I'm not trying to be argumentative or dismissive but attributing what your pointing out to election fraud is speculation (thats what I was referring to), we must have evidence imho (is this really controversial?).
I'm on your side when I see sound evidence to make the case.
Until then, I've yet to see anyone make an evidence backed case (but I admittedly dont have time to read/watch everything on the planet) which is essential because we cannot change the standard of innocent until proven guilty when it suits us, even if things seem to stink to high heaven.
I thoroughly agree we need a transparent, unbiased election system with checks and balances that make it virtually fraud/cheat-proof and that discussion & evaluation should be taking place publicly on an ongoing basis but I suspect politicians from both sides dont want what is best for the voting process but what is best for their party thus all the angst and nonsense like people running for office being in charge of elections, etc, etc
Not disagreeing with you. But you can't let elections like this stand. People have to answer for the abortion that happened in Arizona where over 30% of the election hardware malfunctioned and affected mostly conservative voters. There has to be consequences to keep the system honest.