New Poll Finds Rampant Mail-In Voting Fraud in 2020 Election, Trump Calls it ‘Biggest Story Of The Year

A recent poll conducted by The Heartland Institute and Rasmussen Reports exposes the terrible truth behind the 2020 election. According to the poll, one in five voters who cast their votes through mail-in ballots admit to committing voter fraud.

The poll, which surveyed 1,085 likely voters from November 30 to December 6, 2022, asked a direct question: “During the 2020 election, did you fill out a ballot, in part or in full, on behalf of a friend or family member, such as a spouse or child?” Shockingly, 21% of respondents who confirmed voting by mail answered ‘yes’ to this question, indicating their involvement in illicit voter activities.

Red Voice Media reports, “The data is concerning, as these practices undermine the integrity of the electoral process. Election officials are responsible for invalidating ballots cast by non-permanent residents or those that are fraudulently signed, thus preserving the integrity of elections. The 2020 election saw a historic surge in mail-in voting, with over 43% of voters choosing this method. It is crucial to address the vulnerabilities within this system to ensure fair and transparent elections for all citizens.”

New poll finds rampant mail-in voting fraud in the 2020 election

By: Chris Talgo, Jack McPherrin, The Blaze, December 12, 2023

Using a conservative estimate, it appears likely that more than 14 million ballots cast in 2020 were fraudulent.

One in five voters who cast mail-in ballots during the 2020 presidential election admit to participating in at least one kind of voter fraud, according to a new poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports and the Heartland Institute.

Specifically, 21% of mail-in voters admitted they filled out a ballot for a friend or family member; 19% of mail-in voters admitted that a friend or family member filled out a ballot on their behalf; 17% of mail-in voters admitted they voted in a state where they were no longer a permanent resident; and 17% of mail-in voters said they signed a ballot for a friend or family member with or without his or her permission.

Each of these instances constitutes voter fraud.

The national poll of 1,085 likely voters was conducted between November 30 and December 6, with a margin of error of +/-3 percentage points and a 95% level of confidence.

Using only the most conservative estimate (21%), the number of fraudulent ballots is still astronomical. According to election data, 43% of 2020 voters cast ballots by mail — by far the largest percentage in U.S. history. Twenty-one percent of that 43% mail-in figure yields approximately 9%.

Only 0.80% of all absentee and mail-in ballots were rejected in 2020. Clearly, nearly all fraudulent ballots made it through our country’s gaping sieve of an electoral system.

According to the Cook Political Report, 158,397,726 votes were cast for Joe Biden, Donald Trump, or another candidate in 2020. Taking 9% of this total, that means more than 14 million ballots cast in 2020 were fraudulent. Again, this is just the most conservative estimate — the total number of fraudulent ballots was likely much higher.

Moreover, the survey reveals that fraudulent voting may not have been purely limited to mail-in ballots. Eight percent of all survey respondents — not only those who cast mail-in ballots — admitted that a friend, family member, or organization (such as a political party) offered to pay or reward them for voting.

The survey indicates that the percentages of voter fraud among Republicans, Democrats, and unaligned voters were largely similar. It is vital to note, however, that this does not mean these fraudulent ballots simply canceled each other out.

While the percentages were similar, the overall numbers were not. According to the survey, 38% of Biden voters submitted mail-in ballots, compared to only 23% of Trump voters. As such, Biden received a much larger overall share of likely fraudulent ballots.

The 2020 election was an outlier for mail-in voting, largely due to executive overreach throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. In the lead-up to the November election, several governors declared states of emergency in response to the pandemic and arbitrarily changed their states’ voting laws to allow mass mail-in voting. For example, California mailed unsolicited ballots to all registered voters, while many other states expanded absentee ballot eligibility requirements.

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