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Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed Tuesday that past U.S. elections were rigged because of the mail-in ballot schemes.
“In the United States, previous elections were falsified through postal voting…they bought ballots for $10, filled them out, and threw them into mailboxes without any supervision from observers, and that’s it,” Putin said, according to Reuters.
The mainstream media covering Putin’s remarks were quick to accuse Russia’s democratic process of being a “parody of democracy.”
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Former President Donald Trump has consistently pointed out how the 2020 presidential election was rigged through mail-in ballot weaknesses, changing rules in violation of the Constitution, ballot harvesting, manipulating voter rolls, and much more.
Earlier this month, Trump cited The Federalist to lay out how the Democrats stole the 2020 election.
“The 2020 presidential election was unlike any in American history. Hundreds of laws and processes were changed in the months leading up to the election…Powerful tech oligarchs and corrupt propaganda press conspired to keep indisputably important news stories, such as allegations of corruption regarding the Biden family business, hidden from voters in the weeks prior to voting. Information operations were routinely manufactured about President Trump in the closing months of the campaign…The propaganda press have also downplayed Zuckerberg’s staggering $419 million expenditure…The funds were used mostly to register Democrats to vote, encourage Democrats to vote, harvest Democrat ballots, cure defective Democrat ballots, count Democrat ballots, etc. No right-wing billionaire could have gotten away with even thinking about such an operation, but had he, the media would be all over it.”
Putin’s remarks come amid reports Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky asked Switzerland to help broker peace negotiations with Russia — however Russia would not be included in those talks.