This local Atlantic City story has been national news for a week. It was even mentioned worldwide by Epoch Times and Elon Musk! Many Republicans claim this is proof that the 2020 election was “stolen” from Donald Trump. Many Democrats claim this is proof that Republicans also cheat, but that Biden’s FBI is making mail-in ballots safe and secure. This is even more reason for you to attend our February 17 event and speak to Craig Callaway yourself.
From February 6, 2024 Press of Atlantic City Article:
“Atlantic City’s Craig Callaway, the get-out-the-vote expert arrested Thursday and charged with fraud related to his handling of mail-in ballots in the 2022 general election, will still speak at Liberty & Prosperity’s annual fundraiser, its founder said Friday.
“Attorney and former Republican congressional candidate Seth Grossman said Friday he has spoken to Callaway since the arrest, and Callaway confirmed he will attend the Feb. 17 event.
“The reason he was invited in the first place is with the presidential election coming up, a large number of Republicans believe the 2020 election was stolen (from President Donald Trump),” Grossman said.
“Our members should be aware how the mail-in ballot messenger system works, and why it should be abolished,” Grossman said. “Callaway’s method would explain that … how they gather ballots for weeks, and then put them in drop boxes just before the deadline.”
“Michael Suleiman, the Atlantic County Democratic chairman, said Thursday he will lobby for changes in New Jersey law to ban payments to those who act as ballot messengers and bearers, and to mandate prepaid postage on all mail-in ballots so “voters do not need to engage third parties to safely return their ballots.”
“But Grossman said reform is not enough. He advocates for going back to the past system, in which votes happen at secure polling places and only those with legitimate health or travel needs can vote by mail.
“When we have vote by mail, even with Suleiman’s reforms, every kitchen table becomes a polling place,” Grossman said, and voters are subject to influence from anyone who wants to exert it. “The ballot box is completely unsupervised.”
“Their (Democrats’) agenda is to say the system is good,” Grossman said, and bad people must be stopped from breaking the rules. “But in fact the system is wrong. … We need to go back to voting on Election Day (in person).”
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