Is it possible that even with the way the U.S. system is set up that someone could make it so that no evidence or not enough evidence was able to....

Is it possible that even with the way the U.S. system is set up that someone could make it so that no evidence or not enough evidence was able to be given to prove they fraudulently won the election?
 

Authentic Nouveau

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Is it possible that even with the way the U.S. system is set up that someone could make it so that no evidence or not enough evidence was able to be given to prove they fraudulently won the election?
We find in one of the hearings where Chief Justice Roberts comments about being afraid of riots if the deal with the corruption. He will try hard to not hear the case of the people.
 

Temujin

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Is it possible that even with the way the U.S. system is set up that someone could make it so that no evidence or not enough evidence was able to be given to prove they fraudulently won the election?
No, and that way madness lies. It would take too many people in too many different states, on both sides of the political divide, all of whom would need to be completely loyal to each other while being completely disloyal to their country.

Some people may find it easier to believe that there is a vast conspiracy to deprive them of what they want, but actually there is no conspiracy. They just lost, that's all. Someone has to lose in every election. It doesn't take a conspiracy to make it you.
 

Whateverman

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Is it possible that even with the way the U.S. system is set up that someone could make it so that no evidence or not enough evidence was able to be given to prove they fraudulently won the election?
Depends on which election you're referring to. A local Board Of Selectmen election might be able to be won through fraud, and the evidence might be able to be covered up. A national election where millions of people voted would take a LOT more to cover the fraud up.

Assuming you're talking about national elections, my answer is No. One person would not be able to do this.
 
Depends on which election you're referring to. A local Board Of Selectmen election might be able to be won through fraud, and the evidence might be able to be covered up. A national election where millions of people voted would take a LOT more to cover the fraud up.

Assuming you're talking about national elections, my answer is No. One person would not be able to do this.
What about a group of people?
 

Whateverman

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What about a group of people?
Get enough people, and almost anything is possible.

In the case of a vague "national election", those people would have to come from several different places, including local election officials, possibly state officials, individual voters, etc - and they'd all have to want the same thing (ie. that specific kind of election fraud).

The truth is that the larger the group of people, the more likely that some groups will want different things. That's why the larger the group, the less likely you'll be able to convince them all to do the same thing and not tell anyone.
 
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