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originally posted by: circuitsports
Below are current, historical and definitions of types of voter fraud
[This is a PDF file]
originally posted by: DAVID64
The thing is, the Left doesn't care how they win.
For years, even before Trump, Conservatives were being labeled as White Nationalists, Fascists, etc. They look down on us as if we were a disease that needs to be cured... or "re educated" at the very least.
Never, EVER forget their slogan. "By Any Means Necessary"
...and they mean ANY.
originally posted by: AaarghZombies
a reply to: circuitsports
Evidence if an accusation is not the same as evidence of a crime.
Have you heard the phrase Follow the Money?
In order to conduct fraud on the scale claimed you'd need million of dollars just to bribe people, let alone do the actual fraud. Well, fellow the money and it goes... Nowhere.
Because this fraud apparently was done for free, because no trace has yet been found of who is funding it or where the money is going. The most likely answer is that there is no money because there is no fraud.
Facebook magnate Mark Zuckerberg and his wife gave a nonprofit $400 million to pay election workers, train poll workers and rent polling locations for the Nov. 3 vote in various states.
The Zuckerbergs’ largesse is an unprecedented private expenditure on a process long held to be an exclusively public operation and has spurred at least nine lawsuits challenging the effort by the Center for Tech and Civil Life.
“We’ve invited billionaires into the counting room and it will undermine the integrity of our elections. It’s unprecedented,” said Phill Kline, director of the Amistad Project, an initiative started by the conservative Thomas More Society to defend civil liberties.