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Don’t Point to Voter Registration Fraud, or Absentee Ballot Fraud, to Defend Trump’s Irresponsible Vote-Rigging Claims

Yesterday I posted Trump’s Irresponsible Vote-Rigging Statements Literally Putting Our Democracy at Risk, in which I argued that Trump is undermining our faith in democracy itself by making irresponsible claims the election could be rigged through voter impersonation fraud and urging … Continue reading ?
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