The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration reported this summer that 1.1 million coronavirus aid checks were sent to people who had already died. The checks totaled nearly $1.4 billion.
After the report, the watchdog recommended that Congress “provide Treasury with access to the Social Security Administration’s full set of death records, and require that Treasury consistently use it, to help reduce similar types of improper payments.”
Rep. Thomas Massie seemed to echo Paul, questioning the integrity of voting via mail when most “of what shows up in your mailbox is junk mail.”
“75% of what shows up in your mailbox is junk mail… and some people thought this would be a good venue for holding a presidential election?” he tweeted Monday.