America has been turned upside down, but that doesn’t mean the 2020 election will be stopped.
But it does look like Democrats are happy to use to push forward their agenda.
Now both Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden are pushing forward liberal voting policies we wouldn’t have dreamed of doing on a national level until now. Here’s what Joe Biden wants to do, from Breitbart:
Biden said, “[T]here would be no rationale for eliminating or delaying the election. It may be virtual.”
Biden also suggested drive-in voting as another possibility and predicted that there will be more absentee voting.
Virtual? Drive-in voting? How would we make sure voting is secure? That only people who are supposed to vote will vote, and just once?
Did they see what happened when they tried to do remote voting in the Iowa caucus? Clearly there are far more questions than there are answers.
And Pelosi is joining on the fun. From CNBC:
“In terms of the elections, I think we’ll probably be moving to vote by mail,” Pelosi said in an interview on MSNBC. “That’s why we wanted to have more resources in this third bill that just was signed by the president, to get those resources to the states to facilitate the reality of life: that we are going to have to have more vote by mail.”
Now, it makes sense why we might need more voting by mail in this situation. But how are we going to make sure it is not abused?
Trump, for one, has made his position very clear. From The Guardian:
Donald Trump admitted on Monday that making it easier to vote in America would hurt the Republican party.
The president made the comments as he dismissed a Democratic-led push for reforms such as vote-by-mail, same-day registration and early voting as states seek to safely run elections…
“They had things, levels of voting that if you’d ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again,” Trump said during an appearance on Fox & Friends.
For many Republicans, they see progressive voting rules as opportunities for Democrats to take advantage of the system.
For this, Trump was accused of saying that if more people were allowed to vote, Republicans couldn’t win. We don’t think that is what he was saying at all.
Instead, Republicans think most people have easy and fair access to the polls, but remote voting and registering same-day just makes it easier to steal elections.
What do you think? Should we do vote-by-mail in 2020? Or remote voting on an app?
Or do you think we need to keep our elections secure?
COMMENT below to let us know what you think is best!