Rob Reiner: Trump Will Lose in a Landslide If We Vote By Mail
Liberal Hollywood director joins Democrats vote by mail push
Leftist director Rob Reiner has joined an increasing number of Hollywood elites endorsing the Democrats' vote-by-mail campaign, arguing President Donald Trump is opposed to it because he will lose “in a landslide.”
Reiner began with repeating debunked claims and conspiracy theories against Trump:
“He’s gotten away with assaulting women, breaking laws, violating the Constitution and letting US die."
"The vote in Nov. is our last chance to hold him accountable," Reiner added.
"He knows if we’re allowed to vote by mail, he loses in a landslide. We all know what needs to be done.”
But as the Hollywood Blue tick brigade have only recently jumped on the mail-in voting bandwagon, the Democrats have been pushing expanding voting with mail-in ballots for months.
Last week, California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) announced vote-by-mail in California for November’s election, which would effectively send 21 million ballots to Californians.
Trump blasted Newsom's decision, saying the Democrats "fought like crazy" to get it.
"So in California, the Democrats, who fought like crazy to get all mail-in only ballots, and succeeded, have just opened a voting booth in the most Democrat area in the State."
"They are trying to steal another election. It’s all rigged out there. These votes must not count. SCAM!"
So in California, the Democrats, who fought like crazy to get all mail in only ballots, and succeeded, have just opened a voting booth in the most Democrat area in the State. They are trying to steal another election. It’s all rigged out there. These votes must not count. SCAM!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 9, 2020
But unsparingly, Hillary Clinton praised Newsom's move.
Last month, the twice-failed presidential candidate Clinton said the United States needs to “act now” to ensure citizens can “safely cast a ballot in November."
“GOP officials and conservative jurists forced Wisconsin voters yesterday to choose between risking their lives to vote and being disenfranchised. It’s unconscionable,” she said.
Meanwhile, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has said:
"Even many scholars who argue that fraud is generally rare agree that fraud with VBM voting seems to be more frequent than with in-person voting.”
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams also argued that voter fraud was a “myth” and that you have more chance of being struck by lightning.
“You are more likely to be struck by lightning than for there to be an incident of voting fraud,” Abrams said.
But as Neon Nettle reported in April, federal data revealed roughly 28.4 million mail-in ballots have gone missing since the 2012 election.
The ballots were lost in the last four election cycles over the last eight years, the records show.
The data is from the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, the Election Administration, and Voting Surveys showing records for 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018 election cycles.