In March, when in-person voting seemed risky due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Trump said that he was against federal funding to expand voting by mail. Why? Because, he said, it would increase overall turnout to the point where “no Republican would ever be elected again.”
The election is still three months away and the president is saying that it will be fraudulent. So why doesn’t he use this time to fix it? He’s the president… can’t he do that?
The fact is, he can’t fix voter fraud because even Republicans say that it doesn’t exist.
For Democrats, there is no partying in the streets tonight. Something is missing.
Democrats will take the House, a change in Washington that will mean more gridlock for President Trump’s agenda, and congressional investigations into the president, his businesses, and Cabinet members.
A wave of money came toward Election Day, much of it coming from the wealthiest donors targeting this year’s most competitive races.
Many of the voting restrictions are part of a broader Republican strategy to tighten access to the ballot.
it’s important to understand that a Republican victory would change America: The end of Robert Mueller’s investigation. The loss of health insurance for several million people. New laws that make it harder to vote. More tax cuts for the rich. More damage to the environment. And a Republican Party molded even more in the image of President Trump.
Georgia Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp is blocking 53,000 mostly black and Democratic people from voting. This is how elections continue to be stolen from the people.
The federal lawsuit alleges that Trump campaign officials conspired with Russia to hurt Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton
The company allegedly illegally obtained confidential information from Facebook, sent prostitutes to opposition and secretly taped encounters, and tried to bribe opponents.
As the estimates continue to mount, predicting how many people will lose their insurance with the repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), it starts to become clear: The Republicans must simply hate average Americans.