Not counting the news outlets or websites along the full range of accuracy and veracity, I follow multiple actual individuals' handwritten blogs. (Bot news aggregators don't thrill me.) Looking them over, many are current serving or former military and a couple are some variation of high-speed low-drag elite forces ninjas. Or cops. Or just funny as all. Because life without humor is just despair. So in other words, the same folks I trusted in the military not to wet the bed, sh*t themselves, or otherwise run around like headless Nancys, are the same folks I trust on the interwebz, for demonstrating pretty much the same trustworthiness and circumspectly responsible behavior. Color me shocked.
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IIRC, mathmatically it gets difficult to spoof the votes if the real margin is greater than 2%.
The solution is to win by such a large margin(5% or more) that it can't be realistically spoofed or challenged.
We can dream, right? 👀
With voting machines mysteriously not working all over the country, it seems these two questions are more relevant:
I haven't looked so far at the results, but my trust level is low. They're very good at cheating.
My expectations is that the Republicans will likely take the house, because throwing dozens of elections, many in states with good electoral procedures, is hard.
The Senate, on the other hand, will probably stay Republican since it would only take fraud in 6 to 10 cities, to throw the whole chamber, similar to what it took to steal the presidency.
As a side benefit, most of those cities can also be used to throw the governorship of the state, which has many additional benefits.
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