In a live TV coverage during the 2020 Presidential Election, CNN’s news cameras captured a masked woman in Ohio stuffing a ballot box. This incident raises questions about the integrity and security of the election, despite claims from CNN and other corporate media outlets that it was “safe and secure” and devoid of widespread fraud.
The incident occurred beside what was claimed to be “the only ballot drop box in Cuyahoga County, Ohio,” during early voting. The cameras recorded a lone woman dumping a substantial number of ballots into the drop box. The main problem with this situation is that ballot harvesting is illegal in Ohio.
The CNN correspondent, positioned nearby, commented on the woman casting her vote and jokingly asked if she had voted for “Reagan or Carter,” referring to the 1980 Presidential Election. The woman humorously responded, “Carter!” As the cameras moved closer, the correspondent failed to acknowledge the huge pile of ballots in the woman’s hand. Instead, the correspondent treated the situation as normal and continued with the coverage.
The video footage, which can be seen in the link provided, displays CNN accidentally capturing the woman stuffing the ballot box live on TV in 2020. This incident contradicts the media’s narrative that the election was the most safe and secure in history. Those who question the election’s integrity are often labeled as a dangerous threat to democracy.
The fact that Ohio law prohibits ballot harvesting implies that the woman caught on camera engaged in illegal activity. It is worth noting that her response to CNN’s election question suggests she may be a Democrat, given her preference for Carter. Ohio’s laws surrounding ballot drop boxes permit registered voters to use them to deposit their absentee ballots or those of close family members. Possessing or delivering another person’s absentee ballot, unless they are a close family member, is a felony in Ohio and carries potential prison time and fines.
This incident highlights a larger issue surrounding the 2020 election. The widespread implementation of ballot drop boxes, as a result of COVID-related changes to election laws, created an environment susceptible to potential fraud. These changes created confusion and chaos, further compromising the election’s integrity.
The incident in Ohio is not an isolated case. Reports of fraudulent votes and apparent nursing home vote fraud have been found in Delaware during the 2020 election. Additionally, evidence of election fraud and irregularities has been ignored by Attorney General Miyares and other top Virginia officials, as reported. Maricopa County supervisor/audio recording has also revealed multifaceted voter fraud in the 2020 election, including instances of ballot harvesting and deceased individuals voting.
In conclusion, the footage captured by CNN’s cameras showing a woman stuffing a ballot box in Ohio during the 2020 Presidential Election raises concerns about the election’s security and integrity. The incident reveals potential fraudulent activity and highlights the problems associated with ballot harvesting and the rushed implementation of ballot drop boxes. It serves as a reminder that questions regarding the election’s integrity should not be dismissed and require further investigation to ensure the transparency and fairness of future elections.