Both Republicans and Democrats have managed to make this general election cycle into more of a three-ring circus than an actual campaign.
Republican have historically blame liberal special interest groups, like ACORN and moveon.org, as well as the Democratic Party of “rigging” elections.
Democrats have helped Republicans make their case with the numerous instances where individuals identified as pro-
Democratic Party have been caught engaging in some form of voter intimidation or fraud.
This is a known fact that Democrats can’t get around.
Liberal groups also like to accuse Republicans of voter suppression for demanding that voters present a valid form of identification, and whenever elections officials look to shorten early voting times and hours.
Enter Donald Trump.
The GOP’s presidential nominee has been saying that this election cycle is no different from past elections, stating that Democrats have “rigged” it.
Trump is sticking by his claims, even as Republicans like Florida Senator Marco Rubio and Arizona GOP officials disagree with his election rigging assertion.
Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day. Why do Republican leaders deny what is going on? So naive!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 17, 2016
“The Donald has even come out and poked at his fellow Republicans for doubting his “rigged” claim.
One of Trump’s biggest supporters in Arizona, former Gov. Jan Brewer (R), also disagrees that the election is rigged, saying that this “absolutely” cannot happen in Arizona.
As the former Secretary of State for Arizona, Brewer was tasked to oversee elections. So, she may know a thing or two about how the process works.