In the 2020 U.S. election, Ellen Weintraub of the Federal Election Commission has said there is no evidence of “of any kind of voter fraud”
Following another barrage of unproven allegations from President Donald Trump, she made the claims speaking on CNN.
“Tens of thousands of votes were illegally received after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Election Day, completely and slightly changing the results in Pennsylvania and several other razor-thin states. In addition, hundreds of thousands of votes were illegally not OBSERVED…”Tens of thousands of votes were illegally received, completely and slightly changing the results in Pennsylvania and several other razor-thin states. Moreover, hundreds of thousands of votes were not illegally OBSERVED…
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On Twitter, his tweets held a warning, with the social media giant characterizing the tweet: “Some or all of the content shared in this tweet is controversial and could be misleading about an election or other civil process.”
Speaking on CNN, the commissioner of the Federal Election Commission said there is “no evidence” in the United States of voter fraud.
She said, “There has really been a surge of state and local officials and election officials across the country. And there have been very few complaints about how this election went.”
There are very few legitimate grievances, let me put it that way. There is no proof of voter fraud of any sort.
There is no proof that fraudulent votes have been cast. In fact, and you don’t have to take my word for it, because this election has come out and praised people all over the world, nonpartisan election experts, and how it went.
If you want to look at the state of Pennsylvania, which seems to be the subject of the president’s concern, Senator (Pat) Toomey came out and said he found no signs of wrongdoing there. The Republican state Senate leader also said he saw no signs of fraud.
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She added: “There was really no proof of fraud.” None of the allegations had any proof of fraud attached. We really need to be very proud of ourselves.’
Denmark’s former prime minister also offered some advice to Donald Trump about how to leave office with “honor.”
@realDonaldTrump. Just a little advice… After losing the election, this is the best way to leave office with dignity. Thanks for the frank discussions over the last 4 years. Let’s stay in touch.
Sincerely, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Denmark’s former prime minister. pic.twitter.com/daNQWml11nNQWml11n
– November 6, 2020 – Lars Løkke Rasmussen (@larsloekke)