Watch: Ronna McDaniel Details The Real Issue With Mail-In Voting
The November election is on its way and it won't be long until it's upon us. One of the first issues we'll have to deal with is whether or not the US can handle mail-in voting. The issue has been a hugely controversial topic among both sides whether it's a good idea or not, a huge controversy that Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel confronts.
Margaret Brennan from ABC News started off the questioning with McDaniel, "I want to ask you about the election itself. The president has said he expects this to be one of the most fraudulent if not the most fraudulent in history. He's against mail-in ballots but the Republican Party in Iowa has mailed absentee ballots to voters, POLITICO is reporting Pennsylvania, the GOP website is promoting vote-by-mail. Similar situation in Ohio. Why is the Republican Party promoting something that the president says he's against?"
"There is a very real difference between states that have tried and true absentee processes that have been in place and tested and work verses states like Nevada that, 90 days out from an election, have completely upended their entire election protocol and put chaos into their process because they haven't tested it and it isn't certain, why are they doing that?"
Brennan would interrupt saying that the USP has claimed they could handle an influx in ballots but McDaniel had pointed out it's not the USPS that's the issue it's the verification process that would be the real struggle.
"It's not about just the post office, Margaret. It's that they're sending ballots to unverified voter rolls, I just talked to a voter this week who has said she received three ballots for a different woman at her address, a person who has never lived there." McDaniel stated.
Let’s be clear: If you cannot vote in person, we want you to use absentee processes that already exist.
What we oppose are Democrats creating chaos through ballot harvesting and elimination of existing safeguards.
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) August 23, 2020
This mail issue can seriously mess up the 2020 elections, especially ever since China's sudden interest in Joe Bidden. Voting by mail is just too risky and easy to sabotage not just by other countries but even by anyone within our own country who wants their favored candidate to win.