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US Officials: Russian Hackers Could Spread Online Rumors Of Voter Fraud
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PotMeetsKettle
PotMeetsKettle,
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10/26/2016 | 11:09:16 AM
Or....
We could rely on the current and verified reports to date of not just voter fraud but, let's call it "Machine Fraud".

 

No paper ballot is an excellent way to alter the outcome of an election.

 

Especially when the polling volunteers go "well, that's been happening a lot".

 

Sounds more than suspicious...criminal, in my IANAL eyes.

 

 


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