According to a new poll conducted by Monmouth University, 32% of Americans believe President Biden won the election due to voter fraud. This poll was released on Monday and conducted from June 9th through the 14th. It included 810 adults in the United States and has a margin of error of +/- 3.5 percentage points.
This percentage has remained quite consistent. “In similar Monmouth polls conducted in November, January and March, the number of voters who believe that fraud cost former President Trump a second term in the White House has remained steady at 32 percent.”
Since the Hill has a liberal slant, it gave their own reasoning “The polling underscores how pervasive Trump’s false claims of a stolen election have become among his supporters in the months since the 2020 presidential race.”
This is the common narrative from the established media, but it remains true that there was fraud and irregularity at least anecdotally throughout the country.
After the poll was released, Brad Raffensperger, the secretary of state in Georgia, announced that he intends to remove 101,789 “obsolete and outdated” voter files from the state’s voter registration rolls.
“Making sure Georgia’s voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections,” Raffensperger said. “That is why I fought and beat Stacey Abrams in court in 2019 to remove nearly 300,000 obsolete voter files before the November election, and will do so again this year. Bottom line, there is no legitimate reason to keep ineligible voters on the rolls.”
Former President Donald Trump, who still maintains that he won the 2020 presidential election, said a recent decision to purge names of outdated voters from Georgia’s rolls signifies that he carried the state.
Georgia has been at the core of Trump’s frustration over the election’s results, and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was challenged by the former president for not doing more to overturn the results. Trump has not yet presented any evidence that would turn the election in his favor but has vowed that incriminating information that exposes corruption in the voting will be unveiled.
In March, Georgia Republicans fast-tracked a bill through the legislature that Kemp signed into law against the objections of state Democrats and voting rights activists. The law imposes voter ID requirements for absentee ballots, reduces the number of ballot drop boxes in large counties, and shortens the length of runoff elections, among other provisions.
Georgia was the first state to enact new voting restrictions since the 2020 election, but now 13 other states have enacted nearly two dozen laws that restrict ballot access, according to a tally by the Brennan Center for Justice. And other GOP states are moving forward measures that would restrict absentee and mail-in voting.
There is far more evidence of voter fraud than of “voter suppression,” which has become the term used by the left to describe anything that prevents Democrats from voting for Democrats on behalf of others.
Americans have been told for the last 5 years without evidence that Trump was illegitimately elected in 2016.
Voters have been made aware that the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race was stolen from Stacey Abrams.
Is it any surprise that many Americans no longer seem to believe elections are legitimate unless their candidate wins?
As we approach the mid-term elections, the drama is sure to escalate. It will be interesting to watch how many new laws are put on the fast track to deal with both supposed suppression and certain fraud. One thing is for sure, voters in America have lost faith in the system.