President Trump’s recent comments about voting in New Hampshire were received with criticism from FEC chair Ellen Weintraub, who said that kind of allegation “undermines our democracy”:
"There is no evidence of rampant voter fraud in 2016," says FEC chair Ellen Weintraub. "To be suggesting to people that if the candidate they choose doesn't win, that it's because of fraud, that undermines our democracy."https://t.co/ACJVwMUV7u pic.twitter.com/9eXaEB6NZm
— New Day (@NewDay) August 19, 2019
Gee, where has that kind of criticism been in the last couple of years?
— BT (@back_ttys) August 19, 2019
Concerns about voter fraud must only be considered valid if it comes from Democrats:
Continues to be a dangerous threat to the democratic process. https://t.co/zMI1gTamEs
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) August 19, 2019
And Hillary once thought so too:
— VaIarMorghuIis (@Appeal2DaStone) August 19, 2019
Well, she agreed until election night 2016 at least.
What about calling out Stacey Abrams for her claims of voter fraud. https://t.co/4VQTlVTzET
— Darlene Krause (@darlenekrause35) August 19, 2019
cc: Stacey Abrams https://t.co/om3VXBDYdb
— IT Guy (@ITGuy1959) August 19, 2019
So why are you ppl going around saying russia hacked the election? You cant have it both ways. https://t.co/tOUgPrDhjF
— GodandtheBear (@GodandtheBear) August 19, 2019
Narrator: But they wanted it both ways.