Voter Fraud

A recent caustic speech by Donald Trump falsely accused the Democrats of voter fraud and using mail-in ballots to steal the election was condemned by members of Congress. While Trump’s assertions are unfounded, the process of scrutinizing ballots is flawed. The following are some examples of voter fraud, as well as the resulting consequences. Continue reading to learn how to prevent this from happening to you. Then, decide if Trump’s false claims have merit.

First, it is important to note that Dominion voting machines are very vulnerable to hacking. One video shows how easily a kid with a cell phone can hack into a voting machine. In addition to this, Dominion’s security measures are not sufficient to keep people from tampering with the voting system. Workers at Dominion were trained to add votes to their favorite candidate. In addition, the software allows a user to “drag” their vote to a candidate of their choice or throw it away.

Polling data are notoriously unreliable. Despite widespread claims of widespread voter fraud, these results are often inaccurate. Exit polls and pre-election polling data are not reliable enough to challenge the results. Even in cases of fraud, it is difficult to determine the source of a vote-counted document. However, many international election monitoring organizations have methods to validate disputed votes. These systems could have countered the baseless claims of the outgoing president, who has repeatedly called for the re-election of Donald Trump.

The Democrat election machine recorded votes of about 15,000 people. However, witnesses stated that some of these people walked into the voting booth believing they had already voted. Those witnesses also said that the machines assigned ballots to Rudy Giuliani and others who didn’t actually vote for him. This is one example of voter fraud. If you’re wondering if it’s worth investigating, here is a brief overview.

The populist Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa, congratulated Trump just before the election was called. However, he has since doubled down on conspiracy theories. He’s re-tweeted clips from Fox News, as well as claims of voter fraud. A son of the Slovenian Prime Minister Mart Helme also said there were election falsifications. Despite these allegations, Janez Jansa has made no attempt to clarify the truth.