He’s absolutely right.
In a recent NPR interview, Attorney General William Barr expressed concern about “a comprehensive rule where all the ballots are essentially mail-in,” and said security could be greatly compromised.
According to Breitbart, Barr stated, “I think there’s a range of concerns about mail-in ballots. And let me just clarify here, I’m not talking about a mail-in ballot for a limited number of cases where somebody is going to be traveling around the world, and the way that the state has provided for that is, you mail in your ballot. I’m talking about a comprehensive rule where all the ballots are essentially mail-in, and there’s so many occasions for fraud there that cannot be policed.”
Adding, “I have specific reason to believe that there are a number of foreign countries that do want to sow discord in the United States by undermining confidence in the results of the election. And I think if we do adopt programs of mail-in, that will be an area which they will exploit.”
NPR’s Steve Inskeep then asked, “Do you believe that an election conducted mainly by mail can be secure?”
Barr replied, “Personally, no.”
You can watch a clip of Barr’s interview here.
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