The results of this year’s midterm elections will have immense consequences on the direction America will take moving forward.
Will we follow the insidious path of liberalism and continue to attack basic civil liberties under the guise of protecting democracy? Or will we return to our America First roots and barrel ahead with a strong economy and an even stronger standing on the world stage?
Unfortunately, most Americans believe the stakes are too high for Democrats to sit back and allow the elections to play out without doing something to rig the results in their favor.
The utter cynicism of Democrats’ cheating tactics is rubbing off on the American population, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports. Exactly half of America’s likely voters expect “widespread” cheating will undermine the 2022 congressional midterm elections, and most identify unmanageable mail-in-voting to be the main culprit.
Of the American voters surveyed, 50% believe cheating in some form or another will compromise the results of the 2022 midterm elections this fall. Just over 70% of Republicans fear cheating, but so do 36% of Democrats. Overall, 41% said cheating is unlikely to affect the elections.
A larger portion of the population (58%) considers mail-in voting to be the preferred method for election cheaters. Mail-in voting became a tenant of the liberal religion during the 2020 presidential election, and every smug Democrat proudly dropped off their ballot as if they had just discovered the cure for cancer.
Drive-thru voting, random ballot drop boxes, faulty electronic voting machines, and compromised poll workers all contributed to Joe Biden’s “victory” — and the Democrats know it.
On that concern, 41% of Democrats, 78% of Republicans, and 59% of independents agree.
The Rasmussen survey seems to bolster Former President Donald Trump’s claims that widespread voter fraud secured Joe Biden’s 2020 ‘victory’.
For proof, Rasmussen asked survey takers: “How likely is it that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election?” The results seem to buck the J6 committee’s “Big Lie” theory that the 2020 election was in fact rigged by D.C. elitists.
Fifty-two percent said it is at least somewhat likely that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election, including 36% who think it is “very likely.”
That included 30% of Democrats, 50% of independents, and 74% of Republicans.
Author: Asa McCue