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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
Why are you so afraid of an investigation? You would only be worried by it if you think there IS voter fraud.

Why would I be afraid of an investigation? As long as, this frivolous investigation doesn't cost the tax payers money have at it.
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.
 

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
When you have more votes than registered voters, it's voter fraud.

Show us where that happened.
It’s been posted on the board...are you lazy?
 
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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When did that happen?
 
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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
When you have more votes than registered voters, it's voter fraud.

Show us where that happened.
It’s been posted on the board...are you lazy?

Then you shouldn't have a problem posting it.
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When did that happen?

On November 5th around midnight:


And now you have postal workers swearing under oath that they were told to back date late mail in ballots.

It's the biggest fraud in American history. And the MSM is silent. Why? Because Trump isn't winning. If all this had happened to benefit Trump the lefties would be crying in their soup nonstop.
 

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
When you have more votes than registered voters, it's voter fraud.

Show us where that happened.
It’s been posted on the board...are you lazy?

Then you shouldn't have a problem posting it.
Or ...you can go read the multiple threads already in this board.
 
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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When did that happen?

On November 5th around midnight:


And now you have postal workers swearing under oath that they were told to back date late mail in ballots.

It's the biggest fraud in American history. And the MSM is silent. Why? Because Trump isn't winning. If all this had happened to benefit Trump the lefties would be crying in their soup nonstop.

Who is in charge of the Post Office?
 
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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
When you have more votes than registered voters, it's voter fraud.

Show us where that happened.
It’s been posted on the board...are you lazy?

Then you shouldn't have a problem posting it.
Or ...you can go read the multiple threads already in this board.

Or you can post your evidence of voter fraud or just keep pretending it was actually voter fraud.
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When that actually happens they might.
 

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The threshold identification of Ballots is turning out to be even bigger than originally anticipated. A very large number of Ballots are impacted. Stay tuned!

Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump)
November 9, 2020
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When that actually happens they might.

Already did. Proof given. People are swearing under oath.
 

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
Why are you so afraid of an investigation? You would only be worried by it if you think there IS voter fraud.

Why would I be afraid of an investigation? As long as, this frivolous investigation doesn't cost the tax payers money have at it.
What investigation would cost nothing? Youre dumb for thinking that is possible.
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.


Hell, I just heard its now 450,000 ballots with none for Trump! Only a jackass would defend that and say there's nothing to see. Only a jackass would turn a blind eye to reviewing an election to make sure it was HONEST. It's not a question of winning or losing. If we can't trust our elections, we don't have any rights.

Who in their right mind would oppose that unless they believe the election WAS rigged for Biden?

If we don't get this matter settled, there will be 71,000,000 people out there with no faith in their government who will never accept Biden as their president.
 

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Lindsey Graham, Ted Cruz back Trump's baseless claims of rigged election

When a bonehead like you goes out of your way to insert the DNC's favorite talking point despite knowing that the charges for fraud ARE JUST STARTING TO BE FILED TODAY along with the evidence, and that you have NO WAY yourself of assessing the validity of the charges at this point, you have revealed yourself to be just another partisan, Anti-American useful idiot talking out of your ass.

What is hilarious is dumb asses like you fall for the Trump bullshit every time. How many lawsuits has he already had thrown out.


It's not the suits that don't get fully accepted or tossed that matter, Badbreath, it is the ones that STICK. Like the one in PA where the state has just been ordered to segregate all the late votes from the legal ones.

Sorry Toobuttfreak, it's over. Time for Trump Humpers to take their ball and go home.

It's far from over.

I would wish that liberals are honest enough to say "130,000 ballots and none for Trump is sketchy, lets look into it."

But liberals have never really been an honest bunch.

When that actually happens they might.

Already did. Proof given. People are swearing under oath.

Lol...you keep telling yourself that.
 

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
Why are you so afraid of an investigation? You would only be worried by it if you think there IS voter fraud.

Why would I be afraid of an investigation? As long as, this frivolous investigation doesn't cost the tax payers money have at it.
It would certainly cost way less than the mueller investigation into a known fake dossier.
 

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Sens. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) supported a number of President Trump's unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud and election corruption on Fox News' "Hannity" on Wednesday night.

Why it matters: A number of Republicans, including top Trump adviser Chris Christie, have rebuked the president for failing to provide evidence for his claims that Democrats are "stealing" the election. Graham and Cruz, two of the most prominent Republicans in the Senate, are sticking by Trump.

Fact check: Both Cruz and Graham claimed that partisan election observers in Philadelphia were being denied access to observe the counting of ballots there, though that was not the Trump campaign's original complaint.

  • The campaign complained that its observers could not get close enough to see whether mail-in ballot envelopes had signatures along with eligible voters’ names and addresses, according to AP.
  • On Wednesday, a Philadelphia lower court ruled that both Republican and Democratic poll watchers would both be allowed within six feet of ballot-counting at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, rather than the previous 20-foot perimeter,
  • The big picture:Graham, who just won re-election Tuesday in what was expected to be one of the most competitive races of his Senate career, told Hannity that "everything should be on the table" when asked whether the Pennsylvania State Legislature should invalidate the delegates that the states’ voters selected.
    • He added that he is donating $500,000 to the president's defense team to support Trump's pledge to continue fighting to have ballots thrown out in court.
    • Cruz, meanwhile, said that the Justice Department, state legislatures and possibly the Supreme Court could get involved in the election if voting laws are not followed.



These 2 ass clowns just keep making fools out of themselves. Remember when Trump was running for President in 2016 what they were saying about him. Now they are kissing his ass.

Footage of Graham blasting Trump as a “jackass,” “kook,” “crazy” and “unfit for office” before the 2016 election is juxtaposed with clips of him later lavishing praise on the president, even calling for him to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.

Ted Cruz on Tuesday unloaded on Donald Trump, accusing him during a news conference of being a "pathological liar," "utterly amoral," "a narcissist at a level I don't think this country's ever seen" and "a serial philanderer."
"He is proud of being a serial philanderer ... he describes his own battles with venereal diseases as his own personal Vietnam," Cruz said, citing a decades-old Trump appearance on "The Howard Stern Show."

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, a fierce opponent of Trump, tweeted, "Any doubt left Trump is completely unhinged? His assertion Ted Cruz's father was associated with Lee Harvey Oswald should remove ALL doubt."

Man how time changes.
All of the corrupt senators who backed trump during the impeachment are beneath contempt.
Said the spider to the flies.
 

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