I'm sorry to point obvious things here but exposing fraud is irrelevant. Doing something about the exposed fraud is what matters. I mean let's reason for a second: We've had precincts that had more votes than registered voters. We've had people on video pulling out ballots out of suitcases in the middle of the night and counting them. Nothing happened (yet). Let me make an analogy to make things clearer: Imagine you catch a burglar and you document that he stole, but then you let him go... Without real world repercussions for the crime he committed (not the ones he may commit in the future) you've just created a log of his crime for you to wipe your butt with. We have enough toilet paper.
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