Democrats Coronavirus Hysteria Has BACKFIRED, It’s Causing Mail In Ballots To Be Rejected
Since the pandemic began Democrats have politicized the coronavirus causing Democrats to fear the virus and that is backfiring.
A recent Gallup survey showed just how scared Democrats are of the coronavirus.
An overwhelming number of Democrat men and women are petrified they are going to get the virus, compared to a minority of Republicans that are afraid of the virus. Gallup found that 77% of Democratic men and 80% of Democratic women are “worried about getting the coronavirus.” However, just 20% of Republican men and 29% of Republican women are worried about getting the Wuhan virus. When it comes to returning to normal life “right now” Democrats are cowering. Just 5% of Democratic men and 3% of Democratic women feel we should “return to normal activities.” Sixty-four percent of Republican men and 54% of Republican women are ready to get things back to normal.
The data supports that sediment in the media that Democrats are more likely to vote by mail because they are afraid of getting the virus. Since the spring Democrats have been pushing people to vote by mail because of the coronavirus and that has now backfired.
People are ruining their mail-in ballots because they are disinfecting them.
California election officials are trying to get the word out for voters to stop using liquid sanitizer and other alcohol-based products to clean their ballots.
“Voters do not need to be wary of covid-19 exposure on their ballot paper or any of the contents inside their mailed envelope,” Janna Haynes, Sacramento County public information officer said.
The alcohol solution ruins the ballot making it unreadable. Officials told KCRA 3 that one voter used a microwave in an effort to disinfect the ballot.
“We understand if for the outgoing white envelope that you get that maybe the mail service carrier may have touched, you want to kind of hold that aside for 24 hours,” Courtney Bailey-Kanelos, Registrar of Voters in Sacramento County said. “Everything inside the pink return envelope, the ballots themselves, they have been inserted by a machine weeks ago, so they are safe.”
The registrar said that they have received at least 100 ballots that have been damaged. Elections officials are warning voters that if they “spoil” their ballot it will not be counted. Bailey-Kanelos said that they are trying to get new ballots out to voters to replace the damaged ballots.