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captrespect t1_isv5rje wrote

Until you have actual evidence of this you are just spouting paranoid conspiracy theories.

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Advanced-Guard-4468 t1_isva7qn wrote

There was someone in Philly that was arrested and doing time for voter fraud? Is it enough to overturn an election? Who knows but to think it doesn't exist is pretty ignorant of what takes place.

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framistan12 t1_isw680x wrote

To expect that there would be absolutely zero fraud in an election where thousands or millions of votes are cast would be naive. To demand that we add entire layer of rules and procedures that everyone must follow to a tee in order to thwart that one guy in Philadelphia is asinine.

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Advanced-Guard-4468 t1_iswza0d wrote

Yes, why put rules in place to prevent fraud, because none exists /s

That one person was responsible for hundreds of fraudulent ballots being cast. It wasn't just one or two.

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framistan12 t1_isxg4w5 wrote

You are referring to this? https://www.justice.gov/usao-edpa/pr/former-us-congressman-and-philadelphia-political-operative-pleads-guilty-election-fraud

That was fraud all right, but that was an inside job by someone on the election board to stuff ballot boxes. That was not Gramma forgetting to write a date on her mail-in ballot.

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Advanced-Guard-4468 t1_isxgnon wrote

If you look at my 1st post. Someone said voter fraud doesn't happen. It does and we should try to discourage it from happening. We never know about it until after the election.

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