KOMMONSENTSJANE – A history of ‘rigged’ US elections. BY: © blogfactory.

Reblogged on kommonsentsjane/blogkommonsents.

We must work toward solving this problem by going back to paper ballots which are accountable with a photo ID and fingerprint. The Democrats are against this because it keeps them from cheating.

We must do this for the sanity and honesty of our souls. The people who we are dealing with in today’s world – the Democratic Party are not honest.as is proved in this blog.


© blogfactory

The battle over Florida ripped a veil off a dysfunctional system .

Over the past 16 years – ever since the epic, 36-day presidential showdown in Florida in 2000 that was resolved not by a full recount of the votes, but by a supreme court split along partisan lines – accusations of vote-rigging and out-and-out theft have become increasingly common among partisans on both sides, and the electoral process has become ever more politicized, rancorous and fraught with mistrust.

Opinion polls suggested that Trump’s charges of a “rigged election” have struck a nerve: 41% of voters believe him when he says the election could be stolen, according to one survey. More than two-thirds of all Republicans believe that if Hillary Clinton is declared the winner, it will be because of illegal voting or vote-rigging, according to another.

Eight years before Trump ever publicly uttered the words “rigged…

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