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President Trump Laments Democratic Use of Voter Fraud in Rousing Speech

The President did not mince his words.

Votre fraud is very, very real – no matter what the Democratic Party wants to tell you.

Every election year we hear scores of stories of electoral issues, nearly all of which seem to behoove the liberal Democrats at the center of the affected contests.  Whether it be a lack of voter identification protocols in heavily leftist locales, or the unconscionable use of deceased persons’ identities to fill voter roles, voter fraud is undeniably an issue in this nation.

President Trump decried the issue this week during a vivacious reelection campaign stop in Louisiana.

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During a rally in Lake Charles, Louisiana on Friday evening, Trump said Democrats support voter fraud and oppose voter ID laws because “they cheat like hell” in national elections by getting non-citizens to vote.

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“The radical Democrats’ assault on American freedom and American citizenship will now end,” Trump said. “Democrats also continue to encourage foreign interference in our elections by refusing to support a simple and beautiful thing called voter ID.”

“If you want to go out and buy groceries, you need identification … the only thing you [don’t] need identification is to vote — the most important single thing you’re doing,” Trump continued.

The President explained why, of course.

“You know why, because they cheat like hell, that’s why,” Trump said.

During election years, the liberal media is often rife with stories “debunking” the effect of voter fraud, which indicates to some that the issue surely exists, given the consistent efforts put forth to quash the narrative.

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