Local TV News Experiment Exposes Flaws of Vote-by-Mail

Gee, what could go wrong?

by Kyle Olson

A local television station conducted an experiment with vote-by-mail and it exposed the shortcomings of the system.

WRDW in Philadelphia sent 100 “mock ballots” from across the city to a P.O. box set up specifically for the test.

A few days later, reporter Tony Dokoupil sent 100 more. He sought to mimic the size and weight of ballot envelopes to ensure the most accurate results.

A week later, Dokoupil went to the post office to pick up the delivered ballots at the PO Box he had created for them.

At first, a worker could not find his mail. When he sought to confirm the answer, he was dismissed.

“Alright then, have a good day,” he was told curtly.

It wasn’t until he spoke to a manager and explained the experiment that he finally found what he was looking for.

“They had them somewhere else,” he was told from behind the protective glass.

Dokoupil tabulated the results: Read the rest HERE.

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3 Responses to Local TV News Experiment Exposes Flaws of Vote-by-Mail

  1. Joe Z says:

    Vote-by-Mail = Fraud-by-Mail.

  2. The Flash says:

    Of course, if it were a real election ballot, the Democrats would have made sure that all 120% of those Democrat’s votes would be counted!

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