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Monday, October 24, 2016

A 2008 campaign video has surfaced proving Barack Obama is a complete hypocrite and liar when it comes to election rigging and voter fraud.

In a press conference back in August, President Barack Obama was asked, “Can you promise the American people that this election will be conducted in a fair way?” Barack Obama responded, “Of course the elections will not be rigged, what does that mean?”

Obama goes on to say, “If Mr. Trump is suggesting that there is a conspiracy theory that is being propagated across the country including in places like Texas where typically it’s not Democrats who are in charge of voting booths, that’s ridiculous, that doesn’t make any sense and I don’t think anyone would take that seriously.”

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However, just eight years ago when Barack Obama was still a Senator and a Presidential candidate, he was singing a very different tune.

He was asked on the campaign trail in New Philadelphia, Ohio, “I would just like to know what you can say to reassure us that this election will not be rigged or stolen.”

Obama responded, “It helps in Ohio that we got Democrats in charge of the machines.”

He continued, “I come from Chicago, so I want to be honest, it’s not as if it’s just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have to. Whenever people are in power, they have this tendency to tilt things in their direction.”

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Isn’t that curious? Barack Obama admits people in power want to tilt elections in their direction and that Democrats have “monkeyed around with elections.” But now he is calling that ridiculous?

Does this guy really think he can pull the wool over the American people’s eyes again?

It won’t happen this time!

Share if you will make sure Democrats Don’t RIG the Elections!

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