Pretty much anything that isn't against the laws of physics happens. So it's pointless. There's absolutely no evidence that it's a widespread issue.
In 2016, there were 4 people arrested for voter fraud. None of them voted for Democrats.
Of course, Democrats admit voter fraud happens. If you think they don't, you're being lied to. The argument that Democrats make is that it's so incredibly rare that fixing the problem costs more than having it go.
Voter ID Laws's aren't suppression, the problem is ensuring that those ID's are available to everyone citizen who should have the right to vote.
I didn't deny that Democrats wanted to give criminals voting rights, what I said is it has nothing to do with voter fraud.
Democrats want to give criminals voting rights, because they are citizens and should be allowed to participate.
Are you suggesting democrats don't want to deal with voter fraud because its a waste of resources? Its refreshing to see them care about spending. Any who, I'm glad we moved the discussion from it not being a thing to not a serious thing.
Right, we don't disagree on the voter ID thing. But the left likes to claim even getting a state ID is too much of an obstacle for some people. They will always fight voter IDs.
I was using the criminal voting thing as an example of dems looking wherever they can for more support. I guess they find that easier than appealing to the working class like they used to. And again, they waste more time attacking people that support republicans as opposed to trying to win their support.