RNC Chair Shreds Pelosi’s New Voting Proposal Down To Its Last Atom

Republican Party Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel believes Democrats are using the coronavirus to push a greater political ambition: removing President Trump from the White House.

How will they do it?

It’s simple, according to McDaniel, who said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is looking to rig the upcoming presidential election by instituting an “all-mail” election.

Such a proposal would need to be put into law and eventually signed by the president, but the very idea is “a ruse to legalize ballot harvesting,” McDaniel argued in a tweet.

She argued that under the proposal: “Anyone would be allowed to return an unlimited number of absentee ballots for voters.

Adding, “At a time of so much uncertainty, we should not reduce confidence in our elections.”

Pelosi would have to “throw election integrity to the wayside” to ensure Biden’s victory, McDaniel continued her criticism in a Fox News op-ed.

“The overhaul would vastly expand opportunities for fraud and weaken confidence in our elections, but all Washington Democrats see is a potential benefit for their party,” she added.

Pelosi argues the all-mail method would be in compliance with social distancing guidelines instituted by the Center for Disease Contol and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

McDaniel responded:

If it were about safety, why does Pelosi call for mandatory early voting in all states, forcing polls to be open “no less than 10 hours” every day for over two weeks before Election Day? Why do Democrats encourage public transportation use, which can increase exposure to viruses, by mandating polling places be within walking distance of a bus stop or metro? And why do Democrats want paid campaign operatives going door to door, collecting mountains of ballots? So much for social distancing.

Because Democrats see the pandemic, as Rep. James Clyburn, D-S.C., said, as “a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.” And try to give themselves a political edge.

And:

Any person would be allowed to return an unlimited number of absentee ballots for voters, opening the door for political operatives to deliver ballots in bulk. They could even be paid as long as he or she is not paid based on the number of ballots returned.

All voters “eligible to cast a vote” would receive a ballot. The problem: many states do not clean up their voter registration lists unless forced to. California had to remove up to 1.5 million ineligible voters due to a court settlement last year after its rolls showed registration of 112 percent. In other words, there were more registered voters than adults living in the state.

Said plainly, McDaniel concluded: “Mail-in voting increases the opportunity for fraud.”

Here’s even more from McDaniel: