In a development anyone could have predicted, the new “Voter Fraud” units in Virginia, Georgia, and Florida, created to address MAGA voter “concerns” after Trump lost the 2020 election, have no significant investigations ongoing in the wake of the midterms, the AP reports.
“I am not aware of any significant detection of fraud on Election Day, but that’s not surprising. The whole concept of voter impersonation fraud is such a horribly exaggerated problem. It doesn’t change the outcome of the election, it’s a felony, you risk getting put in jail and you have a high possibility of getting caught. It’s a rare phenomena,” said Campaign Legal Center VP Paul Smith. “It’s a myth that’s created so they can justify making it harder for people to vote,” he added.