Voting fraud seems to have a big role in the alleged passage same sex marriage bills in four U.S. states last week. Flies in the face of trends that for the first time that such a bill passes in a U.S. state, it passes in all four of them. Messing with the votes is the only thing that explains this.
...and explains a lot of things going wrong...
They were fairly liberal states. And it isn’t the first time an amendment failed, Arizona failed to pass one (then passed another one two years later).
If you look at when all the amendments passed, by how much, and if the state tended to be liberal or conservative, it isn’t that surprising, in my opinion. For instance, liberal Hawaii passed its amendment by 69% in 98 at the start of the process, while fairly conservative NC passed its amendment by 61% in 2012 and was hailed as some sort of great victory. But it wasnt even an issue 30 years ago—if you would have told someone in 1982 that only 61% of voters in NC thought ‘gay marriage’ was impossible, they would have thought you were completely wacked.