Wednesday, December 13, 2023

More than 1-in-5 Mail-In Voters Admit To Cheating in 2020 Election

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In the 2020 election, more than 1-in-5 voters---21%--- who submitted ballots by mail say they did so fraudulently, a survey out yesterday afternoon from Rasmussen Reports and the Heartland Institute reveals.

Be informed, not misled.

This new poll, published yesterday, was shocking, to say the least. 

Taken together, the results of these survey questions appear to show that voter fraud was widespread in the 2020 election, especially among those who cast mail-in ballots.

In fact, one in five mail-in voters admitted to committing at least one kind of voter fraud during the 2020 election.

Overview of poll results

Seventeen percent (17%) of mail-in voters admit that in 2020, they voted in a state where they are “no longer a permanent resident.”

Twenty-one percent (21%) of mail-in voters admitted that they filled out a ballot for a friend or family member

Seventeen percent (17%) of mail-in voters said they signed a ballot for a friend or family member “with or without his or her permission.”

Eight percent (8%) of likely voters say they were offered “pay” or a “reward” for voting in 2020.

This was not missed by Donald Trump. Minutes after the survey was published, he posted this on his social media:

Will anything come of this revelation?

As Trump posted, "Republicans must do something about it." Clearly, the Left will do nothing as long as they are in power.

When asked, “During the 2020 election, did you fill out a ballot, in part or in full, on behalf of a friend or family member, such as a spouse or child?” Twenty-one percent of respondents who said they voted by mail answered “yes.” (Filling out a ballot for someone else is illegal in all states, although many states allow people to assist others with voting.)

Additionally, 17% of mail-in voters said they voted “in a state where you were no longer a permanent resident.” Seventeen percent of mail-in voters also admitted to signing a “ballot or ballot envelope on behalf of a friend or family member.” (Both voting in a state where you are no longer a permanent resident and forging a signature on a ballot or ballot envelope are fraudulent activities that invalidate votes when caught by election officials.)

Justin Haskins with the Heartland Institute said, "For the past three years, Americans have repeatedly been told that the 2020 election was the most secure in history. But if this poll’s findings are reflective of reality, the exact opposite is true. This conclusion isn’t based on conspiracy theories or suspect evidence, but rather from the responses made directly by the voters themselves."

Will anyone change their mind about the integrity of the 2020 election?

Last fall, NBC News reported, "Poll: 61% of Republicans still believe Biden didn’t win fair and square in 2020."

They said, "Six-in-10 Republicans continue to believe that Biden didn’t win the 2020 election legitimately, a new Monmouth poll shows."

NBC continued. "Nearly a third of Americans — including six-in-10 Republicans — continue to hold the debunked belief that President Joe Biden didn’t win the 2020 presidential election legitimately, according to a new Monmouth University poll released the day before the House Jan. 6 Committee holds its latest public hearing."

Twenty-nine percent of all respondents, as well as 61% of Republicans, say that Biden won due to voter fraud. 

Sharyl Attkisson, formerly with CBS News for 21 years, resigned from the network primarily because they refused to cover the misdeeds of Barack Obama. She is now an independent journalist. She  said last fall, "Concerns about election integrity remain high, with most voters worried that cheating could be a factor in next year’s [2024] election."

"That's according to the latest Rasmussen Reports," she noted.

She said, "The survey finds that 56% of likely U.S. voters believe it’s likely that cheating will affect the outcome of the next presidential election, including 33% who think it’s 'very likely.'"


In the 2020 election, mail-in voting skyrocketed as states rushed to loosen election laws under the guise of the threat of the Chinese coronavirus pandemic. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 43 percent of all voters that year cast ballots by mail, and 26 percent cast ballots before election day.

Justin Haskins says: 

"A democratic republic cannot survive if election laws allow voters to commit fraud easily, and that’s exactly what occurred during the 2020 election. Although some progress has been made in more than a dozen states since the conclusion of the 2020 election, much more work is needed in most regions of the United States. If America’s election laws do not improve soon, voters and politicians will continue to question the truthfulness and fairness of all future elections.”

The results of this poll should be eye-opening to anyone who claims to care about the legitimacy of our democratic institutions. Since the 2020 elections, anyone who questioned the security of widespread mail-in balloting was dismissed as a conspiracy theorist. Now, those people are 100 percent vindicated in their concerns.

The only question that remains is whether these stunning admissions by voters will result in reforms to our country’s election laws.” 

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Engaged. Be Prayerful.