In what could soon be a nationwide pattern, President Donald Trump’s fears over mail-in ballot fraud are coming to pass – unofficial ballot boxes are popping up throughout California, worrying election officials.
Plus, the majority of Americans say they’re better off than 4 years ago, and more of today’s top stories in conservative politics.
Unofficial ballot boxes are popping up throughout California
President Donald Trump’s concerns over potential fraud regarding mail-in ballots appears to no longer be speculation, but reality…
Election officials in California are concerned as numerous unofficial ballot boxes are popping up throughout the state, already found in Los Angeles, Orange, and Fresno counties. Posts on Twitter are also appearing directing people to these illegal ballot boxes, and anyone promoting such boxes could be guilty of a felony which carries a penalty of 2 to 4 years in prison.
The unofficial boxes are being found and reported at places such as local political party offices, candidate headquarters, and churches, the Orange County Register reported.
Latest Gallup poll: Majority of Americans say they’re better off than four years ago
Using the famous question Ronald Reagan asked Americans, “are you better off today than you were four years ago?”, the latest Gallup poll finds that 56% of Americans say they are better off now than they were four years ago.
Only 32% said they aren’t. Previous presidents have won reelection gaining a number in the mid-40s in similar Gallup polls, the Daily Wire reported.
Senate hearings for confirmation of justice Amy Coney Barrett to Supreme Court began today
The Senate Judiciary Committee began its first day of confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett, President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee on Monday.
The hearings are scheduled to continue through Thursday, NBC reported. Democrats have acknowledged there’s little they can do to prevent her confirmation. The Republican majority Senate is rushing to push through her confirmation before the election, which is not unconstitutional as Biden and his campaign have falsely tried to represent.
However, Democrats still plan to grill Barrett on several key issues, including abortion and Obamacare.
Teens on TikTok attempted to sabotage Trump Rally, end up donating $16,000 to GOP
Out-of-state teenagers on TikTok tried to use fake RSVPs to plummet the turnout for a Republican rally in Staten Island last week, similar to what had happened at the Trump Rally in Tulsa over the summer. However, this time Republican officials were ready and added a nonrefundable $5 fee to reserve tickets.
The Trump haters that tried to deny seats, ended up donating $15,785 via the reservation fee, the Daily Wire reported.
According to the post, “[no] seats were provided at the open-air rally, and the event drew 2,500 locals, who filmed a get-well message for Trump as he recuperated from his bout with COVID-19.”