Looks like massive vote fraud may have occurred with absentee ballots in North Carolina

The very close North Carolina gubernatorial election may very well have been decided by vote fraud with absentee ballots.  This might explain why Democrats say that vote fraud doesn't occur. According to Matt Vespa at Townhall.com:
The North Carolina gubernatorial election between incumbent Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper has triggered a recount, with Cooper ahead by 5,000 votes. Many more ballots are to be counted, but the whole process is fraught with controversy. Cortney wrote earlier today that there could be some funny business with the vote counts in Durham and Bladen counties. Now, McCrory’s campaign site said they’ve filed election protests in 11 more counties:
Formal protests are being filed to challenge potentially fraudulent absentee ballots cast for Roy Cooper and other Democrats in 11 additional counties. These protests follow the discovery of a North Carolina Democrat Party-funded political action committee which appears to have paid individuals to fill out and witness hundreds of fraudulent absentee ballots for Democrats including Roy Cooper in Bladen County.
This has happened lots of times before.  Here are a couple of past examples, though the Pennsylvania one is most interesting.



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