Elections in the United States should be the most secure thing in our nation seeing as how they are the most important thing in our nation.

That being said, it seems that they are kept about as secure as the cash box at a middle school bake sale. Not all that much.

Now, there are supposed to be ways that things are supposed to be done and it appears that the people that were skewing things towards Biden have been making it so the scales were unfairly tilted.

Nevada’s Republican Party says a whistleblower is claiming that elections officials willingly violated the rules for handling mail-in ballots.

“A whistleblower has come forward in Clark County saying they witnessed mail ballots being counted without signatures being verified,” the Nevada Republican Party wrote in a Twitter post Saturday.

The party included a Fox News clip from Saturday that reported that the whistleblower has completed a sworn affidavit that is being forwarded to the Department of Justice for potential prosecution.

According to the clip, the employee alleges he was told to overlook cases in which addresses did not match.

The report quoted a lawyer affiliated with the Trump campaign as saying, “The affidavit makes clear that we’re not dealing with oversights or sloppiness, this was intentional criminal conduct.”

Nevada is among the states that have been a battleground ever since the polls closed.

Despite the news media on Saturday declaring that Democrat Joe Biden has won, President Donald Trump’s campaign has been challenging mail-in ballots that it claims distorted vote totals.

Nevada Republicans said misconduct has been widespread in the state.

“The Nevada Republican Party has received thousands of complaints regarding issues that arose with the General Election in Nevada,” Nevada’s Republican Party said in a statement on its website.

“As the results of the election are still being tallied, we are investigating each and every voter complaint and are working diligently to ensure each voter had the opportunity to cast a ballot legally,” the party said last week.

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