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Voter fraud in Nevada
Posted by: deckeda
Date: October 22, 2021 09:15PM
Yes it was voter fraud but not done to just get an extra vote. No, that's small thinking.

- man's wife dies in 2017
- man's dead wife has ballot issued in her name and is returned with a matching signature Oct. 2020

- man goes before media to express his supreme disappoint in this happening

- man's story gets hoisted up by right-wing histrionics as example of rampant fraud

- man is charged with perpetrating that fraud, for which he looks forward to responding to in court.

Did you catch that? It's not merely that "a Republican" got caught committing voter fraud. That isn't the story here. It's that he essentially offered up his dead wife's identity for the purposes of the Republican Party to promote far and wide as evidence of fraud. This guy's a little more than your garden-variety acolyte. His company helped setup a Trump rally.

The voter-fraud allegation that perfectly captures the post-2020 Republican Party -- Philip Bump

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/22/2021 09:15PM by deckeda.
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Re: Voter fraud in Nevada
Posted by: pdq
Date: October 23, 2021 08:15AM
Thanks for posting - as I posted here (with another example) it seems to me that most cases of intentional voter fraud are committed by Republicans.
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