The most secure elections ever.
Hardly a day goes by where I don’t encounter another California state commercial for mail-in ballots and ballot harvesting. The Democrat voter turnout ads, paid for by taxpayers, assure voters that everything is fine with the current corrupt system.
Torrance police are investigating the discovery of hundreds of recall election ballots in a vehicle where a felon was found passed out with drugs, a loaded firearm and multiple driver’s licenses one week ago, authorities said Monday.
Approximately 300 ballots were recovered from the vehicle, which was parked in the lot of a 7-Eleven convenience store on the night of Aug. 16, according to the Torrance Police Department.
Officers also discovered a loaded firearm, methamphetamine, thousands of pieces of mail, a scale, and multiple California drivers licenses and credit cards that were in other people’s names, a police news release stated. Xanax pills were also located on the unidentified male subject, who authorities described as a felon.
Forgery is big business. But so is election fraud.
It’s no great secret that ballot measure and petition signatures are big business in California. And that the leg men for the job are often sleazy scumbags who troll Skid Row for junkies who will sign anything in exchange for a buck.
How the sausage gets made in actual elections though is another matter.
This may have just been forgery, or it may have been part of the secret sauce that keeps California a one-party state. And with the Newsom recall being the biggest threat to Democrat one-party rule in quite a few years, it’s understandable that they would pull out all the stops.