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Evolution of Election Fraud

Phase 1:

  • We Can’t Believe What’s Happened Side: There has been Election Fraud in this Election!
  • What Are You Talking About Side: There has been absolutely no Election Fraud in this Election!

Phase 2:

  • We Can’t Believe What’s Happened Side: There has been Election Fraud in this Election!
  • What Are You Talking About Side: There has been very little Election Fraud in this Election!

Phase 3:

  • We Can’t Believe What’s Happened Side: There has been Election Fraud in this Election!
  • What Are You Talking About Side: The amount of Election Fraud in this Election was not enough to change the outcome of this Election!

Would I kid u?

Smartfella






Comments

( November 19th, 2020 @ 5:35 pm )
 
Phase 6: Until, I completely know Biden's election team and the DNC is completely in the clear, I will never acknowledge Covid Joe as the legitimate president.
( November 13th, 2020 @ 11:46 am )
 
Phase 4: There is no evidence that there was election fraud.
( November 13th, 2020 @ 11:45 am )
 
Phase 5: That's old news, it time to move on.



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