Ballot Harvesting Struck Down

PUBLISHED: 5:03 PM 29 Sep 2020

Left Furious After 7th Circuit Issues Huge Win For American Election Integrity

Unlike what all the media outlets are saying… this is NOT a win for President Trump and conservatives… it IS a win for election integrity.

Democrats are not happy. (Source: USA Today YouTube Screenshot)

Although all the major media outlets are claiming a ‘victory’ for President Trump and conservatives… when the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the massively unconstitutional ballot harvesting scheme promoted by Wisconsin democrats (to allow them to continue counting votes until they have enough to win)… it was a major victory for the American citizen vote and election integrity.

Instead of allowing pollsters to ‘keep counting’ ballots weeks AFTER the election, the higher court ruled that ballots had to be received by Election Day. (duh!)

Fox News ‘reported’:

As it stands, ballots will now be due by 8 p.m. on Election Day. A lower court judge had sided with Democrats and their allies to extend the deadline until Nov. 9.

The Democratic National Committee, the state Democratic Party and allied groups including the League of Women Voters sued to extend the deadline for counting absentee ballots after the April presidential primary saw long lines, fewer polling places, a shortage of workers and thousands of ballots mailed days after the election.

U.S. District Judge William Conley ruled Sept. 21 that ballots that arrive up to six days after Election Day will count as long as they’re postmarked by Election Day. Sunday’s action puts Conley’s order on hold until the 7th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals or U.S. Supreme Court issues any further action.

No further details were immediately posted by the appeals court.

State election officials anticipate as many as 2 million people will cast absentee ballots to avoid catching the coronavirus at the polls. [Fake pandemic] That would be three times more absentee ballots than any other previous election and could overwhelm both election officials and the postal service, Conley wrote. If the decision had stood it could have delayed knowing the winner of Wisconsin for days.

The Republican National Committee, the state GOP and Wisconsin’s Republican legislators argued that current absentee voting rules be left in place, saying people have plenty of time to obtain and return their ballots.

Conley on Sept. 21 also extended the state’s deadline for registering by mail or electronically by seven days, from Oct. 14 to Oct. 21 and declared that poll workers can work in any county, not just where they live. Clerks have reported fears of the virus caused shortages of poll workers in both Wisconsin’s spring presidential primary and state primary in August. Loosening the residency requirements could make it easier to fill slots.

Trump won Wisconsin by less than 1 percentage point — fewer than 23,000 votes — in 2016 and the state figures to be a key battleground again in 2020.

Recently, absentee ballots were found in a roadside ditch… no word on who the majority of those ballots were cast.