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Do you believe widespread fraud changed the result of the 2020 presidential election?

Do you believe widespread fraud changed the result of the 2020 presidential election?

Yes

7

No

2

Yes

Do you believe widespread fraud changed the result of the 2020 presidential election?
7 Comments
Vernon Taylor
2
Vernon Taylor

We've reached the point that whether or not there was actually fraud, we believe, and know, there is no type of criminal and illegal behavior Democrats will not engage in.

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Max DeYoung
2
Max DeYoung

Why would anyone question the outcome of the election? There were only 15 million more votes counted, than there were eligible voters.

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Joy Vagedes
2
Joy Vagedes

Bc Democrats would do anything to get elected and they hated trump ao much and his voters for wanting democracy instead of socialism which is what they want for this great country

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FiestyQgrl
2
FiestyQgrl

The Certificates of Accreditations were not signed by the Chairperson and the dates of Accreditation we're not within the two year scope outlined in the EAC VSTL Program Manual and the HAVA ACT 2002

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Harry D
2
Harry D

Water main breaks that did not happen. Cardboard over windows, GOP observers not allowed to observe, suitcases of ballots under the table, truck loads of ballots arriving days later, ballots run through the scanner repeatedly. Mail in ballots photocopied. Ballot harvesting. Ballots not signed

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Lisa Gore
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Lisa Gore

Fox News called Arizona for Biden with only 11% of their vote in, Trump was ahead 59%. The votes were flipping in real-time in states like GA and Pennsylvania on the air as I sat & watched with a friend who was in Liberty, MO. Columbia got CTCL money. Zuckersuck $647,000, it happened here too.

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No

Do you believe widespread fraud changed the result of the 2020 presidential election?
2 Comments
Dennis Winingear
0
Dennis Winingear

His lying,unremoresful ways and his arrogance of people of color.

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Andy Miller
0
Andy Miller

Because thousands of independent audits don’t lie

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Max DeYoung
Max DeYoung

They were not Audits, they just recounted the same counterfeit ballots.

Should businesses be barred from mandating coronavirus vaccination for employees?

Should businesses be barred from mandating coronavirus vaccination for employees?

Yes

5

No

1

Yes

Should businesses be barred from mandating coronavirus vaccination for employees?
5 Comments
Mark Cunningham
0
Mark Cunningham

It is a fact that vaccines are not 100% effective, they only lessen the symptoms in some. It is one thing to require a vaccine that is 100% effective, but requiring a vaccine that is not close to that AND given the fact they may find another for the recent virus, it does not warrant a mandate.

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Max DeYoung
0
Max DeYoung

Private businesses are not allowed to practice medicine, with or without a License.

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Will Mason
0
Will Mason

what other medical procedure are mandate supporters think employers should be allowed to mandate? How about employer mandated exercise? Would that be ok too?

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Lisa Gore
0
Lisa Gore

No job owner or business has a conservatorship over me choosing what medical therapy or gene therapy that would force me to do what they say, no right to my private health info, nor my health history. That is unconstitutional. My proof: The US Constitution.

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Harry D
0
Harry D

At this point COVID is no more dangerous than the common flu. There is widespread natural immunity and many people have succumbed to the 24-7 media (who take $$$ from big pharma) hype and have gotten the experimental gene therapy. Even the CDC says only 6% of the deaths are caused BY COVID. LGB

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No

Should businesses be barred from mandating coronavirus vaccination for employees?
1 Comment
Fredrick Green
0
Fredrick Green

Private businesses should have the choice of what they want to do. It's rheue business not ours If someone disagrees with that they can shop somewhere else.

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Should state employees get a pay raise?

Should state employees get a pay raise?

Yes

8

No

0

Yes

8 Comments
Fredrick Green
2
Fredrick Green

The state of Missouri ranks dead last in teacher pay and state worker pay across the country. State workers, like me, are handed heavy workloads and have immense responsibilities in our work. While I love my job it is drastically overdue for state workers to recieve a raise to retain good employees.

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AFrederick Louisiana
1
AFrederick Louisiana

You want services, the LEAST you can do is 1.5 percent below current inflation. They need more than 5.5 or it just kicks the can a few months down the road.

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Max DeYoung
1
Max DeYoung

Yes they should. But it has to be greater than 7% inflation rate (and 7% is a bogus number.)

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Adam Schrader
1
Adam Schrader

Corrections is the largest dept in the state. Yet they're the second lowest paid corrections dept of every state and has the 8th highest inmate population. They desperately need a raise

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Stacy Hoover
1
Stacy Hoover

State employees are essential to keep the state going. Wages are going up every where the state should follow suit.

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Mark Nunn
1
Mark Nunn

Because we are one of the lowest paid out of all 50 states and it is hard for us to find or keep good employees at our current salary.

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Harry D
1
Harry D

With all the Biden inflation, caused by .gov printing trillions of dollars out of thin air in the failed COVID response, they need a raise. Gov workers with all their vacation days and great benefits should be paid less than the equivalent private sector job. I am not sure that is the case. LGB

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No

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