The 2023 budget proposal calls for $10 billion to go to new state election equipment and personnel, as well as to "increased access and security" while voting. The other $5 billion would go to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to expand delivery capacity and to provide "support for vote-by-mail, including making ballots postage free and reducing the cost of other election-related mail."
Thanks to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic, voting by mail has become more normalized across the country. In the November 2020 presidential election, some 46 percent of votes were cast by mail, which is up from 21 percent in the 2016 election, according to the USPS inspector general.
A USPS whistleblower came forward around that time to reveal that many mail-in ballots were illegally backdated in key swing states, which explains why the Biden regime wants to normalize mail-in voting for all future elections.
More than 135 million ballots were delivered by the USPS for the 2020 election, rendering it the most fraudulent election in American history. There is simply no way that Joe Biden is the country's most popular president of all time, which is what the official vote tallies suggest.
Then-President Donald Trump tried to warn the country against mail-in voting, stating that "they can't have universal mail-in voting; they just can't have it." But it fell on mostly deaf ears among those holding the levers of power.
U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy blasted Trump over these statements, calling them "incorrect" and claiming that the USPS has more than enough funding and know-how to handle hundreds of millions of mailed ballots.
In December, both the USPS and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) reached a settlement over a 2020 lawsuit, which the Department of Justice (DoJ) said would ensure prioritizing the delivery of ballots in future elections.
For the upcoming 2022 midterm congressional election, the USPS has agreed to take the same extraordinary measures that it used in the 2020 election to deliver ballots via mail.
The Postal Service has also agreed that for all elections through 2028, guidance documents will be posted that publicly reflect the "good faith efforts to prioritize monitoring and timely delivery of Election Mail."
Since a record number of Americans opted to vote by mail during the plandemic, numerous courts have instructed the USPS to take extraordinary measures to ensure ballot deliveries.
"Biden: I'm paying the USPS to cheat. White House: He meant he was paying for assistance with the election. Biden after being asked about WH walk-back: I never said that," wrote one commenter at Newsmax jokingly.
"How many stimuluses, bailouts and loans does the USPS need?" asked another about these constant cash injections into the Postal Service.
Someone else suggested that many states are not going to go along with this and allow Democrats to continue to "win" (steal) elections via the USPS and ballot box stuffing.
"You got us once; it isn't happening again," this person wrote.
Another wrote that Biden's plan is an organized voter fraud scheme that will allow more dead and fictitious people to vote, as well as allow the same person to vote multiple times.
"Last election, a lot of folks that were dead got absentee ballots," this person added.
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