Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans endured numerous mandates and restrictions that were supposedly put in place to protect the public and stop the coronavirus from spreading. The only problem, it has been over two years since the first COVID-19 case was reported in the United States, and the virus still spreads while the Democrats ask for more funding. But the mandates didn’t just involve masks and social distancing, absentee ballots took center stage in the 2020 election as some didn’t want to risk catching the virus in order to vote. While the Democrats promoted the idea of mass absentee ballots, on Friday, a New York judge ruled that mail-in voting due to COVID-19 is unconstitutional.

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Absentee ballots came under intense criticism after the 2020 election. Former President Donald Trump proposed that the election was stolen from him, allowing Joe Biden to easily become the most-voted candidate in America’s history. And while the Democrats mock and criticize those who believe the election process is not secure and accurate, Saratoga County Supreme Court Justice Dianne Freestone warned the legislature, controlled by the Democrats, “appears poised to continue the expanded absentee voting provisions of New York State Election Law … in an Orwellian perpetual state of health emergency and cloaked in the veneer of ‘voter enfranchisement.'”

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According to Fox News, “The 28-page ruling ordered local election boards to stop counting absentee ballots they’ve already received and to “preserve” them until after Election Day on Nov. 8 or after the resolution of a lawsuit filed by Republicans in the state. The ruling does not invalidate ballots that have already been mailed. In 2020, delays, litigation, and mistakes by election boards that faced a flood of absentee ballots led to long waits for election results. The Democratic-controlled legislature eventually passed a law allowing for early counting of absentee voting.”

The full 28-page ruling can be read here.

Many of the fears surrounding the election process were further realized after the hit documentary 2000 Mules detailed how the election was stolen. Not only that, they used cell phone data pings to map out the entire process.

Online users offered their opinion, writing:

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“Let’s all be honest. The democrats want to continue mail-in voting because it makes their voter fraud easier. We know it. They know it. Everyone knows it. So let’s stop it!”

“If Democrats say the 2020 elections were the most secured ever, then how come they’re throwing everything, including the proverbial kitchen sink, at the investigations into it in the affected swing states?”

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“The cowardly U.S. Supreme Court should have ruled that ‘mail-in’ ballots were unconstitutional in the 2020 elections. But it took bravery and fortitude to do the right thing. They violated their oath and massively harmed this nation.”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on October 25, 2022. It originally appeared on LifeZette and is used with permission.

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