Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election


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Offline Joe Elliott

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
« Reply #16 on: January 26, 2023, 05:15:11 PM »

. . .They didn't vote in previous election even before there was a pandemic.   Why did they vote in margins of 70-90% for the same candidate?  It was the result of ballot harvesting among young people and minority communities that was enable by the false pretext that voting in person was too risky.  That explains the statistical outliers of the 2020 election.  And it is good cause for concern.

The voting percentages were higher in 2020 than any other Presidential election since 1900 because, feeling tired at the end of the day, having car problems, discouraged by seeing lines at their polling places, having to work late, starting to come down with a cold, having to deal with a sick child, did not prevent a person's vote from being cast, if they had already mailed their ballot in. So much for that mystery.

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
« Reply #16 on: January 26, 2023, 05:15:11 PM »


Online Richard Smith

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
« Reply #17 on: January 26, 2023, 05:40:51 PM »
The voting percentages were higher in 2020 than any other Presidential election since 1900 because, feeling tired at the end of the day, having car problems, discouraged by seeing lines at their polling places, having to work late, starting to come down with a cold, having to deal with a sick child, did not prevent a person's vote from being cast, if they had already mailed their ballot in. So much for that mystery.

You believe that tens of millions of new votes can be attributed to voters who were too "tired" or "had car problems" that kept them from voting in prior elections?  LOL.  What a coincidence that all these tired folks voted in overwhelming numbers for the same candidate.  Suppose the Republicans had changed the voting laws in significant ways just before the election in ways that increased the typical voting pattern by tens of millions of votes almost all of which went to Trump and that was the difference in the election?  Imagine the outcry. 

Offline Joe Elliott

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
« Reply #18 on: January 27, 2023, 12:45:33 AM »

You believe that tens of millions of new votes can be attributed to voters who were too "tired" or "had car problems" that kept them from voting in prior elections?  LOL.  What a coincidence that all these tired folks voted in overwhelming numbers for the same candidate.  Suppose the Republicans had changed the voting laws in significant ways just before the election in ways that increased the typical voting pattern by tens of millions of votes almost all of which went to Trump and that was the difference in the election?  Imagine the outcry.

Yes I do. If 100 million intend to vote in person, it's quite believable that only 80 million will vote. And some of them weren't that tired. They just decided, what the hell. You of all people should understand how easy it is to give up on Democracy.

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
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Online Richard Smith

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Re: Evidence of Serious Election Fraud in the 2020 Election
« Reply #19 on: January 27, 2023, 02:10:05 PM »
Yes I do. If 100 million intend to vote in person, it's quite believable that only 80 million will vote. And some of them weren't that tired. They just decided, what the hell. You of all people should understand how easy it is to give up on Democracy.

We could have 100% voter turnout if someone filled out the ballots and cast them for people who wouldn't otherwise vote.  That is not promoting "democracy" but the opposite.  All voting should be in person absent some compelling reason like military service.  It is not a strenuous task.  Aren't you concerned that someone might be too tired to seal the envelope on their mail in ballot or get a paper cut and bleed to death?

 

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