Socialist Pedro Castillo has been named Peru's next president, having narrowly defeated right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori in a tense runoff election, marred by allegations of fraud, protests, and an extremely long vote count.
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Weird how socialists always win those "weeks long" vote counts.

Plenty of time to manufacture however many votes they need.

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Did they use Dominion™ voting machines?

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It took weeks to count the vote you say and the socialist "won?"

Was this one of those instances where votes kept materializing until the socialist got enough to win?

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Wow USA was ahead of a country like Peru with stealing an election?

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Sure.....the commie country hater won an election......

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You would think that with electronic voting the results would be quick, but we're discovering that just the opposite is true, which seems that something lengthy is happening in the background to delay the process, just like in the US it's a mystery, wonder what could be causing such long delays?

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Democracy doesn't work with stupid crooked population

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Yeah right, does anybody believe this guy won? Just like Biden

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Always assume the Socialist cheated to win an election. At least Lenin just discarded the elections results he didn't like...

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If counting the votes take longer than voting, there is a problem. Counting votes should never take more than a day, and if so, it is because of fraudulent acts of the people counting.

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