President Trump made a strong point about the doubt-ridden U.S. election system in a statement shared to Truth Social late Sunday night. In a comment regarding a re-truth of a previous post, Trump remarked, “Mail-In Voting has been terminated in other Countries due to massive fraud and other ‘irregularities.’ Everyone, in particular the Democrats, know it is corrupt.”
He added, “They insist on having NO VOTER I.D., also. Gee, I wonder why?”
Trump’s remarks directly addressed a re-posted Truth from CEO and Founder of PublicSq., Michael Seifert. “During the 2020 election, Starbucks ran ads encouraging Americans to vote by mail,” Seifert wrote. “Now, Starbucks is trying to suspend mail-in ballots in their nationwide union elections due to alleged misconduct in the voting process. You can’t make it up!”
According to a report from CNBC, in August, corporate giant and coffee-megalith Starbucks requested that the federal labor board halt mail-in ballot union elections across the U.S., citing alleged misconduct in voting processes by board members and the union itself.
Interestingly, as even corporate giants appear to be conceding that mail-in voting is fraught with potential problems, several key states within the United States have moved to strike back against them. In July, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that ballot drop boxes were illegal.
President Trump commented on the ruling soon after in a Truth Social post, remarking, “This means I won the very closely contested (not actually!) Wisconsin Presidential race because they used these corrupt and scandal-ridden Scam Boxes!”
Additionally, in the recent Arizona primary election races, the Republican National Committee along with the Republican Party of Arizona revealed that they had found over 60,000 discrepancies related to mail-in ballots pertaining to the election, per RSBN. In fact, issues with mail-in ballots were reported across several counties, including Arizona’s Pinal and Pima counties.
Furthermore, a previous report from Trending Politics pointed out that, according to Professor John Lott’s Crime Prevention Center via the Washington Examiner, 63 percent of the European Union has indeed placed a ban on mail-in ballots.