Half Of Americans Report “Cheating”

According to a report, the 2022 midterms and the 2024 presidential election, in the minds of the majority of Americans, were tainted by voter fraud. More than half of respondents also think local, state, and federal authorities are disregarding signs of corruption. 

For example, a report shows that multiple voting machines in Maricopa County, Arizona, were hacked during a “logic and accuracy” test, according to video footage that has emerged.

Workers entered the facility on October 14, 17, and 18 and tampered with the voting equipment, removing memory cards and breaking seals. It is speculated that the malfunctioning devices were deployed in Republican strongholds.

In another example, a report shows a video circulating online that demonstrates the rapid verification of ballot signatures, achieving an impressive success rate of 99.97 percent. There are concerns about whether signature verification was conducted during Arizona’s 2022 gubernatorial election, as ballots were approved quickly as they appeared on the screen.

According to Kurt Olsen, who is the lawyer for Republican candidate Kari Lake, the data showed that 11 signature verification workers processed 170 thousand signatures at a rate of 0 to 3 seconds and had a 99.97 percent approval rating. He argued that this was not a proper signature review.

According to Rasmussen Reports, 52 percent of likely voters think cheating had a role in the outcomes of certain contests in 2022, and 54 percent think it will play a role in the 2024 presidential election.

The poll shows that Republicans are the most skeptical about the fairness of American elections, with 68 percent questioning the validity of the 2022 midterms and 69% expecting cheating in 2024. 

What’s more striking is that 56 percent of voters think state and government agencies have ignored proof that there is widespread election and or voter fraud.