Once again another electoral scandal in New York City over the postal vote so promoted by the Democrats. The conflict began when it was confirmed that nearly 100,000 Brooklyn voters (99,477) received ballots with someone else’s name and address on the return envelope attached to the ballot, and other Brooklyn and Queens voters received ballots incorrectly marked as military ballots. According to Fox News.

Because of the thousands of ballots received incorrectly, there was great confusion among voters who intended to use the mail ballot and concern about whether the ballots received could or should be used, and most importantly, whether their votes would be counted correctly.

Fox journalist Arthur Chi’en posted on his Twitter account: “#Election2020: nearly 100,000 NYC residents received the wrong absentee ballot packet. Here are the facts following the @BOENYC Board of Elections meeting: 99,477 voters received mismatched documents. Reported cases are in Brooklyn and Queens.”

New York City Election Board Director Michael Ryan told Fox News that the printing errors were made by an outside vendor, Rochester-based Phoenix Graphics.

“We are determining how many voters have been affected, but we can assure you that the vendor will address this problem in future mailings and make sure that people who received the wrong envelopes receive new ones,” Ryan said in a statement through a representative.

This is not the first time conflicts with absentee ballots have occurred in New York City. In the primary election, the election board said, more than 84,000 mail-in ballots (more than 25 percent of the total) were annulled, the New York Post reported.

More recently, the Justice Department reported, on Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, a prosecutor opened an investigation in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, and after work by federal authorities, confirmed that they had found discarded ballots cast by military personnel with votes cast for President Donald Trump.

According to Breitbart, another investigation began after U.S. Postal Service officials made a formal complaint about the discovery of three trays of mail found in a ditch outside Greenville, Wisconsin.

President Trump is not against the rational use of postal voting, that is, it should be used only by those people who truly cannot go to public places to cast their votes. But by no means should there be a massive use of this voting methodology, for the simple reason that the U.S. postal system is obsolete and inefficient, which would lead to a total collapse and unreliable results. 

At a press conference last week, President Trump again spoke out against voting by mail. And he blamed Democrats for promoting this voting system, which he anticipated would bring chaos, confusion, and possible fraud.