Coronavirus Hoaxer Gavin Newsom Orders Cheat-By-Mail November Election

In Coronavirus Hoax Tyranny, coronavirus mail in ballots, Gavin Newsom by Jeffrey Lee PierceLeave a Comment

The hoax is strong with this one.

With so many incentives to hoax everyone with the lie that the coronavirus is a deadly threat to the general population, why would the hoaxers, Dems all, not both perpetrate and exploit the hoax? Don’t hold onto your beliefs that the coronavirus is a truly deadly threat worth all the damage we’ve done to ourselves over it, you’re just hurting yourself and your family more and more every day, never mind looking like a sucker.

And there’s one thing we know for sure about the 2020 presidential election: the results will be entirely untrustworthy because it will be full of fraud, from millions of illegal aliens voting to corrupt counting to mail-in fraud.

We’re at war folks. Civil war. Expect the worst.

Excerpted From Breitbart: California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Friday signed an executive order permitting all registered voters in the Golden State to vote by mail in the upcoming presidential election, citing concerns stemming from the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

“I signed an executive order that will allow every registered voter in California to receive a mail-in ballot,” Newsom said. “That mail-in ballot is important but it’s not an exclusive substitute to physical locations.”

In a statement to CNN, Trump campaign communications director Tim Murtaugh slammed the move by Newsom, calling it a “thinly-veiled political tactic” to “undermine” election security.

Newsom’s order comes as Democrats across the country are pushing efforts to allow voters to vote-by-mail in the 2020 election, despite concerns of potential voter fraud. On Wednesday, Reps. Joe Kennedy III (D-MA) and Mark Pocan (D-WI) went as far as to call for vote-by-mail to be permitted beyond the election.

Recent data has not shown a compelling public health justification for vote-by-mail. Wisconsin is one of the only U.S. states that held its primary election with in-person voting after the coronavirus lockdown began. Only a few dozen people at maximum were confirmed to have contracted the virus after participating either as voters or poll workers, and none of those cases were fatal. Out of the 413,000 participants, that equals an infection rate below two-hundredths of one percent. Just days later, South Korea held national elections which did not result in any new coronavirus cases. Read the whole thing