There was NO voter suppression.
Diana Grazia

I’m sorry, but “the rules are the rules” is not a valid argument. The fact is we have the worst-ranked elections out of every long-standing democracy. We have a system that opens itself to fraud and voter manipulation consistently. Almost every other democracy has a strict system with paper ballots hand counted in public (or with each candidates’ representatives there), and frankly, theirs work much better.

If Hillary Clinton didn’t commit electoral fraud, then why are you opposed to independent audits and investigations occurring? At the very least, all voters will be satisfied that the electoral results are verifiable, and we can continue with our elections; in the more likely scenario, electoral fraud will be found, and the results will now be more accurate. Any candidate found cheating extensively should be disqualified immediately. Blocking that from being investigated is blocking honesty and transparency in our democracy.

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