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When US voters are 50%-50%, even small election shenanegans can steal an election.

Reader comment on item: "Republican Mob" Was Once an Oxymoron, Now It's a Reality
in response to reader comment: Regarding the election

Submitted by Hal (United States), Jan 24, 2021 at 09:30

When US voters are virtually 50% Republican and 50% Democrat, then even relatively small amounts of election fraud are enough to steal an election.

There was enough evidence of voter fraud to warrant concern, nevermind the novel abuse of mail-in ballots and the untested switch to electronic voting machines.

Voters needed the justice system to professionally investigate the extent of the fraud, in order to restore voter confidence in the US government.

Unfortunately, the justice system itself was too often partisan, becoming part of the suspicion of fraud.

Conspiracies between Big Tech oligarchs and Democrat Party officials to prevent investigation of any fraud, only intensified suspicion.

Even now, the Democrat Party domination of all branches of government must review the integrity of the election system. Restore confidence!

Because if US voters cannot trust the election system, the horrific alternative would be violence and civil war, as was the custom of all nations before modern democracies.

Voters must be able to trust the election process!

Future lives depend on our confidence in the election process.


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