The Epoch Times reports that Pennsylvania had Tens of Thousands of Pennsylvania Ballots Returned Earlier Than Sent Date. Now it is being reported that 20,000 absentee ballots in Pennsylvania have “impossible” return dates.
One researcher told The Epoch Times he consulted with several USPS field engineers who said opendataPA showed return dates that were “impossible.”
The researchers said that voters in Pennsylvania must request a ballot, which is then sent to them via USPS. Voters are then required to fill out the documents are to return them in person or via the mail. That process normally takes days and even weeks.
This year, however, Pennsylvania allowed voters to “request, receive, mark and cast your mail-in or absentee ballot all in one visit to your county election office or other designated location.” That, said the researcher, might explain ballots with the same sent and returned date.
That does not explain registered voters who would have to be older than the oldest known person in the state. Nor those who supposedly registered before the required age of 18.
Watch the video as Ben Shaw explains more about Pennsylvania’s “Impossible” return dates. Shaw also reveals details of numerous other cases of voter fraud in the state.