Pinkerton: The Real Battle of 2020: Who Votes, and Who Counts

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by James P. Pinkerton

The Washington Post Sounds the Alarm.

Published on the front page of the August 24 edition of The Washington Post, the   headline was sure to grab the attention of every hardcore Democratic politico: “More than 500,000 mail ballots were rejected in the primaries. That could make the difference in battleground states this fall.”  As the article detailed, more than 534,000 primary votes, in 23 states, have been rejected for one reason or another, including more than 64,000 ballots in the three states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

Lest Post readers somehow not get the message, the article spelled it out: Those were three states that Donald Trump unexpectedly carried four years ago, by a cumulative total of 80,000 votes, thereby giving him the presidency. Read the rest HERE.

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2 Responses to Pinkerton: The Real Battle of 2020: Who Votes, and Who Counts

  1. Howard says:

    Why do they not condemn their own for killing their own?

  2. Howard says:

    Oops! Posted on wrong article.

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