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Fact Check: 'Duplicate Ballots' In Maricopa County, Arizona, Are NOT Proof Of Voter Fraud


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These damned Trump Drones and their fucked up nonsense. Using a little common sense, you can easily disprove every conspiracy theory they claim. But it don't do any good. You burn their one theory down, instead of catching their snap, they just flock to another stupid theory. They are so brainwashed they can't even imagine the concept that TRUMP LOST. There is quite simply no realistic way the D team could have stolen the election. Especially when nobody even knew Georgia and Arizona would turn into swing states a couple of weeks before the election. And just how do you coordinate thousands of people on a dime and still have all those people keep quiet about it?

Y'all can keep arguing with these herd animals if you like, but may as well argue with a brick wall.

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36 minutes ago, DerangedResponse said:

Using a little common sense, you can easily disprove every conspiracy theory they claim.

 

 

Ok.. explain the coordinated unprecedented vote count stoppages then hours later restarts that occurred in 5 cities in 4 swing states. Resulting incidental Biden vote spikes to first overtake Trump  then proceed with identical 51/49 ratios after the spike

 

Explain that with your common sense.  

 

 

 

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