Think about this for a minute: the Princeton Election Consortium - which aggregates all polling - has accurately called the last three electrons and this time around, the predictions were dead accurate.
The polling showed how people *said* they would vote, and the actual returns show how they *actually voted*.
If there had been vote fraud on a scale sufficient to swing the election, the stolen votes would *have* to be evident as a difference between the intended and actual vote.
There is no such difference. (This is not to say there was no fraud, but rather that fraud was not sufficient to change the outcome).
Now, there is no harm in ignoring this evidence, if it makes someone feel better.
But there is a lot of harm done if the belief causes someone to believe that they will get a different result by doing the same thing next time, if only they can eliminate voter fraud.
At least in Allen West’s case it lookd like ffffrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaauuuuud!