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Debra Meadows appears to have filed three false voter forms

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The Meadows voter fraud gets more real...

“What we do know is a number of times as we have mail-in ballots, if there is not a chain of custody that goes from the voter to the ballot box, mischief can happen.”
— Then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, in an interview on ABC’s “This Week,” July 26, 2020

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Three months after this interview, on Oct. 26, Mark Meadows’s wife, Debra, appeared at the Macon County community building in Franklin, N.C., and filled out a one-stop voter application to cast an early ballot in the 2020 presidential election. She also dropped off an absentee ballot that she had requested for her husband, then the White House chief of staff, an election board official said.

 

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It has been typical of Republicans throughout my life, most certainly over the past 30 years, to accuse the Democrats of everything they themselves are guilty of. And voter fraud is no exception. It's true across the board, and it amazes me how gullible their voting base has to be to continue to buy into their lies. Whether it is voter fraud, expanding the government and its power, raising taxes on the middle class, growing the deficit . . the list goes on and on . . they continue to outperform Democrats in everything they openly claim to oppose. And elected Republican representatives have become so cynical about the intelligence of their own voters, that they think nothing of spewing breathtaking lies, contradictions and hypocrisy, as if the audio and videotape records of what they've said doesn't exist.

They persist in running on the policy platform: "Government doesn't work! Vote for us and we'll prove it!" And like a mile long school of sardines, their votes are gobbled up by the predatory sharks that herd them into bite sized balls of fish food, victims of their own worst nature.
 
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