GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump caused a stir during Wednesday night’s debate when he said he would keep everyone “in suspense” over decision.

Well, he made one today:

Yes, only if he wins:

“I would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States, that I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election — if I win,” Trump said at his rally in Delaware, Ohio.

He added:

“Of course, I would accept a clear election result, but I would also reserve my right to contest or file a legal challenge in the case of a questionable result.

He again brought up chances of voter fraud. CNN says he continues to repeat these “debunked claims of widespread voter fraud,” but how far off is Trump? Yesterday I reported that Indiana officials have started another investigation into possible voter fraud:

“We ran a report in the Statewide Voter Registration System and found thousands of dates of births and first names were changed. These records were changed on paper forms, at the BMV and online. At this time, my office is not sure why these records were changed, but we have evaluated the Statewide Voter Registration System and have found no indication it has been compromised. We believe this may be a case of voter fraud and have turned our findings over to the State Police, who are currently conducting an investigation into alleged voter fraud.”

The voters found the mistakes when they checked their information at People have to input their name and date of birth, but if either one is wrong, they cannot view their registration, which makes them think they are no longer registered.

The state officials are already investigating possible fraud in 56 countries connected to Patriot Majority US. The group claims the state is trying to eliminate the African American vote and submitted a report to the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department.

Project Veritas released a video that caught Scott Foval, the National Field Director for Americans United for Change, admitting that Democrats have rigged elections for over fifty years.

The Heritage Foundation has been tracking voter fraud in its “Does Your Vote Count” project. The foundation added 16 new cases on October 17 alone, bringing its total to “430 criminal convictions for election fraud.”


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