Pelosi Calls Trump and Republican Lawmakers ‘domestic enemies’ Over Universal Vote by Mail

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) went off the rails over her criticism of Republican lawmakers and President Trump calling them “domestic enemies” and “enemies of the state” over universal vote by mail.

Democrats are pushing for universal vote by mail, where ballots are sent to voters across the country whether they requested it or not.

There are numerous problems associated with universal vote by mail, including no formal process to confirm who completed the ballot, no process to confirm the accurate mailing address or if the person is alive or deceased.

Pelosi made the comments during an interview on MSNBC.

Pelosi’s critics commented on social media.

Pelosi isn’t the only Democrat going after President Trump over universal mail-in voting.

Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA) took to the House floor and called President Trump “a threat to our democracy” and said he is trying to sabotage the presidential election over the postal service.

Waters also held a press conference.

In contrast to universal vote by mail, absentee ballots are specifically requested by voters, such as military personnel or senior citizens who are unable to vote in person on Election Day.

It’s important to ensure Americans’ right to vote is done safely and securely.

Universal mail-in voting opens the door to massive voter fraud.

Upholding the integrity of our voting system – one vote, one person – is something Pelosi, Waters, and their fellow Democrats don’t see as a priority.

Pelosi’s temper tantrum shows the Speaker is willing to sacrifice the integrity of our elections to gain power.