I wonder why this article fails to mention the voter fraud committed by Democrats, that is being…
Tim Moore

I don’t understand how anyone could make a case for voter fraud in this particular state. Senator Burr, a Republican, won reelection with a 6 point margin. Trump won the state with almost a 4 point margin. Why on earth would Democrats use voter fraud for a fairly inconsequential gubernatorial race, and not for control of the Senate or the White House, both of which carry much more weight on a national scale?

Personally I’m a conservative, and would be perfectly fine with McCrory winning, but he’s grasping at straws by suggesting that fraud is what lost him the race. He made a deeply unpopular decision for a state that does not lean as heavily evangelical as it used to. It is absolutely realistic that he could lose fair and square for doing so.

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