Chris Wallace: ‘There Just Isn’t a History of Fraud with Mail-In Voting’
WALLACE: "Well, I mean, there are two points I’d make about that. One, I've looked into it at considerable length, so have a lot of other groups, there just isn’t a history of fraud with mail-in voting. There are fewer than 1,000 cases since 2000 with billions of votes cast. I think that is for 400 or 500 cases, and all of them very minor. And the fraud doesn’t particularly advantage one party or the other. You see in some cases Utah, where it couldn’t be a more red state, has all mail-in voting, and it doesn’t seem, when you vote, that it goes for one party over the other and it doesn’t seem to be fraud in one direction or the other. And I guess the other point I would make, the President says we voted in World War I and we voted in World War II — yes, those were huge crises for the country, but it had nothing to do with voting. People weren’t going to get attacked by the Germans because they were voting. But there is a danger obviously of COVID and the spread of the disease with voting in person this time. So I’m not quite sure I understand the point there when it comes to people voting during world wars."