Tue. Jan 31st, 2023

Amy Walter:

Like, we have heard in so many of these states, these Republican-controlled states, from leaders there, it is this idea that voters in their states don’t believe that the election in 2020 was — whether there was fraud, that there were invalid ballots cast, the sense that, overall, that the election was not conducted in a way that gives them a feeling of security.

Now, we know that that’s not really the case, right? We have had multiple instances of the courts and of recounts and of going through so many of these states, the actual cast ballots, finding no fraud, no problems.

In fact, it is remarkable to me, Amna, that, in the middle of a pandemic, in the middle of a time where we had more people voting than ever before, record turnout, that everything went as smoothly as it did.

And yet, because the former president, Trump, continues to argue that this not a fair election, there are many, many voters out there, Republican voters, who believe that this election was marred by that and they need to change the rules.

By rahul