It seems to me that Democrats are desperately trying to grab power by any means possible. The evidence is so pervasive I find it hard to document. However, for example let’s look at the current Democrat scheme to mass mail unsolicited ballots. What could go wrong? Well it is a well-known fact that voter rolls are inaccurate. The level of inaccuracy varies by state but the root cause of the problem is that when people move or when people pass away state and local voter rolls aren't immediately updated. A study as early as 2012 by the Pew Center reported: “The nation’s voter registration rolls are in disarray."

The problems have the potential to affect the outcomes of local, state and federal elections. One in eight active registrations is invalid or inaccurate. At the same time, one in four people who are eligible to vote — at least 51 million potential voters — are not registered. The report found that there are about 1.8 million dead people listed as active voters. Some 2.8 million people have active registrations in more than one state. And 12 million registrations have errors serious enough to make it unlikely that mailings based on them will reach voters.

Chaos is the goal.

Yes, the Democrats are setting the stage to steal this election, right in front of our eyes.

I don’t know what to do about this but I can tell you I am very unhappy with what’s going on. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. But I don’t think this will end well!

Deanna J. Ashmore

Littleton, NH

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