Jerry Mosna got quite a surprise when he went to the mailbox. There were 83 ballots sent to his elderly neighbor’s address in San Pedro, California that were sitting on top of his mailbox.
Margot Valenti had gotten the ballots for dozens of people she didn’t know who used her address. She took them down to her neighbor’s mailbox.
Mosna first took the ballots to the police and then to the USPS. Another neighbor, John Carichiolo, then contacted the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder’s office.
The registrar’s office blamed it on a vendor error, but that seems entirely too coincidental. There apparently weren’t any checks established to make sure over 80 unrelated people didn’t live in the same small apartment. They also stated that there would be signature confirmation with any returned ballots, so they dismissed voter fraud concerns. If they improperly mailed out all these ballots, how can we trust them to check for signatures?
In the video below, Mosna and Caricchiolo aren’t buying the flimsy excuse given and are concerned about voter fraud. “Yes, there is voter fraud. We saw it with our own eyes,” Caricchiolo said.
There are two excuses for this, either gross incompetence or voter fraud. Either way, neither inspire confidence.
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H/T: Fox News