Issues on the table might include the lack of voter ID laws in some states, although it would be a tough hill to climb. In August the Supreme Court struck down a North Carolina law that required IDs to vote, agreeing with the U.S. Justice Department's claim that it put minorities at a disadvantage. … [Read more...] about Donald doubles down: Trump says he WILL ‘totally accept’ election results – if HE wins!
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The billionaire has also been pushing the idea that the electoral process is 'rigged' - something that his running mate Mike Pence and Speaker Paul Ryan have rejected. … [Read more...] about Clinton gets NINE point lead in poll ahead of Las Vegas showdown – and she is winning among men now too
'Absentee voting has the word absent in it for a reason. It means you're absent from the jurisdiction or unable to vote in person. President Trump is against the Democrat plan to politicize the coronavirus and expand mass mail-in voting without a reason, which has a high propensity for voter fraud. This is a simple distinction that the media fails to grasp,' she said in a statement. … [Read more...] about Revealed: White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany used absentee ballot in EVERY election since 2010 – despite calling mail-in ballots prone to fraud
All this was based on a government policy decision, that such blanket controls were vital to avert a disaster. Such trust is an inherent feature of stable western democracies. It is notable that, during the pandemic, faith in elected leaders has been equally strong where they have pursued lockdown as where they have not, as in Sweden. The message is clear. Democrats naturally trust elected governments in time of stress, irrespective of the policy. … [Read more...] about Britain’s double shame: coronavirus deaths and economic collapse