Right-wing conspiracies have a new target: a tool that fights actual voter fraud

If Republicans over the past few years have made one thing clear, it’s that they really care about voter fraud. Sometimes they call it “election irregularities” or “shenanigans” but the issue has become a calling card for a party whose voters by and large falsely think elections in the U.S. are tainted. Which is what makes a currently blossoming election conspiracy so strange: The far-right is now running a disinformation campaign against one of the best tools states have to detect and prevent voter fraud. And experts worry voting policy is already starting to suffer as a result. Miles Parks, NPR.

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