Matt Schlapp: Just Because the Voter Fraud Cases Were Lost, It Doesn’t Mean They Were Not Good Cases

‘Just because you fail in court doesn’t mean you don’t have a good case’

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SCHLAPP: "You’re right, they did fail. But guess what? You know this, you’re a good lawyer. Just because you fail in court doesn’t mean you don’t have a good case. It means you lost in court. And the fact remains that you can say it wasn’t enough voter fraud. I don’t think any voter fraud is acceptable. I actually think we should try to get rid of all of it. You should never be able to vote through the mail in this country without somebody on the other side making sure it was you —"
CUOMO: "Georgia state officials —"
SCHLAPP: " — and making sure that you're a registered voter."

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