Earlier this month, the Rasmussen polling firm found that 55 percent of all Americans (and 75 percent of Republicans) believe cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. So yesterday we asked readers what they believed.

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Here is a sample of the responses we received.

“There is no doubt that the Democrat Party has been using questionable tactics to win elections for a long, long time.  The real question should be, ‘Has there ever been an election where the Democrats haven’t cheated?’” – Patrick Bell

“Yes, there was cheating in the 2020 presidential election. I don’t know how anyone who has seen the documentary, 2000 Mules, could believe otherwise.  Was it enough to swing the election? I’m not convinced.” – Kim Brittain

“Though the fraud was facilitated by activist courts, it was the Republican-dominated legislatures of AZ, WI, MI, PA and Ga that betrayed their constituents by rolling over and not defending their Constitutional prerogatives.” – Jack Boteler

“With all the well-documented irregularities and outright fraud that occurred in the last election, anyone who doesn’t believe that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 election is as brain-dead as the current occupant of the White House.” – Terry Fokas

“I’ve seen some of the evidence, but when I watched the returns and saw 70,000 votes disappear on live TV that’s all I needed to be convinced.” – Stacey Pauley

“The Democrats have proven time after time that they, like our other enemies, operate on the premise of the ends justify the means. The gloves are off and we need to wake up to the fact that we are in a fight not a disagreement.” – Ken Bintliff

“I believe cheating occurred at the polls. The overwhelming amount of cheating though that changed the course of the election was the press covering up the issues, specifically Hunter Biden laptop!” – Sheree Rose

“Fraud, cheating, illegal voting, however you wish to put it, most certainly played a role in the outcome of the 2020 election. … It is painfully evident that there was cheating!” – Roger Taylor

“The party of the morally bankrupt criminal class has always had a history of cheating, they just outdid themselves in 2020.” – Jane Kappes

“There is no doubt that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 election.” – Dave Clark

“As long as integrity is bypassed for results, cheating will affect the outcome of elections.” – Arthur Potter

“By illegally and unconstitutionally manipulating and changing state and local election laws, rules, and regulations, Progressives/Democrats used mail-in ballots as the means to commit election fraud.” – Michael Wooten

“If at least 50 percent of [the media] was honest, the 55 percent who believe that cheating in 2020 took place would be much higher!” – John R. Makow

“2020 was definitely stolen. No one has been held accountable despite overwhelming evidence. I’m fed up with this two tiered justice system in America.” – Jack Smith

“Any serious observer of American political elections would conclude that the election was fraudulently decided.” – Don Estes

“If it was a fair election, why can’t we get a full hearing on the data?” – Scott Jones

“Courts have established the fact that illegal voting occurred in critical races. Cheating affects outcomes. The greater outrage is the justice system’s failure to fully investigate and impose meaningful consequences on the lawbreakers.” – Mark Juelg
“As a retired CPA I think we lacked sufficient internal control over the mail ballot to render an opinion. Oregon, the first all mail voting state also had a rule where you needed 50% plus of the registered voters to pass a bond measure. It took a few years but the powers that be figured out they needed to clean up the registration rolls if they ever wanted to see another bond passed.” – Mike Tayloe

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