How elections in America are stolen

By Edward Achorn

The traditional method of stealing close elections in America is to count the votes after the election, determine the number of ballots needed to win, and flood the ballot boxes with a greater number of dubious or fraudulent ballots.

Lyndon Baines Johnson complained he lost a special election for Senate in 1941 by that method.

He was admonished by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, a big supporter.

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