For years and years we have been told, angrily, by Democrats that there is no such thing as voter fraud.  Even when people have been tried, convicted, and jailed for voter fraud we have been told the exact same thing.

But now that a congressional election in North Carolina may have been affected in a way that would cause the Democrat rather than the Republican to lose? All of a sudden there is such a thing as voter fraud. It is as real as real can be.

From Dylan Scott’s  article for google.com, via vox.com, we have this:

Republican Mark Harris beat Democrat Dan McCready by less than 1,000 votes on Election Day. But those results are tainted by explosive allegations involving a local political operative who was working for the Harris campaign and a scheme to collect and possibly tamper with absentee ballots.

There is an obvious irony in a Republican campaign being tarnished by allegations of election fraud after the GOP spent last month peddling unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud in Florida and Arizona. But it’s important to remember there is still a lot we don’t know yet about the situation in North Carolina. The authorities haven’t officially accused anybody of any specific wrongdoing yet.

Wow. Democrats acknowledging the existence of voter fraud.

This is the real life version of that commercial where the M&M character  comes face-to-face with Santa, sputters out “He really does exist”, and faints in amazement.

And don’t you just love how Google, and Vox, both leftward venues, try to square the circle by talking about possible Republican voter fraud North Carolina while simultaneously debunking Republican claims of voter fraud elsewhere?

Uh, guys… It ain’t just Florida and Arizona. It’s a lot more. And it has been going on for a very long time, while you never seemed to notice.

Personally, I have no idea whether voter fraud was involved in the Republican victory in North Carolina. What I definitely know, however, is that voter fraud is real, it exists. And so do Democrats – when they’re on the short end of the result.

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