Trump now says voter fraud fine if it helps him win
Trump said during a Cleveland rally that it wouldn’t be so bad if illegally-cast ballots helped him win.
Maybe they’ll vote for Trump, I don’t know, maybe I shouldn’t be saying that,” he said, shrugging and egging the crowd on. “I may be hurting myself, you’re right. You’re right. Maybe they’re going to vote for Trump. All right, let’s forget that. It’s okay for them to do it.”
The statement came as Trump accused Democrats of relying on votes of undocumented immigrants and dead people. There is no evidence to suggest that either constituency turns up to the polls and votes on election day.
“Are these people playing games with us? Right? ‘Oh, it doesn’t take place.’ These are the people that negotiate our trade deals,” he said. “These are the people that don’t know what’s going on in real life or these are the people that are just playing games with you. There is the issue of voter fraud. Isn’t it amazing how they say, ‘There’s no voter fraud.’ Folks, it’s a rigged system, and it’s a rigged election, believe me.”