Congress Removes Voter Anominity and Institutionalizes Voting Corruption

The point of in-person voting is to ensure voter anonymity and to reduce voting corruption. Mail-in voting strips the voter of anonymity and freedom from coercion. Voters can be bought and coerced by family, friends, and thugs because there is no way the voter can hide how they vote. If a voter wants to do in-person voting, everyone knows the voter is not voting correctly. What Congress has done is guarantee no one votes incorrectly! Shame on the bastards in Congress who have undermined voter anonymity and pissed on the graves of those who died to protect democracy!