WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Donald Trump has been no stranger to North Carolina, visiting the important swing state several times in the last few weeks. He is again sharing an important message with North Carolina voters aimed at ensuring their votes are counted, and encouraging them to not leave anything to chance.
NORTH CAROLINA: To make sure your Ballot COUNTS, sign & send it in EARLY. When Polls open, go to your Polling Place to see if it was COUNTED. IF NOT, VOTE! Your signed Ballot will not count because your vote has been posted. Don’t let them illegally take your vote away from you!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 12, 2020
Of course, Twitter has again labeled the Tweet as violating terms on ‘election integrity,’ and the Left’s collective conniption when Trump says such things is so reliable it could be used to set your clock.
Right on time, N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein chimed in to tell people not to listen to President Trump, warning the public that people go to jail for voting twice, and reminding them of a ballot tracking app that is now available to make sure the ballot is processed.
NORTH CAROLINA: Do NOT do what the President directs. To make sure your ballot COUNTS, sign and send it in EARLY. Then track it ONLINE with BALLOTTRAX. Do NOT vote twice (it’s a felony), or waste your time, or unnecessarily risk exposure to more people. https://t.co/jOKYoR4hnr https://t.co/1cF6tJoHA4
— Josh Stein (@JoshStein_) September 12, 2020
Stein goes on to give Trump an underhanded compliment for encouraging people to vote by mail, and early, and then calls in-person voting “old school.” This is something Stein has been encouraging people to do incessantly, playing up the fears of coronavirus over in-person voting. Though, it wasn’t long ago that Stein was warning everyone, not about the perils of checking to make sure your vote counted, but of the ‘bulk of fraud’ in elections occurring via absentee ballots.
The only change between now and then — besides the witness signature safety measures being REDUCED for absentee ballots — is the officially sanctioned Democratic Party narrative.
There have been nearly 750,000 absentee ballot requests so far in North Carolina for the 2020 general election — more than 15 times the rate of 2016. If anything, the opportunity for fraud has increased exponentially as well.
This is exactly why President Trump is encouraging people to make sure their vote is counted, if they vote by mail. Fortunately, the BallotTraxx app helps facilitate this confirmation. Of course, with 17 days of early voting, and objective reality concerning the risks of coronavirus transmission, voting in-person is one sure way to make sure it’s done.