I don't see 3 million anywhere I do want to stress this, but I don't see how it is debunked. I've talked to many people who live in California who say that illegals can easily get licenses and they have seen people they knew were illegal vote before. That is anecodotal evidence so I won't say it equals any number reaching 3 million. Obviously by rules they are not suppose to vote, but I can easily believe the numbers can and were inflated in california due to illegal immigration. Wasn't there a video where ICE officials told Trump that illegals were not being deported because of democrats wanting them to vote?
The burden of proof for 3 million relies on the Trump supporters. However, the reasoning for why there was no voter fraud doesn't convince me at all. So it wasn't debunked. It was never proven in the first place to me so I definately need more evidence regardless. So it's something I hope Trump supporters look into more, but I don't have an opinion beyond that, and I would never say 3 million without evidence.
I voted for Trump. I have very conservative relgious relatives that did not even vote at all. My oldest brother is a militant atheist and this is only the second time he voted for a Republican, he has voted for Nader in the past and a couple Democrats. I believe Trump got less Republican evangelicals that McCain or Romney and less Mormons. Someone also told me southerns overall, but I haven't seen any proof, but I did see him get more % of hispanics and african americans and lower % of evangelicals and mormons...so overall Trump won without the entire Republican Party.
I don't think anyone is denying that voter fraud has occured. After all, there was one case for sure of a voter who tried to vote multiple times, and was caught. And he was even a Trump supporter.
What people (political researchers, etc) are saying is that there's no evidence of large scale voter fraud. And specifically in-person-voter-fraud (which is the most difficult one to get away with), and at such a scale that it would impact the outcome of an election. Roughly 147 million people voted during this election. You'd need around 1,4 million votes to match even 1% of that.
Also, I don't think the supposed issue is that illegal immigrants are voting. Because they would only vote for what they want, just like if they were legal citicens. The accusation is that organisations with an agenda are registering votes using the names of unqualified voters (whether they are dead or whatever) to vote for a specific party. A conspiracy, basically. And while I'm sure these things do happen, experts say that it happening at a large scale is not realistic.