Was There Democrat Voter Fraud in the May 2020 State Senate Race Near Cape Code – in the Plymouth-Barnstable Race?
How do we know mail in ballots will be a disaster for Massachusetts?
Well, that appears to be just one of MANY irregularities now leaking about the the recent Senate Race near Cape Cod – see our prior posting….
More complaints in the Jay McMahon race. Check out these comments!
Boston Broadside is now in possession of a voicemail from a Plymouth Republican, whose vote was returned to him. Both he and his wife, who is a Democrat, filed on the same day for a ballot. Her ballot promptly appeared. His ballot did not. Is it just a coincidence that he is a Republican. He did not give up. He emailed for the ballot which did finally come. Unfortunately, the story doesn’t end there. He personally saw the mailman take his ballot. Days after the election, his ballot was returned to him unopened and uncounted.
As Howie Carr says nothing to see here folks, move on.
Stay tuned for the next installment …
AND, JUST A FEW NOTES ON PLYMOUTH:
In Plymouth, 60% of the poll workers were newbies – first-timers, and not properly trained according to the town clerk, due to lack of time, when so many of long-time regulars declined to participate this year, due to fears of Covid virus. Due to Covid, the town clerk, nor his assistant, staffed the building and provided appropriate training, and the town clerk did not want to hold the election at all – he petitioned the state for another delay, but was denied. On election day, he did not follow his normal routine – visiting each poll location, ensuring things were operating properly. With 60% of the workers new . . .
We have received a note of an eye-witness to “ballot stuffing” and await details and if others will go on the record, and file charges. Failing same, if such stuffing took place, well, the stuffer got away with it.
Many have asked why the Plymouth Town Clerk abruptly resign – announce his retirement from the position – the day after the election? Well, our editor spoke directly with him, extensively, regarding the difficulties of running an election in the Covid environment, and what the clerk felt, and how, after 28 years, he was ready to just give it an end….more details later. He’ll retire the day before the town elections, but is expected to return in a special arrangement as a consultant to the town.
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This is just the tip of the iceberg. Stay tuned for more information about what some have termed “the stealing of the McMahon victory.”