And what makes those votes legal?
Virginia has a law about showing up in person, submitting your ID, and then you get to vote. Even for absentee, I showed up in person, signed forms, etc. This is to prevent vote duplication and fraud. I have done this for eight or ten years, before quitting. I'd show up at the voting booth, they'd check me against my picture. Sometimes I'd present as female, sometime not. They'd always ask me to verify my address.
However, mail-ins bypass much of this bureaucracy to just shove something in the post office. They don't check for one person writing five (or five thousand) ballots. They don't check that the person isn't a dog or cat. They don't check that the person is even alive. The vote is "found" at 2am, and counted while everyone is asleep.
I looked at an online prediction. At 11pm, 90% of the votes were counted. The state voted red. At 6am, somehow 10% vote (actually not, because votes would also have had to switch columns) overturned all those votes. Yeah, 90% is 9 out of ten had voted (give or take several thousand). Almost as though they shoved in exactly how many votes they needed to win, and then made it look realistic.
Again, if nine out of ten votes have been counted, and you can already see the majority, pulling out mail-ins constitutes illegal votes. Votes had closed foe the night, you're done, those votes are illegal.
But we can't demand people show up in person because The Virus. But we can't get close enough to actually check that honest tallying is going on because The Virus. But we're allowed to spend well past the normal hours because The Virus. Your virus is bullshit.
Before all this went down, I saw a news story in Florida. It was about Obama's term or so, and mail-ins had been hauled in on a truck for some Congress or Senate election. Right then,I decided mail-in was far too easy to fraud. The Postal Service hasn't been competent for years. Not only is it very possible to lose mail, but our neighbors have gotten our mail before, and we our neighbors. This is with boxes clearly marked on the side. You had better believe that I don't have any confidence that ballots for one candidate couldn't be "lost" or "found."
The next day, I told some friend in a webforum on Discord. He gaslighted me. Not long after, he changed the rules of his forum, and I decided I was being singled out. Most of the rules were things I did. So I quit his forum, scalped some members and left.