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Biden's Election Was Legitimate. Republicans Have Convinced Supporters It Wasn't.

Biden's Election Was Legitimate. Republicans Have Convinced Supporters It Wasn't.

Update: 2021-11-103
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Donald Trump and other top Republicans have continued to lie about the results of the presidential election. Now, 62 percent of Republicans believe election fraud changed the results of the 2020 presidential election. It did not.

With narrow majorities, Democrats have been unable to pass voting rights and election security reforms through the Senate and are unwilling to change the rules to do so.

This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, national political correspondent Mara Liasson, and voting and election security reporter Miles Parks.

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an interested party

I think it's frightening to know that either party can use law to make sure their party is always the winner. (If the party wins it's a legitimate election if the party loses it's a lie and been rigged and must be fixed). And the regular population out here doesn't realize that because they go about their lives living. And the next thing you know one party is going to control this country. One party! what's that called again, when one party rules a country?

Nov 11th
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Biden's Election Was Legitimate. Republicans Have Convinced Supporters It Wasn't.

Biden's Election Was Legitimate. Republicans Have Convinced Supporters It Wasn't.

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