Michigan Uses Millions From The Cares Act Funds for Mail In Voting

Her Royal Highness Gretchen Whitmer spends $4.5 million in funds for the Cares Act to institute what will amount to voter fraud through the mail-in ballot system. Democrats say that mail-in voting will not lead to voter fraud. But it already has in Oregon.

Hundreds of registered Republicans got their mail-in ballots and found out they could not vote because their registration had been changed from Republican to unaffiliated which prevented them to vote in the primary.

Those who caught it in time were able to request their registration status be changed back to Republican. Only to find out it was changed yet again to unaffiliated. This does not bode well for a fair and honest election.

Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson said:

“By mailing applications, we have ensured that no Michigander has to choose between their health and their right to vote.”

“Voting by mail is easy, convenient, safe, and secure, and every voter in Michigan has the right to do it.”

As secure as it was in Oregon? I’m willing to bet it will be every bit as honest as the one ordered by Gov Kate Brown in Oregon. No word yet on why the voting status kept changing. Not one Democrat that we know of was ruled ineligible. But at least a few hundred Republicans were. That number could climb.

From Breitbart News

Every voter will receive an application for the August and November elections in one mailing, the secretary of state’s office told Breitbart News.

The effort will cost about $4.5 million “and federal CARES Act funds are being used,” Jake Rollow, director of Communications & External Affairs for Benson, said.

The U.S. Congress provided $400 million to the Election Assistance Commission for “Election Security Grants” to “prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, domestically or internationally, for the 2020 Federal election cycle” on pages 668–669 of the bill.

The legislation didn’t specifically mention vote-by-mail, but the Election Assistance Commission did in an April letter.

Under a section titled “Purpose and Use of Funds,” the first bullet point read, “Printing of additional ballots and envelopes for potentially higher levels of absentee or vote by mail processes.”

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