GOP Election Lawyer: There’s No Evidence of Fraud and Rigging with Mail-In Voting

‘If you’re gonna make this sweeping allegations, you have to have the evidence’

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GINSBERG: "The rhetoric is a problem. We’ve never had a president of the United States who has called our elections rigged and fraudulent. I’ve been working precincts and national Election Day operations for 38 years. And the evidence to back up a claim that our elections are rigged or fraudulent simply is not there. And that has a pernicious influence on people accepting the credibility of the results. Popular acceptance of the results is a pillar, the bedrock of the democracy. So it’s dangerous to make sweeping allegations like that without evidence."

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