good reasons to have concerns over election security. There are extremely good reasons that most normal people are very concerned. And indeed people ARE concerned. Just like Al Gore refused to concede in the election of 2000, Trump is quite correct to not bow to fraud in advance. At least Gore knew there was no fraud!
And it is also very telling that partisan Democrats have a visceral hate for election security. THEY have long engaged in election fraud and THEY don’t want to see this particular buffet shut down. That’s why the carp and cavil on about this. THAT is why they want “motor-voter” laws. THAT is why the push for Internet voting. THAT is why they fetishize voting. Yeah, it sounds all noble, but it is merely an avenue for fraud. It is merely a way to let barely informed Cheetos-eating couch potatoes vote themselves more money out of public funds. You know, “Hold my beer while I vote.” If elections were totally fair, perhaps their Lefty ideas would lose. So the knee-jerk response is to get the gummint to put a thumb on the scale. In the past one had to be a land owner to vote–you had to have skin in the game. Now the dead even vote (always Democrat)!
If you are against fairness in voting, you should ask yourself some very tough questions. How is it even moral to fight for fraud? Would we have the same history without voter fraud? It is quite clear to everyone who studies the issue that Kennedy beat Nixon due to fraud. But are there other examples? Gregoire lost in WA state because of fraud. Obamacare passed by one vote, and Al Franken cast that vote. Yet it is extremely likely that the only reason he was there in the first place was because of voter fraud!
So yes, there are some very important national issues that have come into existence because of voter fraud. This is not just mindless navel-gazing. The world we live in is to a significant extent the way it is because of voter fraud. So let’s not stick our heads in… the sand, here.