Well, I did look at the videos. First, let's note that the "eagle eyes" at True the Vote caught about a dozen instances that they thought were suspicious out of thousands of people who used the drop boxes. In any kind of organized fraud, you'd be able to spot a whole lot more than that, unless they decided that the election in Michigan was so close that 50 to 100 votes for Biden could swing it.flockofseagulls104 wrote: ↑Sun Jun 26, 2022 9:38 pmOH, I think we actually made a breakthough here. You seem to have conceded that these videos are factual evidence that something is wrong here. I'll bet you didn't even know that you did that. Can't wait to see how you will walk that back. I'm pretty confident the stalker will make a feeble attempt on your behalf.
But there's a simple explanation. One of the videos shows a US Postal worker delivering these ballots. Others show people wearing ID badges on lanyards. Now, if I was going to do some illegal ballot harvesting, the last thing I'd want to do is have my name on a badge for anyone to spot or any video camera to pick up. But if you look at the law on absentee balloting, it says that voters may return absentee ballots if they: "Place the necessary postage upon the return envelope and deposit it in the United States mail or with another public postal service, express mail service, parcel post service, or common carrier." That definition would include any sort of courier service. And the following people are allowed to handle absentee ballots: "A PERSON WHOSE JOB IT IS TO HANDLE MAIL BEFORE, DURING, OR AFTER BEING TRANSPORTED BY A PUBLIC POSTAL SERVICE, EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE, PARCEL POST SERVICE, OR COMMON CARRIER, BUT ONLY DURING THE NORMAL COURSE OF HIS OR HER EMPLOYMENT." Michigan also allows voters to telephone the clerk's office and request the clerk or an election assistant to pick up their ballots. Further, the media was warning Michigan voters not to mail back absentee ballots within a week of the election because of the lengthy delays in processing. So, it stands to reason that some people who were afraid their ballots wouldn't get delivered in time might hire a courier service to transport them or call the clerk's office to request a pickup. You don't see a whole lot of these because most people aren't that familiar with the absentee voting laws are to know what their rights are (or don't want to pay a courier service to deliver the ballot). But I can certainly see a nursing home informing residents of their rights to use the services of the clerk's office to vote absentee.