A recent documentary film exposed voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. The film 2,000 Mules is about Democrat-hired vote box stuffers. You should see this incredible film if you haven’t already.
Dinesh D’Souza’s stunning documentary debunks the political left’s false claims that the 2020 election was safe. That couldn’t be further from the truth. The relentless efforts of the Nonprofit “True the Vote” and D’Souza demonstrates one type of electoral fraud.
There were many others. Big Tech and the mainstream media manipulated the news narrative ahead of Election Day. Key revelations that would have changed the outcome were buried. Speaking of buried, a number of dead and buried Americans somehow voted.
Likewise, there are still unanswered questions about the integrity of hundreds of electronic voting machines. But these aren’t the only suspicious things that happened during the 2020 election. A Los Angeles woman, while walking her dog, may have unearthed yet another.
Christina Repaci was just meandering along with her dog in tow. When she turned the corner on an East Hollywood street, Repaci was astonished at what she found. There, sitting on the ground, was a United States Postal Service carrier’s box.
There was no one around. When she picked the box up, Repaci saw that it was full of election ballots. According to what she told her local news station, Repaci took the box home for safekeeping. She wasn’t sure what she should do.
The first thing she did was share videos of the ballots on social media. Repaci asked what these people thought she should do. She also asked these popular individuals to share the information. Next, Repaci shared her discovery with law enforcement. This seems rather logical.
But to her surprise, that got her nowhere. Repaci said, “I actually called the Sheriff’s Department. I couldn’t get through, so I emailed them. I got an email back from a deputy, basically in so many words, saying it wasn’t their problem, and to contact the USPS.”
In liberal L.A. County, that’s not really all that surprising. Then there comes yet another bewildering twist. The L.A. County Registrar’s office telephoned Repaci. Registrar Dean Logan kindly offered to go to her home and pick up the box. Repaci was baffled by the circumstances.
She questioned, “They’ll just put them in a dumpster or throw them in the trash. I just don’t think it should have been this hard to figure out what to do with legal ballots. This is a country of freedom and our votes should matter and something like this should never happen.”
The Los Angeles Registrar’s Office and the United States Postal Service both say they’re launching separate investigations into the incident. We’ll bet they are. We wonder if anyone will have the sense to follow up on these “investigations”. Things like this conveniently get buried.
How many more “USPS boxes” are floating around out there with uncounted ballots? How far of a reach would it be to assume the vast majority of these ballots voted for President Trump? Doesn’t this seem just too convenient? We’d love to see who these ballots were for.