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Sarah Palin Defends Trump 'Rigged' Fears: 'Dead People Can Vote'

Sarah Palin Defends Trump 'Rigged' Fears: 'Dead People Can Vote'

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By    |   Monday, 07 November 2016 04:43 PM

Sarah Palin, on the stump Monday for Donald Trump in the crucial battleground state of Ohio, defended the GOP presidential nominee's warning that voting could be rigged against him.

At a restaurant and bar in Anderson Township, the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee said fears about possible voter fraud should be taken seriously, USA Today reported.

"Of course he gets crucified by the press saying he's conspiratorial or something, saying there could be voter fraud," she said, the outlet reported. "Well, primaries can be fixed, and debate questions can be fixed, and dead people can vote."

She also thanks Trump supporters gathered at the Anderson Pub & Grill, USA Today reported.

"You guys are just the heartland, really, of America," she said. "Hard working, unpretentious, patriotic, not expecting much from your government. You want it off your back, you want it on your side. That’s not asking for much."

Trump is 3.5 percentage points ahead in an averaging of polling in the state by Real Clear Politics.

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Sarah Palin, on the stump Monday for Donald Trump in the crucial battleground state of Ohio, defended the GOP presidential nominee's warning that voting could be rigged against him.
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