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originally posted by: UKTruth
originally posted by: introvert
a reply to: UKTruth
It is voter fraud. Anything that tricks voters into doing something that invalidates or changes their vote is voter fraud. In California the report and documentation was that polling office workers were trained to hand out the wrong form.
So it was bad training, not fraud.
I disagree with you on your point about waiting till something goes wrong - all preparations should be made to ensure nothing goes wrong. That is the only thing that is logical. Waiting till corrupt people are caught is a passive position that encourages corruption.
Prepare all you like. But do not forget the old saying "if it's not broke, don't fix it". At this point, it's not broke.
The side that loses the election is not going to accept the result.
Ok, but only one side is going to cry fraud and create conspiracies around it.
It's already proven that Clinton cheated to get the nomination too. The DNC primaries were a fraud from the start.
What does that have to do with the integrity of the general election?
The options now are to stoke the fire or work on unifying against corrupt govt. You are clearly choosing to stoke the fire. But be careful what you wish for.
Fire? What fire?
Perhaps those are the only options you see when you cannot look past the end of your own nose.
Your 'move along, nothing to see' attitude is already well noted and understood. Like I said, not surprised. It is fairly typical of people who accept corruption as long as it goes their way. I find the same type of people scream and cry the loudest when it doesn't go their way, though. I doubt I will be surprised by you when that time comes.