Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order Allowing All Californians To Vote By Mail, James Woods Reacts: “Why We Have The Electoral College”

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Former Hollywood actor James Woods targeted California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday over his executive order allowing all registered voters in his state to vote by mail in the upcoming presidential election, referencing health concerns related to the coronavirus.

“I signed an executive order…that will allow every registered voter in California to receive a mail-in ballot,” Newsom said in a statement via video. “That mail-in ballot is important but it’s not an exclusive substitute to physical locations.”

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Newsom was met by instant backlash from his critics, who accused him of opening the door to mass voter fraud.

“Just send them directly to Democratic headquarters,” James Woods tweeted in response to Newsom’s decision. “You can “harvest” them from there. Save all that footwork. Better still, why not just have them pre-printed for you and Biden? Mail them direct from the printer to the election board.”

“Why we have the #ElectoralCollege,” he added just moments later. See Below

James Woods Reacts To Governor Newsom’s Executive Order

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Woods then revealed that the true danger of voter fraud in California doesn’t necessarily pertain to the office of the presidency, but in “individual districts” where Republican House candidates have a better chance of winning under normal conditions.

“The more they cheat, even though the state goes blue, individual districts are overwhelmed by Democest fraud,” Woods wrote. “That means the House is stolen by grifters like Pelosi and her gang yet again. Result: two more years of no production, but relentless scams like #Russia.”

Moments later, Mr. Woods replied to Hillary Clinton, who appeared to be “giddy” by Newsome decision as she encouraged other governors to follow his lead.

In ending, here is a meme Mr. Woods tweeted in relation to Governor Newsom’s decision.