Since being elected President Trump has made America great again. Up until the coronavirus outbreak we had the strongest economy in history and with record unemployment, the economy is still in better shape than under former President Barak Obama.
Progressive organizations backed by billionaire George Soros are using his money to spread fear and influence advocating for a “vote by mail” system for the upcoming presidential election. Meanwhile, Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi is conducting television appearances pushing the idea.
Vote-by-mail is essential to protecting the future of our democracy as we confront this public health crisis. There is no legitimate argument against enacting it. #LSSC pic.twitter.com/WPgOgIivK0
— Nancy Pelosi (@SpeakerPelosi) April 3, 2020
President Donald Trump warned that voting by mail would hurt the legitimacy of the 2020 election and slammed Democrats proposing such a measure. Pelosi even tried to hide it in the coronavirus stimulus bill.
“The things they had in there were crazy,” Trump said. “They had things – levels of voting that, if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again.”
Soros has organizations inside the United States that are trying to change the way Americans vote.
Breitbart News explains:
Soros’s Open Society Foundations have long sought to change the way Americans vote, also funding groups looking to expand the use of electronic and online voting systems nationwide.
Leading the mail-in ballot charge is the Brennan Center for Justice, located at NYU School of Law. The Brennan Center is heavily financed by Soros’s Open Society Foundations and is the recipient of numerous Open Society grants. Breitbart News previously reported the Brennan Center was listed in leaked Open Society Foundations documents as receiving funds specifically earmarked for “litigation to expand access to registration and improve ease of voting.”
Alongside the Brennan Center are a slew of progressive groups tied to Soros money that are working overtime to push mail-in voting. Some of the groups are using the coronavirus crisis to advocate permanent changes to the way Americans vote.
The Brennan Center’s plan wants a “universal vote-by-mail options for all voters.” It also wants “inactive and recently purged voters” sent ballots as well.
The plan was highlighted by the New York Times, Washington Post, and The Guardian.