And then when I give a faithful effort of the 600,000 that was testified to in court, backed by extensive examination of the lists of registered voters versus the lists of those with acceptable Photo IDs (DLs, passports, etc.) and then have the intellectual honesty to recognize the number isn't exact but will probably vary some amount from the point estimate, THAT is the figure you "don't buy" but you do buy baseless assertions made by no one in court, EVER.
That's the number testified to in court by the former guy in Texas who headed up elections for a couple of decades or so. If you have a better estimate, please cite it! And then you should give that number to the State of Texas who can't seem to find that estimate either, and to the GOP in PA who recognized in court the number was roughly zero, etc.The real issue is the intellectual dishonesty in your approach. You are asking me to buy a given number plus or minus 200K, while at the same touting a alleged count of two cases of impersonation fraud. I really don't think anyone is stupid enough to believe the numbers are that low in any state, much less Texas. Not that it matters. No citizen who is legally entitled to vote is disenfranchised by having to show a valid photo ID.