It’s election day in California!
Polls close at 8 pm PST with 3 “waves” of results to be reported.
There are already massive issues happening throughout the state.
Republicans are showing up to their precincts to vote.
But there’s one major problem:
These Republican voters are being told that they have already voted.
They haven’t voted.
That’s why they’re showing up to the precinct.
One election day worker said:
This has been happening all morning.
We have a question:
Why is this only happening to Republicans?
Is there a single Democrat who has been told that they voted when they haven’t?
In one district in particular, up to 70% of Republicans showing up were told they already voted.
The only problem?
It is still unclear if other districts throughout the state are coming close to that 70% level.
According to the Western Journal:
Bureaucratic ignorance fuels the public’s institutional distrust, particularly when it comes to elections.
Polls are open in California for voters to determine whether to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and residents are eagerly casting their ballots.
But some voters are worried that their votes will not be counted — including two women who went to vote in Woodland Hills, a suburb of Los Angeles.
Estelle Bender, who lives in nearby West Hills, told KTLA-TV that she and others at the polling place were informed that they had already voted even though that had not.
Asked how shocked she was, the 88-year-old responded, “Very. I went to El Camino High School to vote, got there at 10:30, gave her this and she scanned it and said, ‘You voted.’ And I said, ‘No I haven’t.’ And she said, ‘This has been happening all morning.’
“The man next to me was arguing the same thing. So as I left, I did the provisional ballot.”
Bender said she “saw two women walking toward me as I left and I said, ‘Don’t be surprised if they tell you how they voted.’ And she said, ‘They’ve already done that.’”
She said she was “really angry” and suspicious that this issue was targeting Republicans.
“I asked the couple, the young women that I talked to and I said, ‘Are you by any chance Republicans?’ She said, ‘Yes,’ and I said, ‘Well so am I.’”
Another voter, Monica Almada, told KNBC-TV that she had the same issue when she tried to cast her ballot at the Disabled American Veterans 73 Vote Center in Woodland Hills.
“My confidence is not the same as it used to be about the voting system,” she told the outlet.
There is no empirical evidence to support that this technical error is targeted toward Republicans, but this incident certainly is raising alarm bells.
If Democrats truly stole the 2020 presidential election, then stealing a single state should be easy.
Hopefully all Republicans are on high alert for any shady shenanigans!
Even if this is an “innocent” issue, why is this only happening to Republicans?
Is there any Democrat out there that this has happened to?
If so, please come forward!
Breitbart has more details:
Some self-identified Republicans claim they arrived at their polling center to cast their ballots in the California recall election only to be told they had “already voted.”
“At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills, some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not,” reported KTLA.
Estelle Bender, 88, said poll workers informed her she and several friends of hers had already voted. She also allegedly witness another man arguing with a poll worker over the same issue.
“What happened today and how shocked are you?” a reporter asked Bender.
“Very. I went to El Camino High School to vote. Got there at 10:30. Gave her this [ballot] and she scanned and said ‘you voted,’ and I said, ‘no, I haven’t,” Bender told KTLA.
“She said this has been happening all morning,” Bender further alleged. “The man next to me was arguing the same thing,”
Bender filled out a provisional ballot and left feeling “really angry.”
“I saw two women walking toward me as I left and I said, ‘don’t be surprised if they tell you’ve already voted, and she said, ‘They’ve already done that. If I voted, how did I vote?”
According to Bender, the people she knew affected by the issue were “self-identified Republicans,” which gave her cause for suspicion.
“I asked the couple of young women that I talked to and I said, ‘Are you by any chance Republicans?’ And she said ‘yes’ and I said, ‘So am I,’” asserted Bender.
The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder’s office said equipment was “replaced” at the polling center and that provisional ballots are a “failsafe option” for these kinds of glitches.”
Election results should begin coming out beginning 8 pm California time.