Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been railing against a rigged election on two fronts: the media propaganda war against him along with potential chicanery at the voting booth.
With regard to the latter, there are voter fraud investigations ongoing in Virginia, Indiana, and Texas, and perhaps elsewhere, which is no surprise given the country’s primitive voter registration and voting procedures.
Many Bernie Sanders supporters are still miffed that rigged primaries and caucuses kept the Vermont senator from winning the Democrat presidential nomination.
According elections expert J. Christian Adams, there are four million deceased people still on the voter rolls. And most of them are Democrats.
Based on a Politico poll, 41 percent of voters (and 73 percent of Republicans) are worried that voter fraud could result in a stolen election.
According to President Obama, whose judicial appointees have blocked the implementation of photo ID laws in a number of state, and whose political hometown of Chicago is the epicenter of voter fraud, there is nothing to see here, and Trump should stop whining.
Added the president, “I have never seen in my lifetime or in modern political history, any presidential candidate trying to discredit the elections and the election process before votes have even taken place. It’s unprecedented. It happens to be based on no facts.”
"I'd invite Mr Trump to stop whining." Obama reacts to Trump's claims that the US Presidential election is rigged https://t.co/RluSZNvisk
— Sky News (@SkyNews) October 18, 2016
Obama seems to have a selective memory, however, because liberals from the top down are still “whining” that Bush and the Supreme Court stole the election from “Internet inventor” Al Gore in 2000.
— THE NEW RIGHT (@The_NewRight) October 18, 2016
It’s interesting that Obama was standing next to left-wing Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi when he was obsessing about Trump at the press conference. Renzi may be out of a job in a few months as the anti-establishment, populist Five-Star Movement continues to surge heading into Renzi’s constitutional reform referendum on December 4.
If Trump is losing the election, as the Democrat-media complex insists, why are they so preoccupied with responding to him constantly?