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Will Americans accept a rigged election?


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    Elijah A Alexander Jr (The0NatureBoy) 6 months ago

    Actually, rigid elections began when they didn't elect presidents & vices per amendments 12 & 24 [Congress per Art, 1.2.2 & 1.3.3] after electors chose them, the people elect 1 each for their state & 1 each in the Nov. election by the