Report: Fraud disenfranchising military votes

Wednesday, September 30, 2020
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mail-in ballot vote by mailA pro-family activist in Pennsylvania is concerned by a report that military absentee ballots were discarded and later found in a dumpster.

The FBI and the US Attorney's Office of the Middle District of Pennsylvania began an inquiry after a small number of mail-in ballots were found in a trash dumpster outside the Luzerne County Board of Elections Office. Investigators have recovered nine ballots at this time; seven were cast for President Trump, and the contents of the two others were sealed and unknown.

"My concern is they found the nine ballots. What about the ones they didn't find," wonders Diane Gramley, president of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania. "Are there ballots that they didn't find? That's my concern. And the military ballots? That's an even greater concern for me, because we have a son who's in the military. It's very concerning that military are being disenfranchised when it comes to voting."

Gramley, Diane (AFA of Pennsylvania)And Gramley is also troubled by a report from a Democrat operative who says US Postal Service workers who despise Trump will sometimes help election fraudsters by throwing in the garbage mail-in ballots from Republican-dominated neighborhoods. 

"I believe they think this is only way that they can win the presidential election, through voter fraud," the activist submits. "We have the United States Postal Service's union who’s endorsed Joe Biden, so … we expect that they will be helping their guy."

Gramley is encouraging folks to go to the polls and vote in person to ensure that their vote is counted.


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