Republicans and Democrats alike fear that the other party will attempt to hijack this election.
President Trump is convinced that mail-in ballots are a scam except in Florida, where it's safe to vote by mail because of its "great Republican governor."
The FBI is worried about foreign hackers continuing to target and exploit vulnerabilities in the nation's electoral system, sowing distrust about the parties, the process and the outcome.
I, on the other hand, am not overly worried: after all, the voting booths have already been hijacked by a political elite comprised of Republicans and Democrats who are determined to retain power at all costs.
The outcome is a foregone conclusion: the Deep State will win and "we the people" will lose.
The damage has already been done.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which has been tasked with helping to "secure" the elections and protect the nation against cyberattacks, is not exactly an agency known for its adherence to freedom principles.