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Friday, November 17 2017 @ 06:49 PM CST

Can Republicans overcome the margin of fraud?

Election day.

Voting machine in Texas fails to offer Republican candidate for Governor.

Voting machine in Virginia registers vote for Republican as a vote for the Democrat.

Voting machine in North Carolina registers vote for Republican as a vote for the Democrat.

Voting machine in Illinois registers vote for Republican as a vote for the Democrat.

Voting machine in Maryland registers vote for Republican as a vote for the Democrat.

All of the above appear to be credible reports.

"Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is enemy action."

All reports in the run-up to this election, all the polls taken in aggregate, indicated that the Republicans should take the U.S. Senate. If they don't, given the appearance or rampant anti-Republican vote diddling all over the country, can we really trust the election results?

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