As Democrats and their sympathizers continue to maintain the false ideology that mail-in voter fraud does not exist, yet another scandal has been exposed where a person was paid to alter ballots in order to result in more votes for Democrats.
Federal law enforcement officials announced on Tuesday that they charged Thomas Cooper, a mail carrier in West Virginia, for alleged attempted election fraud.
“Cooper, age 47, of Dry Fork, West Virginia, is charged with ‘Attempt to Defraud the Residents of West Virginia of a Fair Election.’ According to the affidavit filed with the complaint, Cooper held a U.S. Postal Service contract to deliver mail in Pendleton County,” The Department of Justice said in a statement.
“In April 2020, the Clerk of Pendleton County received ‘2020 Primary Election COVID-19 Mail-In Absentee Request’ forms from eight voters on which the voter’s party-ballot request appeared to have been altered.”
This news gives further validation to the President’s argument against mail-in voting, which he expanded upon on Tuesday. President Trump warned that the 2020 election would be “rigged” thanks to Democrats pushing mail-in ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
“This will be a Rigged Election. No way!” Trump wrote on Twitter and Facebook. “There is NO WAY (ZERO!) that Mail-In Ballots will be anything less than substantially fraudulent,” he wrote.
The president pointed to California’s governor Gavin Newsom who signed an executive order to mail ballots to all voters in the November 3 general election.
The president predicted mass voter fraud in 2020, thanks to Democrat officials using the pandemic to institute mail-in voting.
“Mail boxes will be robbed, ballots will be forged and even illegally printed out and fraudulently signed,” Trump said.
The Republican National Committee, National Republican Congressional Committee, and California Republican Party have filed a lawsuit to block the action, arguing that it is unconstitutional.
Trump warned that Democrat activists would use the mail-in vote option to generate more votes for their party.
“That will be followed up with professionals telling all of these people, many of whom have never even thought of voting before, how, and for whom, to vote,” he wrote.
Twitter started attaching warning labels to President Donald Trump’s tweets on Tuesday that – despite all of the real instances of voter fraud – led to a series of articles from left-wing media organizations that claimed that Trump’s warnings about fraud coming from mail-in voting were “unsubstantiated.”
Just last week another scandal broke when it was revealed that an election official in Philadelphia pled guilty to stuffing ballot boxes with fraudulent ballots for Democrat candidates, with the total number of fraudulent ballots being cast comprising a significant portion of the total votes that were cast.
“During his guilty plea hearing, [Domenick J.] DeMuro admitted that an unnamed political consultant gave DeMuro directions and paid him money to illegally add votes for certain Democratic candidates,” the Department of Justice said in a statement. “These candidates were individuals running for judicial office whose campaigns had hired the consultant, as well as other candidates for various federal, state, and local elective offices who were preferred by this consultant for a variety of reasons.”
“In May 2014, DeMuro stuffed the ballot box with 27 fraudulent ballots during the primary election. In May 2015, he padded the ballot box with 40 fraudulent votes. In 2016, it was 46 fraudulent votes,” McSwain said. “Now these numbers may sound relatively small, but they made up a significant percentage of the total votes that were cast at the polling place. In 2014, 118 total ballots were reported in the 36th Division of the 39th Ward. That means that DeMuro’s fraudulent votes accounted for over 22% of the total voting in that division in 2014. In 2015, his fraud accounted for over 15% of the total votes in the division. In 2016, his fraud accounted for over 17% of the votes.”