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    Officials Tell Voters: Stop Soaking Your Ballots in Disinfectant, it Ruins Them

    I can't stop laughing.. If this is how the Democrats lose the election, I think I'm going to break a rib

    Elections officials ask voters to stop disinfecting (and microwaving) mail-in ballots
    Last edited by dannno; 10-12-2020 at 09:44 PM.
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    Maybe this is how ink is removed from paper and then changed. Plausible deniability story.

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    Well yeah, the Russians have been posting messages on Facebook about ballot contamination and procedures for disinfecting them since at least as far back as August
    It happened sometime after they Made America Great Again. You see, I grew a bit weary from all the winning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshLowry View Post
    Maybe this is how ink is removed from paper and then changed. Plausible deniability story.
    Move along. Nothing to see here...

    Erasing Ink With Household Chemicals

    Use brake fluid to remove pen ink from the sheet of paper easily. Use a pipette/dropper to drop onto the precise area and rub with a clean cotton bud or swab.

    Use acetone to erase ink. Most nail polish remover is made of acetone, and this can be used to remove ink from paper. Apply a small amount of acetone to a cotton swab, and rub into the ink you're trying to erase.

    Try rubbing alcohol to erase ink. You can apply isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol to any paper you're trying to erase the ink from. If you only have a small amount of ink to erase, use a cotton swab. If you want to erase most of the ink from a page, soak the paper in a small washing tray for 5 minutes.
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    That's some pretty funny $#@!.
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    And these people have the right to vote? Democracy itself is cruel and unusual punishment.

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