Mystery: GOP Voters Discover Their Ballots Already Cast In California Recall Election

( Exclusive) – There are a lot of American voters across the United States who no longer have any faith in the integrity of our election system, thanks in large part to the mountains of evidence from the 2020 presidential race that demonstrates the Democratic Party put together the greatest voter fraud scheme in history and somehow managed to pull it off.

And it seems, according to WND, that what’s happening right now in the recall election in California involving Gov. Gavin Newsom is not going to do much to reassure folks that what happened last November is never going to happen again.

Some voters in the state are currently being told they have already voted in the recall election. The only problem here is that they claim not to have voted yet.

A report from KTLA says that some folks living in San Fernando Valley have come out and stated that they are wrongly being prevented from being able to make their voice heard by casting a ballot.

“Some voters say they were told the computers showed them as already having voted, even though they had not,” the report went on to explain concerning the balloting at El Camino Real Charter High School located in Woodland Hills.

Estelle Bender, 88, went on to say in the report that she was “far from the only person who was being told incorrectly that they had already voted.”

Bender went on to say that she filled out a provisional ballot and left “really angry.” She revealed that she identifies as a member of the GOP and stated that others are facing similar issues. They, too, are Republicans.

The report went on to say, “The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder’s office said in a statement that provisional ballots are a ‘failsafe option’ to ensure that everyone’s votes are counted.”

Breitbart went on to report that the “you voted” message had been delivered to folks who are Republican “all morning.”

According to the registrar’s office, some pieces of equipment have been “replaced” on the site. Folks, this is looking super, super shady. It feels like the 2020 presidential election all over again. The left will do anything to continue to win and stay in power.

“The vote is an attempt to remove the far-left Newsom, whose actions have allowed the condition of the state to deteriorate, especially through his lockdown orders during COVID,” the WND report said.

As of now, the top individual that could end up replacing Newsom is conservative radio-host Larry Elder.

According to Infowars, this isn’t the first report of some shady business happening involving the recall.

Just last month, one voter noticed the way return envelopes for the ballots in the election could accidentally reveal a “yes” recall vote to any person who was handling it.

“You can see, if someone, from the outside of the mail-in ballot, you can see if somebody has voted ‘yes’ to recall Newsom,” the woman said. “This is very sketchy, and irresponsible in my opinion, but this is asking for fraud. So anybody that has access to this mail-in envelope can see who’s voted yes, toss it, do whatever they want to it.”

“So, when you’re doing this, make sure that you line up your ballot on the inside of the envelope so that your vote is not visible,” she said in conclusion.

And that’s not all.

A few weeks ago, a convicted felon was discovered passed out in his vehicle with thousands of Newsom recall ballots in his possession.

“Investigators are trying to figure out how the election ballots ended up in the suspect’s vehicle and what their intent was in having them,” police officials went on to say in a statement. “This is an isolated incident and is not related to any additional thefts of election ballots.”

This is why forensic audits of the 2020 election results are so important. We need to find out if there was fraud, how it was perpetrated, who was involved in it, and then hold them accountable for their actions. Once that’s done, we need to pass legislation to secure our elections so this junk stops happening.

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