Sen. Patty Ann Lodge of Idaho and a Democrat ballot smuggler in a Georgia drop box.
Dartbag Republican state senator Patty Ann Lodge has blocked legislation banning ballot drop boxes in Idaho.
Ballot drop boxes have been banned in several states. They are open invitations to voter fraud. There is even a movie coming out in two months about the massive ballot smuggling scandal in the state of the battlefield in the 2020 presidential election.
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The Senator Lodge will not even allow a vote on the law.
The lodge is retiring this year.
Why would he do this?
Here is the contact page of Senator Lodge.
Republican Sen. Patty Ann Lodge presided over the Senate State Affairs Committee where the bill was passed 37-33 after it was passed in the House.
Lodge said he received thousands of emails protesting the law, “especially with people with disabilities, the elderly and children who can’t wait in line.”
Lodge, who is retiring for 11 terms this year, specifically declined to say whether the bill would be heard, but said twice, “I think it’s clear what is going to happen with the bill,” when pressed for a definitive answer.
Proponents of the bill say drop boxes are susceptible to theft and arson. Opponents say the drop boxes are especially useful in rural areas, and that the system could remove the US post office as a place to drop ballots.
The post Dartbag Republican Sen. Patti first appeared at The Gateway Pundit, blocking a law to ban ballot drop boxes in An Lodge Idaho.