The Democratic Party is Now Openly Urging Voter Fraud

The Democratic Party of Outagamie County told voters on its Facebook page that "if you get your ballot in the mail late, and you did NOT vote in person, fill it out and send it in anyhow."

The Party deleted the post as soon as "The Dan O'Donnell Show" drew attention to its open encouragement of illegal voting.

This is voter fraud, and until it was exposed, it was being advocated right out in the open:

That Common Council member is Katie Van Zeeland:

Wisconsin law is crystal clear on this issue: All absentee ballots must be received by the time the polls closed. Given the extraordinary nature of this election, the U.S. Supreme Court relaxed the enforcement of that law a bit, ruling on Monday that ballots may be received after the polls close so long as they are postmarked by Election Day, but both Van Zeeland and the Democratic Party of Outagamie County are urging their followers to willfully violate both state law and a Supreme Court order.

This is unconscionable and must be investigated immediately.

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