Trays of Mail, Including Mail-In Ballots, Found by Roadside in Wisconsin

The Democrats are rubbing their hooves in glee.

Trays of mail were found along a Wisconsin road on Tuesday, including absentee ballots, local authorities said, according to reports.

Police in Greenville said three trays of mail were discovered near Appleton International Airport, according to WLUK.

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The Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office was cited by the outlet as saying that the mail, found in a ditch, was turned over to the United States Postal Service (USPS).

An investigation has been launched into how the mail, which the sheriff’s office told the Washington Examiner was “mail going to the post office,” ended up in a roadside ditch.

“The United States Postal Inspection Service immediately began investigating, and we reserve further comment on this matter until that is complete,” USPS spokesman Bob Sheehan told WLUK.

It was not immediately known how many pieces of mail were involved in the incident.

Concerns about mishandled or missing ballots have arisen as more states are encouraging mail-in voting amid the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus outbreak.

President Donald Trump has criticized universal mail-in voting this November, claiming it opens the door to election fraud. He has distinguished between states that automatically send mail ballots to all registered voters and those, like Florida, that only send them to voters who request a mail ballot.

In remarks at a White House press conference Wednesday, the president denounced large-scale vote-by-mail initiatives, saying, “the ballots are out of control,” adding: “I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots. And the ballots are a disaster.”

Attorney General William Barr, in an interview on CNN several weeks ago, claimed that a system in which mail-in ballots are distributed widely is “very open to fraud and coercion,” calling it “reckless and dangerous,” and “playing with fire.” Asked about the lack of evidence for “widespread” fraud, Barr argued that this may be because “we haven’t had the kind of ‘widespread’ use of mail-in ballots that is being proposed.”

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