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How many fraudulent votes are acceptable? (1 Viewer)

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How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million
 
In case you think I am not being fair, I believe there will always be some fraudulent votes counted and there will also always be some legal votes that are not counted.

I will give my answer after others have given theirs.

The answer might be somewhere between "0" and "One less than is needed to change the result of an election."
Then again, perhaps some of you might answer, "One more than my candidate needs to win."
 
How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million
How many were there? Like six?
 
It's also quite possible that when and if people cheat, it could be about the same number as the opposing party.
Republicans cheat 97 times, Democrats cheat 95 times in the same election. Not going to change anything.
 
In case you think I am not being fair, I believe there will always be some fraudulent votes counted and there will also always be some legal votes that are not counted.

I will give my answer after others have given theirs.

The answer might be somewhere between "0" and "One less than is needed to change the result of an election."
Then again, perhaps some of you might answer, "One more than my candidate needs to win."
Compared to making it harder to vote, based on deliberate lies?

All reports of actual investigation indicate it is not an issue, but a concern seeking a problem.

Trump elevated this PoS to a position of responsibility. Ask yourself, why?

"..He has been described as playing an influential role in making unfounded concern about voter fraud mainstream in the Republican Party.[4][5] His work, which claims voting fraud is rampant, is controversial as it has been found to be fraught with misleading statistics.[6] ...
...On June 29, 2017, President Donald Trump named him to be a member of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.[12].."

The most successful states devote little to no attention to it. Only in the poorest, least educated, most radicalized states
is great concern devoted to "vote fraud" and to "voter fraud". Successful states elect governments less prone to manipulative
partisan priorities..


Ken Paxton's beefed-up 2020 voter fraud unit closed 16 minor ...​

https://www.houstonchronicle.com › texas › article › K...

Dec 21, 2020 — The Texas attorney general's office spent nearly twice as much time working on voter fraud cases this year as it did in 2018

Texas is 23rd in terms of household income, Florida is 39th. The most populous state, California, ranks 8th.
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Ideally zero, but the current number is "acceptable' because it is far too few to sway an election and most of them get caught anyway - often over registration irregularities.

Example below:


The real problem is not individual voter fraud but organized election fraud, where those in power attempt to stop people voting, refuse to count or to change the results after a vote. See below.

 
How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million
Votes for what office? For the local school board, 8 might be intolerable - but for the White House, 800 might be meaningless.
 
How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million
Do you understand absolute versus relative numbers? It is about percentage of the total votes.

Only ZERO is acceptable but 0.01 percent is probably tolerable.
 
Wouldn't the answer to that question depend on which candidate they benefit?
But the ONLY thing that can be verified after an election is the existing ballots content.
 
How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million

None are acceptable, but the critical number would be that sufficient to change the results had it been a fair election.
 
How many fraudulent votes are acceptable?

1. 1-100
2. 100-1,000
3. 1,000-10,000
4. 10,000-100,000
5. 100,000- 1,000,000
6. More than a million
where's "none"?
 
None are acceptable but some are inevitable.
 

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