In late April, Rasmussen Reports revealed that most Americans have not been duped by the media into believing that elections are run fairly or accurately. They are also not persuaded by the threat of being called an election-denier, which is the “go-to” name-calling tactic of the left meant to force people into categories so their concerns can be arbitrarily dismissed. Unfortunately for those hoping to distract Americans from questioning elections, they forget that American voters were privy to numerous unlawful election changes. Voters witnessed a gamut of issues, including overly drawn out vote counting, unexplainable pauses in vote counting in the key swing states, un-explainable jumps in the vote count, un-requested mail-in ballots being widely distributed, and video footage of mules dropping stacks of ballots in drop boxes. And these issues seem to just scratch the surface as whistleblowers continue to come forward.

Skepticism over what really happened during the 2020 election has not lifted and is not likely to. It’s an issue that needs to be dealt with. Few believe that ailing Joe Biden, who drew a meager crowd at best, could win a landslide election, racking up more votes than Obama against an incoming president with intense popularity. Americans are losing trust in their voting system.

Rasmussen’s poll conducted in late April, using national calling and online surveying, found that 60% of Likely U.S. voters think it is likely that cheating affected the outcomes of some races in last year’s midterm elections, including 37% who say it’s Very Likely. Thirty-five percent (35%) don’t believe it’s likely the 2022 midterms were affected by cheating, including 20% who think it’s Not At All Likely.
Rasmussen tweeted a thought-provoking question, “If the late-counted mail ballots were Biden’s path to victory, why were audits blocked everywhere except in Arizona?”

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Below are the questions Rasmussen asked to find out if U.S. voters believed there was cheating in elections:

National Survey of 915 U.S. Likely Voters

Conducted April 17-19, 2023

By Rasmussen Reports

1* Which is more important: Making it easier for everybody to vote or making sure there is no cheating in elections?

2* Many states now allow voting by mail. Does mail-in voting make it easier or harder to cheat in elections? Or does mail-in voting not make much difference in terms of election cheating?

3* How likely is it that cheating affected the outcomes of some races in last year’s mid-term elections?

4* How likely is it that state and federal officials are ignoring evidence of widespread election fraud?

News correspondent Emerald Robinson reminded Americans that elections had been corrupted in the country previously after a group of Democrats attempted to hide election results by privately counting the ballots in secret.

“A dirty Democrat political machine took over Tennessee politics in the 1930s. Ballots were counted in secret. Poll watchers were ejected from precinct houses. Does this sound familiar to you?”

She also added that the solution to the ballot issue was resolved by veteran soldiers,

 “Did you know that in 1946 there was a war fought by veteran soldiers returning from WWII against a corrupt group of Democrats who controlled a dirty police force in Tennessee? It’s called the Battle of Athens.”

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