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  1. FredGoodhue Coolidge
    FredGoodhue
    @FredGoodhue

    People who think requiring voter ID is voter suppression remind me of people who think the 2020 presidential election was stolen from the incumbent.

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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge
    OccupantCDN
    @OccupantCDN

    I dont understand. How can you say that people who believe this election was stolen are falsely believing it?

    I for one, Genuinely believe it. I have posted before the 12 data points that I believe show this election was stolen. There have been no examination or refutation of these concerns. In 2016 the democrats thought they’d been electorally robbed, and they spent millions of tax dollars, untold thousands man hours in investigations, untold hours in congressional committee hearings. In 2020, Republican concerns cant even get a day in court to be heard.

    Who acted like the thief? The republican who indulged the allegations with investigation? Or the democrats who will ban social media comments on the topic – refuse to allow any investigation or hearing into the election at all?

    Just saying these concerns have been debunked is false, they have never been given a fair hearing, let alone any kind of examination.

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