ralfy wrote:1. There are major problems with mail-in ballots, and is seen even in past protests by politicians like Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama, where victories of their opponents were overturned after many mail-in ballots were found to be fraudulent, e.g., no or fake name, address, DOB, etc.
Please provide evidence for your false claim. Over 30 million voted in 2016 and there was no protests or claims of fraud. Reality does not match your opinion.But the rate of voting fraud overall in the US is less than 0.0009%, according to a 2017 study by the Brennan Center for Justice.https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53353404
Mistakes have been made, caught, and corrected.
ralfy wrote:2. There are major problems with automated systems, including no open-source software used or auditing and lots of points for manipulating data.
Please provide evidence for this. Homeland security claimed this last election was the most secure in US history. That makes your statement unlikely, to say the least.
ralfy wrote:3. There are multiple points for allowing for fraud due to lack of a national standard for registration and voting, including no IDs needed, particular IDs acceptable, no paper copies of votes made or stored for some local elections which makes verification of electronic data impossible, etc.
Please show instances and evidence that demonstrates that these improperly filled out votes are counted, or even relevant.
This is just more of the same bullshit and evidence free claims that the Trump crowd is making.
ralfy wrote:4. The electoral college system itself is flawed because there are legal gaps plus the electoral vote does not necessarily reflect the popular vote.
Republicans are all happy with the Electoral College, up until it doesn't work for them.
Biden won. That reflects the popular vote. Clinton won the popular vote in 2016, but I am sure you wouldn't be calling the electoral college flawed back then, because you were backing the other horse.
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