Evidence of Fraud Mounting in 2020 US Elections
If you've been reading the articles on this site, you can see there exists a vast and varied amount of evidence of voter fraud in the US, dating from well before this election to this one. The evidence of this is well-documented, and its silly to think it is something that can't happen or is controlled.
As discussed throughout this site, elections and voting historically attract schemes to commit fraud, because the outcome is so valuable to a particular person or group (i.e., the winners). If elections are doe with the utmost security and an intact chain-of-custody, voter fraud can be reduced to negligible levels.
In the US there has been a constant stream of chipping away at such security of the vote, for example by not strict requirements of proof of citizenship or ID, relaxed and inconsistent rules on who may vote in each state, lack of proper poll-watching regulations, and most recently, the absolutely insecure use of mail-in ballots, which cannot possibly be held securely. The USPS is simply not designed to hold a valid chain-of-custody on regular mail, and to ask them to is simply exceeding their capabilities. Add to that a removal of the requirement for signatures on the ballot to match the registration, and other inconsistencies, and the US vote cannot even be expected to be secure, most especially in this election held in 2020. As the evidence mounts, these statements become obvious.
Here is a link from the Heritage Foundation providing more background information:
"The United States has a long and unfortunate history of election fraud. The Heritage Foundation is providing a list of election fraud cases from across the country, broken down by state, where individuals were either convicted of vote fraud, or where a judge overturned the results of an election. This is not an exhaustive list but simply a sampling that demonstrates the many different ways in which fraud is committed. Preventing, deterring, and prosecuting such fraud is essential to protecting the integrity of our voting process."
Direct link: https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/docs/pacei-voterfraudcases.pdf