Not sure how old this video is, but at one point he questioned the security of mail-in ballots and appears to praise the signature verification concept.
Oddly enough, Democrats in Florida actually sued over signature verification, as reported by Politico back in 2016.
Matt Dixon wrote, "Democrats are suing Florida’s top election official in federal court to stop the practice of election officials tossing vote by mail ballots if the signature on the ballot envelope does not match the one on file.sponsor
The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida by the Florida Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee. The listed defendant is Secretary of State Ken Detzner, who oversee state elections.
“This is a case about the denial of the fundamental right to vote of thousands of Florida voters who vote-by-mail,” read the lawsuit."
So what this means is that Democrats did not want the mailed in votes to be verified by someone's signature.
Limited Supply - Order Now!
But why not? If that helps make a vote legitimate, then why would Democrats be against it? Oh, never mind. If you don't verify the vote, then it's easier to sign a bunch of fake votes. I get it. Not so fast, Democrats!Source: twitter