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Trump campaign responds to Jim Acosta’s request for evidence of voter fraud

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Nothing the Democrats like better than a big lie. The bigger, the better.

Voter fraud is rampant (scroll here).

Trump campaign responds to Jim Acosta’s request for evidence of voter fraud

“Democrats and the mainstream media always scoff at claims of voter fraud but then completely ignore evidence from across the country,” Trump 2020 campaign manager Brad Parscale said. “The obvious reason is that Democrats are just fine with the possibility of voter fraud. And many in the media just see the world their way.”

“The national news media routinely and condescendingly dismiss any concerns about voter fraud, including state vote-by-mail provisions,” a post on the Trump campaign website read. “Even the New York Times, in a story intended to belittle any claims of voter fraud, was forced to admit that ‘experts say that the mail voting system is more vulnerable to fraud than voting in person.’”

“Under the guise of responding to the coronavirus crisis, Democrats have attempted to enshrine into law practices that are ripe for fraudulent voting. In her version of coronavirus relief legislation, Nancy Pelosi called for ‘mandatory early voting, mandatory voting by mail, and the legalization of California-style ballot harvesting.’ This is in legislation that was intended to protect people who had lost their jobs in the virus crisis.”

The post goes on to list examples of voter fraud in Texas, New York, and Pennsylvania and also cited a Heritage Foundation study that unearthed more than 1,000 examples of documented voter fraud.

The Trump campaign’s post was in response to a promise made by the president during an exchange with Acosta this week when Trump said he would show evidence of voter fraud.

“You’ve been talking about voter fraud since the beginning of this administration, and where is the evidence of it?” Acosta asked. “All the experts say voter fraud is rare.”

“I think there’s a lot of evidence, but we’ll provide you with some, OK?” Trump responded.

This week, a court briefing in New Mexico showed that thousands of ineligible voters, including many dead people, are eligible to receive mail-in ballots.

Many Democrats have said that measures to combat voter fraud, such as requiring a photo ID, are racist. Reports have suggested otherwise.

Last week, the governor of Kentucky vetoed a bill that would have required a photo ID to vote.

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