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Donald Trump Jr. emerged from Twitter jail Wednesday morning swinging, with his first tweet blasting Mattel for hawking a Barbie doll that seems to promote voter fraud.

Tuesday afternoon, while the president’s eldest son was still in Twitter jail, Mattel published a tweet announcing “four diverse dolls that inspire girls to see themselves in the roles that make up a winning campaign.”

But instead of creating, say, a barbie in the likeness of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, the first woman to run a successful U.S. presidential campaign, the dollmaker decided to create these:

If you click on the lower-right one, you’ll see that it’s supposed to represent a voter. What’s odd is that she’s wearing an “I Voted” sticker yet holding a voting ballot.

Hmm.

View Trump Jr.’s response below:

Did he have a point? Perhaps he did.

For one, how would someone who just voted have a ballot in her hand? After all, you typically don’t receive an “I Voted” sticker until AFTER you turn in your ballot.

Liberal critics tried to claim otherwise, but others were quick to argue that they were dead wrong — as usual.

Look:

Second, Democrats have become hysterically loud proponents of mail-in ballots and demanded they be offered to all voters for the upcoming 2020 race. However, a growing body of evidence shows that such a move would engender catastrophic consequences.

For proof, just look to The Atlantic, a left-of-center magazine that ran an ominous report last week about the repercussions mail-in ballots have had in New York.

“More than a month after New York’s June 23 primary elections, state election officials are still counting votes. In some legislative districts, they haven’t even started counting absentee votes,” the outlet reported.

“The chaos in New York is a warning about November’s elections: Voting is being transformed by the pandemic. But no state has built new election infrastructure. No state has the time or the money to make sure vote-counting will go smoothly in November.”

“This is what happens when you jury-rig a system that hasn’t been designed or implemented or tested before,” an unnamed election official told the outlet.

Problems with ballots have been nationwide.

California was forced to toss over 100,000 mail-in ballots from its March presidential primary election over mistakes:

Hundreds of GOP voters in New Jersey “accidentally” received mail-in ballots featuring only Democrat candidates:

Some mail-in ballots in New Jersey “may have been destroyed” in a postal vehicle fire:

Reports of unclaimed mail-in ballots piling up emerged out of Nevada in May:

Four people, included an elected New Jersey councilman, were charged with voter fraud using mail-in ballots:

The examples go on for days, yet to hear Democrats and the vast majority of the mainstream press tell it, mail-in ballots pose no cause for concern.

Vivek Saxena

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