Biden’s historic “victory” in 2020 continues to raise more questions than answers, and the events in Montana have opened a Pandora’s box that many on the left had hoped would be shut.
A recent analysis of mail-in ballots in one Montana county revealed several big flaws.
A rugged, 2,600-square-mile area with a population of about 119,600 people does not seem to be the ideal environment for machine politics. However, a new audit of mail-in ballots cast there discovered anomalies typical of larger cities — on a scale that could easily have swung municipal elections in 2020 and statewide elections in previous cycles.
Many of the extraordinary pandemic-driven voting initiatives introduced during the 2020 election — especially mass mail-in voting — are being promoted by the Biden administration, the Democrat-controlled Congress, and the Democratic National Committee to be nationalized and made permanent.
Concerns raised by critics that such initiatives invite voter fraud have been rejected by political officials and influential media outlets. Will the election in Missoula’s tiny district, however, bring all of that into question?
The story starts in the pandemic summer of 2020, when then-governor, Democrat Steve Bullock, released an order enabling counties to administer the general election entirely by mail. A Montana legislation aimed at stopping ballot harvesting was also struck down by a court in the run-up to the election.
Missoula, Montana’s second-largest city and one of the state’s most Democratic, opted for the universal vote-by-mail system.
ARTICLE SOURCE: americanconservatives.today