How will we know that the election results were rigged?

“How exactly would we know if the results were rigged? The burden of proof is usually the responsibility of the complainant. Should there be a recount of votes and go through the “COMELEC process” which will take years to complete and by the time it is completed, it is near the end of the complainant’s term?”

Ika nga ni Ompong

There were prior allegations that the election result was rigged when Ramos won over Santiago and Arroyo against Poe. There were also some reported allegations of election rigging on the senatorial, congressional, and local seats. And then we had the mother of all election rigging during the time of Marcos versus Aquino when a number of COMELEC employees walked out during a counting process.

How exactly would we know if the results were rigged? The burden of proof is usually the responsibility of the complainant. Should there be a recount of votes and go through the “COMELEC process” which will take years to complete and by the time it is completed, it is near the end of the complainant’s term?

Is the turn out of supporters during a candidate’s campaign a good barometer to say that the elections results were rigged if the candidate did not win? Well, all of…

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5 thoughts on “How will we know that the election results were rigged?

  1. Ompong, call me crazy but I don’t believe it is possible to prove in many instances whether it is in your country or mine that the candidates are full of it, paid for votes or whatever else yo can think of. As a Christian, I believe that the Bible is 100% correct in stating that the heart of a man is desperatley wicked.

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