CNN’s Bernstein: We Need a Mechanism By Which People’s Votes Count

‘It’s become almost impossible with this president to have an administration of justice in this country that proceeds in a bipartisan and factual way’

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BERNSTEIN: “It does. We have a larger problem which is that it’s become almost impossible with this president to have an administration of justice in this country that proceeds in a bipartisan and factual way. That the waters are so muddied by his misstatements and also by everything being so highly politicized, particularly by Republican secretaries of state on this question of voter suppression. We need to find a mechanism that somehow the two parties and the people of this country can come together on in which people’s votes count.”

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