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Confession to fraud is abetting crime.

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Submitted by Steve (United States), Nov 11, 2020 at 18:49

Your opinion that the President should concede while votes are still being counted and while fraud is being investigated it tantamount to accepting fraud and permitting it in the future. The election isn't even certified yet. The idea that looking noble in the face of your opponents' crimes and assault upon the President and his supporters is more important than following the law is worse than foolish, it is defeatist.

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That is not what I wrote. Read it again, please.

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