It’s one of the key objectives of the Democrat lockdown – stealing the Presidential election.
They know they can’t win fairly, so they will cheat. Guaranteed. Vote-by-mail must not be allowed.
The one who lost 33,000 emails wants mail in voting. Go figure. https://t.co/I9jOp5MjYj
— Michael Keyes (@michaelkeyes) May 8, 2020
The RNC & @TeamTrump are doubling our budget to $20M to fight Democrats’ radical lawsuits, which would create more opportunities for voter fraud and legalize ballot harvesting.
Americans must have confidence in our elections!https://t.co/tidEkbV9KS
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) May 8, 2020
We cannot afford to let the Democrats’ assault on our elections go unchallenged.
They want to sue their way to victory in 2020, and we are fighting back to protect the integrity of the vote! https://t.co/14m6hoQWni
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) May 7, 2020
Trump Campaign Slams California’s Vote-by-Mail Order: ‘Wide-Open Opportunity for Fraud’
By Breitbart, May 8, 2020
President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign blasted California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D-CA) executive order allowing registered voters in the state to vote by mail in the November election, calling it a “thinly-veiled political tactic” aimed at undermining election security.
Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh said in a statement to CNN:
This is a thinly-veiled political tactic by Gov. Newsom to undermine election security. There’s a vast difference between people voting absentee by mail because they can’t be at the poll on Election Day versus mailing everyone a ballot – even those who didn’t request one – is a wide open opportunity for fraud.
California has a bad record on ensuring that people on the voter rolls still live at the same address, still reside in California, or are even still alive. Everyone is concerned about the safety of voters, but jeopardizing election security is the wrong way to go about it.
JUST IN: the @realDonaldTrump campaign has responded to this news out of California.. Spox @TimMurtaugh tells @CNN said this move will “undermine election security”.
via @DJJudd https://t.co/jSHczb9fei pic.twitter.com/fk3HHjQhSS
— Ryan Nobles (@ryanobles) May 8, 2020
Earlier Friday, Newsom approved voting by mail, citing health concerns stemming from the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
“I signed an executive order that will allow every registered voter in California to receive a mail-in ballot,” Newsom said in a press conference. “That mail-in ballot is important, but it’s not an exclusive substitute to physical locations.”
“People that are otherwise not familiar with mail-in ballots, are uncomfortable with them, may have disabilities, may have other issues that may preclude that as an appropriate option, we still want to have the appropriate number of physical sites for people to vote as well,” added the governor.