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Donald Trump refuses to say whether he'll accept election results

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posted on Oct, 25 2016 @ 02:06 PM

originally posted by: kruphix

originally posted by: iTruthSeeker
a reply to: kruphix

So he should roll over an accept a defeat based on fraud and corruption, knowing full well he is the one who really won?

And how would he know he really won?

You see, this is the issue...Trump and his supporters have already decided he if he loses, it's rigged.

This is just crazy.

I mean it is rigged though -- not that if it weren't trump would have a shot, cuz he wouldn't -- but that exactly why he was nominated in the first place. Your vote doesn't count, continue believing it does and you continue ruining the country, it's that simple.

posted on Oct, 25 2016 @ 02:20 PM

originally posted by: MrSpad
First of all we know a national election can not be swayed by fraud because we do not have a national election. States run elections so its more like we have 50 elections. And with hundreds of millions of people voting the number of votes required to just turn a close election in one state would be impossible to pull off unless you spread it among every county. Even then you have State, Federal, Independent Organizations, International, and Party monitors along with an army of statisticians and lawyers in every key states looking for anything. You would also have to some how manipulate the exit polling because any large statistical variation from that would be a red flag. So pretty much zero chance that anybody could change a national election.

Of course you can not even take what Trump says seriously when he says he will not accept the results unless he wins. When the election is over and he lost he will say, i was just joking only stupid people manipulated by the media think I was really saying the election was rigged.

Except presidents are chosen by electoral votes, which is done by the electoral college, and the state votes don't matter at all. State votes are what are referred to as the popular vote, which we've seen time and time again doesn't matter. You can win the popular vote and still lose the election because the electoral college disagrees with the popular vote. So in order to rig an election, all you have to do is rig the E.C. -- which is extremely easy to do, when the E.C. is controlled by the elite. This is how Bush Jr. won -- he lost the popular vote -- they announced John Kerry as president, and then the next day took it away and gave it to Bush Jr. citing electoral college votes.

But yeah -- you totally have it figured out.....

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