns and engage in constructive dialogue about election integrity further complicates efforts to address potential irregularities. The issue of voter fraud and the integrity of the electoral system remains a contentious and polarizing topic, underscoring the need for transparent discussions and reforms to ensure the sanctity of future elections without dismissing valid concerns as conspiratorial or unfounded.

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