Trump's voter fraud assertion is based on these three things

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  1. MadeTheSwitch, Jan 27, 2017
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    Wow. What a BSer. You don't have to check what you know to be right. First he states the 3 million people number like it is a fact, then he says he has to go verify it. Either it is a fact or it is not. He talks out of both sides of his mouth.

    And "when the time is right" crap is the same vague nonsense that Trump and his supporters said about his Hawaiian investigators. And wow...his numbers aren't even based on certified results. Sounds like smoke and mirrors at this point.

    If you "need more time" then don't make the claim in the first place.
     
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    The order of operations is the funniest part:

    Trump is so insecure about the fact that he lost the popular vote that his fragile little ego can't handle it, and he starts looking for excuses and explanations anywhere.

    German golfer tells Trump that he tried to illegally vote (Trump doesn't care when it's his buddy doing it), but while he was there trying to illegally vote he saw people that "look as if they should [not] be allowed to vote." Trump then starts naming random South American countries to guess. Love it, good ol' boys golf club racism.

    Then Trump tells the above story to a bunch of guys in a "confidential" meeting. This is confirmed first-hand by a few individual people there. At this meeting, Trump uses the story as a justification for his crazy illegal voting conspiracy theory.

    Then later, the media presses Trump on the illegal voting conspiracy theory by saying if it was true then why isn't there a massive investigation? So Trump promises to start a huge massive investigation.

    So Trump concocts a conspiracy theory in his head to explain why he lost the popular vote, cites a probably untrue story his golf buddy told him, and then is baited by the media into making US policy based on his conspiracy theory.

    Let that sink in --> this geriatric nut case went from wild conspiracy theory to national policy in the blink of an eye. The media flamed the matter, of course, but still.

    Someone tell Trump that 9/11 was an inside job organized by the Comcast. At least we can try to channel Trump's lunacy to something we all agree is bad.
     
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    Donnie is giving you a taste of your own medicine. You lied about Russia interfering with the election so now he makes up voter fraud. If you hit, he will hit you harder.
     
  5. samcraig thread starter macrumors P6

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    Completely illogical.
     
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    If the voter fraud "investigation" moves forward than maybe Trump will shut the **** up about it. But I doubt it.
     
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    Trump is clearly mentally ill. His proof of voter fraud is based on anecdotal gossip and some nutty conspiracy theorist unwilling to show us his so called evidence. Trump really should be in a mental hospital. Next, someone is going to send out a tweet claiming they have proof that aliens from another galaxy came to earth to commit voter fraud and Trump will undoubtably want to launch an investigation.
     
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    Unfortunately believing in conspiracy theories is not enough to be deemed mentally ill by itself.
     
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    More and more truths about our voting system are emerging as this gains traction.

    Here's a good one in California. Mail in or online registration. If the user leaves the US Citizen field BLANK, that is they don't choose Yes or No, the state processes the form as if they answered YES! If they answer NO, they send a bingo card confirming that the person meant NO, giving them another chance to say yes...

    These rules are in the state rules for voter registration guidelines, which you are welcome to read online if you don't believe me.

    In VA, a Soros funded legal challenge blocked the use of the federal alien registration database - SAVE - to check voter roles for illegals... Why would they do that?

    Dems have been defrauding votes for decades. Clearly they will fight so that they are not exposed.

    This will be a fun investigation for sure.
     
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    Yeah but we want an outsider!!!! Someone who will stick up for us!!! Protect us from missing emails, and will have our best interests in mind. So far it sounds like we the people are going to pay for the wall, will continue to pay FHA loan fees making a mortgage more expensive, corporations will get tax breaks, and millions may go without insurance. If we do get insurance it will be less comprehensive.

    Good thing we have a bunch of Goldman Sachs guys who have shown so much empathy and consideration for the middle class. They are leading the way, right? Pipelines are full speed ahead, and we are just getting started. Ethics violations and conflicts of interest seem like a distant memory at this point.

    Yup we sure are headed in the right direction. Cant wait for more tweets. That should keep the sheep distracted for a while longer.

    I am beginning to think the wall is to keep us from getting out! What's the best way to keep the herd paying taxes? Keep em corralled.
     
  11. MadeTheSwitch macrumors 6502a

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    That's quite a bold claim. Source or retraction please.
     
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    Well, logic of a 7 year old throwing a tantrum. Is that really what his support base expects?
     
  14. Cox Orange, Jan 28, 2017
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    He is just a four year old.

    It doesn't fit his world view, that he only won "slightly", because everyone loves the Donald, so he should have won by 99% like in good old USSR, so he believes there is voter fraud going on. How can it be otherwise that he didn't win a landslide?


    ... and for him it doesn't matter that it is illogical that they would oppose the greens counting the votes again and then wanting the same. It doesn't come to his mind that their is a contradiction.
     

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