‘There are many instances’ of voter fraud: Donald Trump VP Mike Pence

October 28, 2016 5:14 pm

Republican vice presidential candidate speaks at a rally on October 25, 2016 in Marietta, Ohio. (Photo by AFP)

US Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence says the mainstream media is biased against , and there are “many instances” of voter fraud in the run up to the November 8 election.
Republican presidential nominee Trump has recently intensified his criticism of the American electoral system. He calls the election process rigged, and says the media is colluding with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in order to win the White House.
He has questioned the legitimacy of the US elections, saying that he believed the vote was already being “rigged” at many polling places.
During his final presidential debate with Clinton last week, Trump declared that he might not accept the results of the November 8 presidential election if there is evidence it was rigged.
In an interview with CBS on Friday, Trump’s running mate, Pence, said, “Make no mistake about it, there are many instances in our lifetimes of voter fraud in individual polling places and in certain jurisdictions.”
“Donald Trump and I are just calling on people to respectfully participate in the electoral process. We want a victory on Election Day, but we also want it to be a victory for American democracy,” he stated.

Donald Trump speaks at an event on October 15, 2016 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. (Photo by AFP)

The governor of Indiana rejected claims of critics that Trump’s “rigging” rhetoric may encourage violence by his supporters if he loses the presidential election.
“We certainly would denounce any calls for anything other people being vigorously involved in the electoral process,” he said.
“I have to tell you, I really don’t see it. The people that rallying around our team, rallying around our cause, love this country, are passionate about this country and are anxious to see change,” the GOP vice presidential nominee stated.
He went on to accuse the media of unfairly backing Clinton.
“The level of negative coverage about my running mate in many quarters in the national media has just been overwhelming compared to any negative coverage or frankly the avalanche of scandals coming out of Hillary Clinton’s years as secretary of State,” Pence said.

Attendees stand during the National Anthem at a rally for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at Cross Insurance Center on October 15, 2016 in Bangor, Maine. (Photo by AFP)

According to a recent poll released, 41 percent of American voters are saying the 2016 election could be “stolen” from Trump due to widespread voter fraud.
And 73 percent of Republican voters think the election could be stolen from the billionaire businessman, while 17 percent of Democrats agree with the prospect of rigging.
American writer and political commentator Stephen Lendman told Press TV on October 17 Washington has been rigging elections for nearly 200 years in order to keep anti-establishment candidates away from the White House.
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