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Another Dem Charged With Election Fraud – What Happened To Those ‘Super-Secure’ Elections?

How are so many Democrats caught doing something that 'can't be done'?

Wes Walker  |  November 21, 2023

Any time the right would bring up exactly the same issues about election security that the NYTimes raised in the 2012 cycle we get the same answer.

By now you have all heard it to, and can answer along with me: There’s nothing wrong with mail-in ballots. There is no election fraud. Biden won fair-and-square.

Or words to that effect.

Let’s pretend we take that answer at face value. What, then, are we supposed to do in the face of information that conflicts with that certainty?

What happens, for example, if a Democrat — or several Democrats — are caught cheating in elections when the race is between two blue contenders?

What should we conclude about the very same tactics employed by these indicted Democrats… should we be concerned about someone exploiting them in the general election?  .  .  .

https://clashdaily.com/2023/11/another-dem-charged-with-election-fraud-what-happened-to-those-super-secure-elections/
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From the article..

What should we conclude about the very same tactics employed by these indicted Democrats… should we be concerned about someone exploiting them in the general election?  .  .

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