Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of National Review enjoy Marco Rubio’s demolition of Patrick Murphy in the Florida U.S. Senate debate.  They also discuss the real threat of voter fraud and the extent we know it’s happening as Donald Trump warns of a rigged election.  And they have fun as Politico’s Glenn Thrush is caught by Wikileaks referring to himself as a hack to John Podesta and asking Podesta not to tell anyone Thrush allowed him to look over his story and make changes.

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  1. Israel P. Inactive
    Israel P.

    Jim, there are more than three ways to create voter fraud. In Washington State, there was the election where they kept bringing in new boxes of D ballots that no one could account for.

    In this election season, they have found boxes of premarked ballots in a couple of states.
    And the suspicions of  messing with voting machines isn’t chopped liver.

    If you start with the assumption that there is no fraud, then you won’t find it.

    Oh and by the way, whatever happened to those three guys with baseball bats in Philadelphia?


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  2. La Tapada Member
    La Tapada

    How depressing to think that we could have had Rubio debating Hillary and telling her she has no real accomplishments.

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  3. BD Member

    National Review is Rubio Fanboy Central.

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  4. La Tapada Member
    La Tapada

    BD:National Review is Rubio Fanboy Central.

    Well, I was too.

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