As the presidential election approaches, Democrats are increasingly pushing for approval of the absentee ballot, despite the growing possibility of voter fraud.
Carol Tims, an Atlanta resident, received a voter registration form for her dead cat, Cody, which she found alarming as a form so important to the proper democratic process, Townhall said July 10.
“There’s a huge push but if they’re trying to register cats, I’m not sure who else they’re trying to register,” Tims said, alluding to other types of animals.
Beyond the fact that a pet would not be able to vote in person, among other things because they obviously could not provide a valid photo ID, a requirement for voting in the state of Georgia, the point is that by voting only by mail, that ID requirement would cease to exist, greatly increasing the chances of fraud.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger acknowledged that many third-party organizations insisted that people register to vote and that the cat form had not been sent by his office anyway. It was apparently sent by a group of activists.
“Third-party groups across the country are targeting Georgia to help register qualified individuals,” the office said in a statement.
“This group makes you wonder what these out-of-town activists are really doing. Make no mistake, this office is dedicated to investigating all types of fraud,” the document added.
Despite much-documented evidence that fraud committed by absentee voters is an uncontrollable problem, Democrats insist on this risky procedure.
For Democrats, requiring in-person identification amounts to racism, because people of color apparently have no identification.
Another argument they make is that voting in person is too dangerous because of the threat of illness from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus, which is contradictory to the support they give to the thousands of radical left-wing protesters who fill the city’s streets.
Judicial Watch, an independent watchdog, reported that nearly 1 million illegal immigrants voted in the U.S. midterm elections last November.
Judicial Watch researchers found that nationally there are 3.5 million more names on the electoral rolls and of these, 1.56 million are in Los Angeles County.
Thanks to this action, “The state of California agreed to remove those 1.56 million ‘inactive names’ from the voter roll,” said Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch.
According to Judicial Watch, the Department of Justice is not actively investigating voter fraud at this time, so it believes it is imperative to establish an identification check and verification of U.S. citizenship for the elections.
“And the left hates ID checks and citizenship verification and that tells me that they want illegal immigrants to vote illegally,” concluded Fitton.
One can imagine that with voting by mail the problems and possibilities of fraud increase uncontrollably, which would mean an inordinate risk to American democracy.