There is something ‘smelly and shonky’ about US voting system 2020

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  • Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “There is something ‘smelly and shonky’ about US voting system 2020” – below is their description.

    Sky News host Gary Hardgrave says there is something “smelly and shonky” about the voting system in the United States. “I found it amazing that some of the postal votes that went out were in fact greater in number than were applied for,” Mr Hardgrave said. “Some of them went out and came back in the same day, some of them went out and came back in the day before, some of them came out immediately afterwards. “I’ve never seen an efficient postal system like is apparently happening in some of these United States areas. “There is something smelly and shonky about this. “I haven’t written off Trump, I’m of the view that regardless, we need to know with certainty whoever is elected is elected fairly, and I don’t think that’s clear right now. I don’t care what anyone thinks of that. “

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