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MoreIts a question that will be asked over and over again in the months to come: What can be done. What can be done about those who have committed mass voter fraud in order to sway the 2016 presidential election against Donald Trump. Even though there have been reports of voter fraud, the issue has not been a major issue in this campaign. Trump won the election fair and square, and the only way to prove it is to follow through and investigate. In the meantime, the Trump administration has asked for the publics help to identify and prosecute those who did partake in voter fraud. The president-elect himself has said that he will rely on the help of the American people. The Trump transition team has put out a call for anyone with information about voter fraud to come forward to get your life back and come forward to help the nation find these voters who stole the election from Donald J. It seems like voter fraud is a concern, but its never been proven that its a pervasive and dangerous problem in U. Its also a fair question: Should the government be prosecuting people who engage in this activity. There is nothing stopping people who are not acting in bad faith from turning in those who did vote illegally in the election. In fact, people have been prosecuted for the crime of voting fraud in the past. Weve covered numerous instances of people being prosecuted for voter fraud in the past, even though the law is not quite as stringent as it should be. The federal government is in the business of fighting terrorism, foreign agents, and other serious threats. It is not in the business of prosecuting a relatively simple crime such as voter fraud. Moreover, the whole process would be a complete waste of everyones time and resources. A lot of what we know about voter fraud comes from a lawsuit brought by the Justice Department against Pennsylvania in the 2000 presidential election. The lawsuit charged several people in the state with voting more than once. This caused a lot of uproar, and ultimately, none of those people were prosecuted. So why should we care about voter fraud if we are not concerned about terrorism. Because we can easily prosecute someone who votes in some way that is illegal and is intent on changing the outcome of a presidential election. We dont have to spend many staff hours chasing down someone who probably voted for the candidate they dont support, or simply forgot their ballot. In a lot of ways, the election of Donald Trump will be seen as a kind of victory for those who wanted to keep America a meritocracy, where everyone was judged on their qualifications and not their wealth. This victory will probably lead to many more people taking a hard line on voter fraud, since they.

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