Election fraud: no one knows how bad it really is
What if the “big lie” was in fact the truth? And the really big lie was about the “big lie”?
That’s what Democrats and the Left Counter do when you dare to talk about the 2020 election (too bad for love, tolerance and inclusion)
But if the election was legitimate, as they try to believe, then why is it important for someone to question it? Seriously. Not only do they get mad about it, but they go out of their way to use words like “fake” or “big lie”.
For the record, not only is electoral fraud truly legitimate, it is very much alive in our country.
According to the Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database, 1,328 cases of electoral fraud are currently ongoing in our country. And Texas AG Ken Paxton recently said electoral fraud cases here in Texas were at an all time high.
John Malcom, vice president of the Heritage Foundation, told KTRH: “We unfortunately have a lot of vulnerability and lax laws in our states, and our electoral lists in these states are in very bad shape,” he said. said, adding: “So, unfortunately, voter fraud is a relatively easy crime to commit and very difficult to catch after the fact.”
As bad as it sounds, Democrats would fundamentally have failure and complete control over all future elections, if they pass their controversial HR 1 bill.
“It’s an 800-page bill and it’s filled with all kinds of provisions,” Malcom said. “I think we should be very concerned about this, a very broad and totally unwarranted and in some cases unconstitutional takeover of our elections by the federal government.”
If Democrats pass HR 1, we won’t have to worry about voter fraud. Or elections.