Are the voter counts for president accurate?
With counts very close and numerous reports of voting problems, this is a question all Americans should be asking irrespective of political party affiliation.
Our democracy is at risk and that affects everyone
Should We Recount?
ATTACK ON DEMOCRACY
No Election Cutoff - Dates & Times Extended
Forged Signatures & Registration Cards
Deceased People Voting
Outdated & Inaccurate Voter Registration Rolls
Absentee Ballots Forged, Stolen & Altered
Numerous Cases of "Human Error"
With voter counts so close and numerous allegations of potential fraud, the only way to truly know who legitimately won the presidential election is to recount all the states that had close voter counts with witnesses from both parties present. If we fail to do so then American history will be forever blemished with unparalleled controversy and a great thirst for the truth. Millions of Americans will no longer trust our democracy and those in power will always be viewed as illegitimate and untrustworthy. Is this the legacy we wish to have written in our history books?
"In addition to diluting the votes of legitimate voters, fraud can have an impact in close elections, and we have many close elections in this country. Preventing, deterring, and prosecuting election fraud is essential to protecting the integrity of our voting process. Reforms intended to ensure such integrity do not disenfranchise voters and, in fact, protect their right to vote. Winning elections leads to political power and the incentives to take advantage of security vulnerabilities are great, so it is important that we take reasonable steps to make it hard to cheat, while making it easy for legitimate voters to vote."
This is perhaps the most important presidential election in history given the vast differences in policy between the two candidates.
Given the election is tainted with skepticism & controversy, should a recount occur?
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