Poll: Voters know fraud is part of Democrats' agenda

Poll: Voters know fraud is part of Democrats' agenda

Poll: Voters know fraud is part of Democrats' agenda

A former leader in the Republican Party is pleased to see that a majority of American voters recognize that widespread election fraud took place in the 2020 presidential election, and she believes audits would be an appropriate beginning response.

The mainstream media continues to use words like "unfounded" or "false" whenever the subject of election fraud arises. But despite efforts to squelch the narrative of a stolen election, a new poll by Rasmussen Reports shows that 56% of likely voters believe cheating affected the 2020 presidential election, and 41% of those surveyed say fraud was "very likely." The survey also found that participants are not enthusiastic about efforts by Biden and other Democrats to expand COVID-era voting by mail, as they believe it will "lead to more cheating in elections."

Adams, Cathie (TX Eagle Forum) Adams

"I'm so grateful for 56% of the people who recognize that election fraud did actually happen in the 2020 presidential election," responds Cathie Adams, a former chairman of the Republican Party of Texas. "And it wasn't just the presidential; it was up and down the ballot. When you have mail-in ballots, you don't know who's mailing them in. And the bigger question is who's counting them, and how are they being counted. It's not who casts the votes; it's who counts them."

Adams thinks forensic audits of the 2020 results should be done in every state, but the left continues to ignore any such suggestion.

"Now the Democrats want to make mail-in ballots a universal idea and employ them in every state," Adams reports. "That means that no elections would ever matter in the future. We know that fraud is in their agenda. Doing a forensic audit in every state would be wise."

According to Fox News, Arizona Republicans concluded their audit of the 2020 presidential election last month and said in a letter to Attorney General Mark Brnovich that after quadruple-checking every single one of the 2.1 million ballots, the overall tally matched results from November.

The audit, however, found several irregularities, and Brnovich was asked to formally investigate them for additional information and facts and to verify all of the information and "take the appropriate actions of anything that is necessary to do."

Meanwhile in Fulton County, Georgia, the state's most populous county during the 2020 election where two employees of the Fulton County Elections Office were recently fired for checking out batches of voter registration applications for processing and shredding nearly 300 forms, Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero has dismissed an audit case that sought a review of some 147,000 absentee ballots in search of illegitimate votes.

Judge Amero said the case lacked standing.