(Washington Times) -- When most of us think of voter fraud, we consider specific instances of individuals gaming the system.
Voter fraud, however, is a broad, encompassing event, as Matthew Vadum notes at American Thinker: “[E]lection fraud, and electoral fraud, refers to the specific offenses of fraudulent voting, impersonation, perjury, voter registration fraud, forgery, counterfeiting, bribery, destroying already cast ballots, and a multitude of crimes related to the electoral process.”
For some reason, liberals and Democrats have not only ignored the issue, they’ve actively worked to dismiss the idea entirely. Liberal “think tanks” (sorry for the contradiction in terms), various media talking heads and Democratic leadership have all worked for years to convince the American public it doesn’t exist, while then working feverishly to thwart state-based efforts to secure the electoral system with voter identification laws.
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Voter fraud is real, however, and is happening now as we prepare to vote in the most important presidential election of our lives.