SEMI-NEWS/SEMI-SATIRE: May 31, 2020 Edition

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Opinion Column by John Semmens
Battle Over Election Fraud Heats Up

Though Twitter has a lengthy record of permitting leftists to post blatant lies and evidence-free accusations, this week it took issue with President Trump's tweet warning of the risk of vote-fraud in vote-by-mail elections. Twitter alleged that a "fact check" shows that vote-fraud is nonexistent. It seems that the so-called fact check relied solely on repeated assertions from Democrats that vote-fraud does not exist to any serious extent.

As it turns out, the assertion that vote-fraud is not a serious problem is itself a false statement. Back in 2005 a bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform, co-chaired by former President Jimmy Carter (D) and former Secretary of State James Baker (R) declared, "absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud." A number of incidents since 2005 bolster that finding.

In this year alone, Pennsylvania election officials acknowledged that an unknown number of
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