Over in the normal, reality-based part of America, the virtual nonexistence of voter fraud is as settled an issue as gravity.
Donald Trump says there's 'substantial evidence of voter fraud.' There isn't.From The Brennan Center:
Studies Agree: Impersonation Fraud by Voters Very Rarely HappensFrom U.S. News & World Report:
Trump Panel Finds No Voter FraudCourt filings show that in spite of the president’s claim that millions of people voted illegally, his recently disbanded commission found no evidence of voter fraud.Meanwhile, over in the Fox News Creep Feed Pen, this is what America's reprogrammable Republican meatbags are hearing:
If you really cared about representative democracy, you'd be vigilant about stopping voter fraud. Instead the left actively abets it. What progressives really care about is power. They hate the fact you took some of theirs by voting for Trump. They want it back. By any means.— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) March 28, 2018
So, Mr. Sensible Centrist Person, what exactly is the reasonable, compromise-y midpoint between the positions of fact-based grownups and the paranoid delusions of propaganda-powered Republican imbeciles on this and a hundred other critical issues facing our democracy?
Behold, a Tip Jar!