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Voter fraud is near non-existent and YOU need to prove this supposed widespread voter fraud. That has been my entire narrative on this stupid voter fraud story.
QUESTIONER: I would just like to know what you can say to reassure us that this election will not be rigged or stolen?
SEN. BARACK OBAMA: Well, I tell you what, it helps in Ohio that we’ve got Democrats in charge of the machines. But, look, I come from Chicago. Some want to be honest, it is not as if it is just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have, too.
You know, whenever people are in power, they have this tendency to try to, you know, tilt things in their direction. That’s why we have got to have, I believe, of voting rights division in the Justice Department that is non-partisan and that is serious about investigating cases of voter fraud, is serious about making sure the people are not being discouraged to vote.
That is why the voting rights legislation that was put in place a couple years ago to help the county clerks to make sure the machines were in place that were needed are important. That is why we need paper trails on these new electronic machines, so that you actually have something that you can hang on to after you punched that letter to make sure it has not been hacked into.
I mean, those are all part of the process of making sure that our democracy works for everyone. And one of the great things about this election has been all the interest that has been taken in this election. I mean, when I spoke Thursday night, there were more of yours then watched the finals of “American Idol.” Now that is big. That’s big. That’s big.
And I hope a lot of people are watching the Republican convention. I want people to have information. Then I want to make sure that our democracy is working the way it should be. And this is near and dear to my heart because when I was a lawyer, I practiced voting rights law. And I filed a lot of lawsuits.
In Illinois, I helped to make sure that you could go ahead and get registered at driver’s license facilities – at the DMV. So I’ve been working on this for a long time. I think the more people participate, the more they are paying attention ultimately, the better off everybody is.
Immediately then-Ohio Republican Party chairman Bob Bennett cried foul. Bennett issued a statement accusing Obama of “vote-rigging” and attacked then-Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner by accusing her of “meddling” with the state’s elections system.
originally posted by: Kalixi
a reply to: eisegesis
The psy-ops are getting out of hand.
Let's keep everyone mesmerised by the skimpy Russian assistant doing a fan dance while the Great Magician Hillary leaps..(errr faints) down the trap door!
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: eisegesis
He's totally right. The media is hyping up Russia as the boogeyman so blatantly lately. Do people really eat it up that easily? I'm pretty sure most of the people in my close circle see through this BS, but the general public does not?
originally posted by: Krazysh0tOnly fools would believe the election would be rigged with how badly Trump is currently polling. Poll: Most see a Hillary Clinton victory and a fair count ahead
originally posted by: eisegesis The narrative is now official and the media is ready to repeat the lie. I'm not sure if I'm beating a dead horse at this point and I apologize if the original Reuters article has been already posted. I couldn't find it. While the mainstream media continues to collude with and shelter the Democratic nominee, articles like this are worth repeating.The only narrative being invented here is YOUR narrative that any uncovered election fraud is legit election fraud.
Almost 7 in 10 voters nationwide say they think Hillary Clinton will win the presidency next month, but most say that if that happens, Donald Trump will not accept the results and concede, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. Americans overall are more confident that the nation's votes for president will be cast and counted accurately this year than they were in 2008. Whatever the outcome, however, nearly 8 in 10 say that once all the states have certified their vote counts, the losing candidate has an obligation to accept the results and concede to the winner. Expectations that the Democratic Party's presidential nominee will win are widespread and growing. The 68% who say they expect a Clinton win now is up from 59% around Labor Day and 55% back in June just after the primaries ended. Republicans and Trump supporters are the sole groups, among which less than half think Clinton will ultimately win.
originally posted by: carewemust
If it wasn't for the WikiLeaked e-mails demonstrating how Hillary is cheating, by tampering with polls and people, there would be no talk of Russians doing anything to influence our election(s). Get BUSTED... DEFLECT to Russia. (DOJ, FBI, Clinton, Obama) are one in the same when discussing this election.
originally posted by: Kalixi
I wondered why Hillary kept harping on about Russia over the last couple of weeks, when Russia had nothing to do with anything.
originally posted by: jellyrev
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Anyone see those wikileaks where they talk about oversampling polls. A 37 page guide on how to do this. A type of propaganda.
Krazyshot is buying it, hook line and sinker. Fun to watch