Dr. Birx says in-person voting should be as easy as going to Starbucks

Dr. Deborah Birx, an American physician and part of the White House Coronavirus taskforce, said that in-person voting should be as easy as going to Starbucks. During an interview with David Brody from CBN News, Dr. Birx said, “If you go into Starbucks in the middle of Texas & Alabama & Mississippi that have very high case rates, then I can’t say that it would be different waiting in line in the polls.”

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Many are disputing if it’s safe going to the voting polls to vote and pushing for mail-in voting. Other people are saying mail-in vote opens up the risk of voting fraud.

There has been people saying that if you can protest, you can vote. We’ll see which county will allow mail-in voting or not. There’s two different types of mail-in voting: Absentee and universal mail-in voting. Absentee requires verification to vote and universal mail-in voting is where government officials sends ballots from their voting registration rolls but with no verification.

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