Tuesday, December 20, 2016

The Final Count

The hackers that weren't?
The only silver lining for Democrats’ hacking hysteria was Morning Consult’s conclusion that “despite doubts over whether the intelligence assessments are accurate, a plurality (45 percent) said it was important to raise questions about the democratic process and the accuracy of the 2016 election because of possible voter fraud or tampering by a foreign government. Thirty-four percent said it was dangerous and could lead to widespread mistrust in the electoral process.”

However, that answer includes all forms of election mischief, including the kind of voter fraud Democrats loudly insist we should not be worried about. That 45 percent level of agreement that questions should be raised about the democratic process will dissolve very quickly, the moment someone asks a specific question, or proposes a remedy.
One person's fraud is another's fake vote...

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