Republicans ‘Test’ For Voting Fraud, Wind Up In Custody

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    Perhaps these people were martyrs for the right, to prove that in person voting abuse exists.
     
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    And another Republican caught by the system in New Mexico.

    New Mexico Police Investigate Possible In-Person Voter Fraud | TPMMuckraker

    Perhaps they ought to put up those billboards about voter fraud in white suburbs.
     
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    Seems a tad suspicious to me...

    Just sayin'... :dunno:
     
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    Although not representative of republicans in general, this is nonetheless indicative of how wide-spread the myth of ‘voter fraud’ is among republican ranks.
     
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    If it wasn't for voter fraud, the GOP would never win an election.
     
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    I bet the cost of just lawyering up will cost each about $10,000. I don't want to waste prison space on them, but sentencing them to a few hundred hours of community service at some soup kitchens might open their eyes a bit.
     
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    It takes a liberal to think that working in a soup kitchen helping the less fortunate is some form of punishment.

    No wonder you guys are so fucked up.
     
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    It's not a punishment.....It's a learning experience.

    Truthfully? I think the fucker ought to lose his voting privileges for life.....and yes, I'd be saying the same damned thing if it were a Dem.
     
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    I agree with you, REGARDLESS of party affiliation.
     

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