Media falsely claims there is no evidence of vote fraud

NY Times:

G.O.P. Legislatures Tilt at Voter Fraud Despite No Evidence

Even after failing to find widespread voter fraud, Republican state lawmakers are calling for tighter restrictions on voting based on the perception of tainted ballots.
This is a circular argument used by Democrats to avoid election integrity measures.  While there is absolutely some evidence of vote fraud and there is polling suggesting it could be in the millions, the Democrats object to voter ID laws which would make vote fraud more difficult.  

Their suggestion that requiring ID would result in "voter suppression" is grossly misleading and they are able to produce fewer so-called victims of this than there are actually cases of vote fraud.  Their argument is also racist on its face suggesting that blacks and Hispanics are incapable of doing ordinary functions of life like getting a free ID.

I see the arguments against voter ID as one of bad faith by Democrats who seek to facilitate vote fraud for their candidates.

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