Skip to comments.The 2 ways Russia may have helped Trump steal the election aren't what you think
Posted on 07/15/2018 6:40:44 PM PDT by Libloather
The Russia-interference-was-no-big-deal crowd also clings to the fact theres no evidence of the greatest fear when it comes to election stealing that hackers accessed electronic voting systems on election night and changed vote totals to hand the contest to Trump.
And yet buried beneath the headlines on Fridays indictments were two largely new revelations that dramatically elevated the possibility that Russian meddling wasnt just morally and criminally wrong but actually went a long way toward snatching victory away from Clinton and handed it to Trump on Election Day.
Hacking of state voter rolls.
The theft of Democratic analytics.
(Excerpt) Read more at philly.com ...
At some point it will be Bush’s fault....
Here’s hoping the DNC goes down in flames for at least the next 6 years. They are run by scum who need to be in jail, not in high office.
From whom did Trump allegedly steal the election?
The election of a president does not belong to anyone.
The entire premise is flawed.
2 - They doubled the dosage 10 years ago.
first of all, the whole story is many paragraphs of breathless reporting about something someone imagined could have possibly happened.
but, ultimately, if you’re worried about voter rolls, implement voter id. problem solved.
...It could take a decade for the hopium to wear off...
They are entirely addicted to Hopium, have lost touch with reality, and are having Psychotic episodes.
. Not even a decade will do it.
Steal it? Oh, from some philly fish wrapper.
If there was ANY meddling, it was from Mexico, and the votes went to Hillary. Most from states where photo ID are not required.
well it’s completely delusional, but not because the verb “steal” isn’t completely suited to describe the idea.
after all, elections are “stolen” in the third world every month.
it’s possible to dismiss the howlingly insane and somewhat traitorous notion that trump stole an election without having to deny that stealing elections is possible. that’s just a weird idea.
Guilty and conspiracy by innuendo. Wait and watch them want to use such a method should “impeachment” ever be within their reach.
Everything in the article is coulda, coulda, coulda - so, to them, “likely” did.
Ill wager the writer objects strongly to paper ballots and voter photo ID requirement.
They thought they were going to win.
The only answer to them, then is
A) They were wrong (impossible - because they’re the smartest people on Earth).
B) People voted against Hillary (impossible - because she’s the smartest woman on Earth) or
C) The election was “stolen.”
They really have no choice but to believe this, since any other position would damage their fragile little egos and maybe make them examine their upside-down world view.
Pure unadulterated crap from a leftist blind to truth.
So what happened to all the babies snatched from their moms at the border? It’s Russia, Russia, Russia Time again!
Here is all you need to know: “ Its not been shown that this actually happened. . . .”
And I say the same damn thing, Mexico gave 80 million to US politicians manly Democrats, and every time it is brought up they dismiss it, this whole interference is a bs smoke screen.
An’ Hillary didn’t never steal nothin’ from nobody, no Haitian aid, no primary, no national security documents, nuttin’...
the way i heard it was the Russians hypnotized Hillary into not campaigning in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, spending all her money on TV ads instead of utilizing the full potential of social media ads like Brad Parscale did, announced that half the voters in the nation were a basket of deporables because we were racist, misogynist xenophobes, collapsed during a 9/11 memorial and had to tossed into her van like a sack of potatoes and then lied about why, made few public appearances until late in the campaign, and then gave REALLY uninspiring, boring, content-free speeches ... oh yeah, and convinced her to use illegal email servers for classified information to avoid FOIA requests ...
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