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Ok. So because Hillary was a 4:1 favorite going into election night in 2016 and Trump won, does that mean there must be fraud.
Bevin had his own problems, that is why he lost.
originally posted by: underwerks
Believe it or not people are voting Democratic. Even in places like Kentucky.
Scary thought I know.
originally posted by: ElectricUniverse
Just weeks before the Kentucky election, 175,000 purged voters were put back on the registration rolls after the Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear sued to have the inactive voters reinstated. A new recorded phone call with the Kentucky Board of Elections office with a journalist named Tore, evidences that her and her immigrant husband, who is ineligible to vote, were placed on the Kentucky voter rolls as registered Democrats. Only problem is, Tore and her husband haven't lived in the state Kentucky for years and both of them have never registered as Democrats. Tore was concerned about her husbands immigration status and how the apparent election fraud could impact his ability to remain in the United States.
Knowing how close the Kentucky election was, with only a few thousand votes needed for the Republican incumbent to have won, now we find out that there was fraud in the Kentucky elections with at least 175,000 votes being put back in registration after a lawsuit made by Democrat challenger Attorney General Andy Beshear.
What's more a Republican journalist, Tore, found out that she and her immigrant husband were registered as Democrats and being able to vote in Kentucky despite the fact that they haven't lived for years in Kentucky, despite the fact that she is a Republican, and despite the fact that her legal immigrant husband is inelegible to vote.
You can listen to the phone call between the journalist, Tore, with the Kentucky Board of Elections office in the video.
Debunking Lindeman’s claims starts with her and her husband’s voter registration information, which are public records. Their Kentucky registration forms show that both checked the box for Democrat when they registered to vote in Fayette County in 2008. Her husband, who Lindeman claims is not a citizen, also signed the form in 2008, which requires signers to attest they are a U.S. citizen. Lying on the form carries a penalty of fines or jail time of up to 12 months. The couple, records show, have never removed themselves from the rolls or changed their registration status until Nov. 8 of this year, which is when she began tweeting.