The New York Times: Data shows Virginia voters also defeated Dems’ “easy to cheat” laws

On November 2, Virginians soundly rejected progressive anti-family, anti-American policies and their advocates. Just as important is the climate in which they did it. In recent years, majority state Democrats made 60 changes to VA voting laws that made it easier to cheat as ID laws were loosened, ballot trafficking was made legal, no excuse absentees ballots were available with 45 days to vote. Even within this enhanced ability for liberals to cheat that Republican candidates were elected. More from the New York Times.s

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