Pelosi Rebrands Democrats' Mail-In Ballot Push: 'We're Now Calling it Voting at Home'
Dems attempt to mask negative sentiment surrounding vote-by-mail by renaming it
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is attempting to wash away the negative sentiment surrounding the Democrats' controversial mail-in ballots scheme by giving it a friendly new name.
Pelosi has revealed that Democrats are going to rebrand their push for nationwide vote-by-mail ballots for the upcoming elections by renaming it “voting at home.”
Pelosi unveiled the less-corrupt-sounding name during an interview with MSNBC host Lawrence O’Donnell last week.
“We’re now calling it voting at home because that’s really what it’s all about—enabling people to vote at home,” Pelosi told O’Donnell.
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Pelosi insists that $3.6 billion in the House’s HEROES Act is “necessary to conduct an election” where absentee ballots are given to all voters.
The House Speaker also reportedly said this week $3.6 billion is just “a small price to pay for our democracy and the good health of people going to the polls.”
She reportedly added that voting is “under assault both from a systematic national, nationwide campaign of voter suppression and from the coronavirus.”
“People should not have to choose between voting and preserving their good health and that of their families,” Pelosi reportedly added
The House Speaker has also said that more funds are needed for same-day registration services and to provide more and safer opportunities for voters to also “vote well in advance of Election Day.”
Vote-by-mail schemes have been widely found to attract problems, however.
As Neon Nettle reported last month, a state official confirmed that double-voting due to mail-in votes was uncovered in California.
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla revealed that double-voting by mail took place during the primary elections on March 3, 2020.
California is not the only state to have issues with its voter rolls.
Most recently, PILF researchers stated that there are nearly 1,700 dead people on New Mexico’s voter rolls, as well as 1,519 voters listed as being 100-years-old, and more than 3,100 voters who have been flagged due to duplicate registration concerns.
Likewise, in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania — home to Pittsburgh — PILF researchers have said there are nearly 1,600 dead people on the voter rolls, along with more than 1,500 voters who are listed as 100-years-old or over, and nearly 7,500 voters who have been flagged due to duplicate registration concerns.
In Detroit, Michigan, alone, close to 4,800 voters have been flagged as having potential duplicate voter registrations, allowing them to vote twice in elections, and possibly 2,500 dead people on the voter rolls.
The findings come as elected Democrats lobby for nationwide mail-in voting for the November presidential elections — a move that would potentially deliver ballots to an estimated 24 million ineligible voters.
The plan is being bankrolled by organizations funded by liberal billionaire George Soros.