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Is it OK to cheat to win?

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Submitted by Steven Katz (United States), Nov 10, 2020 at 13:20

Apparently Mr. Pipes thinks that concession is desired even if your opponent cheated to win. Many Americans, such as this one, don't think it's appropriate since more legal cases are being brought daily.

Further, as I've pointed out to others, the media (in this case a VERY biased one) does not decide the election. That is up to the Electoral College which meets Dec. 14th. Then, and ONLY then, will a winner be declared.

Go read the constitution and your history books to learn why it exists.

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Go read my article: "President Trump is absolutely entitled to pursue every legal avenue – including recounts and lawsuits – to assure his full rights."

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