Voter Says Election Fraud Is ‘Frightening,’ but ‘Good Will Triumph Over Evil’

November 8, 2020 Updated: November 8, 2020

MADISON—Jean Eckers says the public is skeptical of the vote counts this year especially with the widespread use of mail-in ballots.

“I just think that it says something about the integrity of the voting system because it just allows for a lot more fraud. I think people have every right to be suspicious, I know that I am,” Eckers said at a Stop the Steal rally in Madison, Wisconsin on Nov. 7, 2020.

The idea that an election could be stolen in the United States is “really sad, and frightening,” Eckers said.

“I’m frightened. I didn’t think it could happen here and it really does frighten me. I just can’t believe it, really. When I see what is going on, with what I think is fraud in our elections, if we can’t trust the elections in the United States I feel like we’re in a lot of these socialist, communist countries and I’d just hate to see the United States coming anywhere close to that,” she said. “I’d hate to see that come to our country.”

She thinks the ballots in swing states need to be recounted, and that ballots that came in after the deadlines need to be tossed out.

“I think we need to all pray for the United States. I have a real faith in God and I think that good will triumph over evil, and I really do think that there is some evil right now, and it scares me,” she said. “We’ve got to get some more morality back into our world and goodness into our world.”