CNN's Brianna Keilar pushes back on Trump campaign claims of voter fraud

CNN's Brianna Keilar fact checks Trump campaign senior adviser Mercedes Schlapp's position that mail in voting can lead to election fraud. Aside from being condescending, snotty, and know-it-all, she was dismissive of genuine concerns of the American people, the integrity of the vote, and lost her crap like ten times.

And I’m free to use the word crap, because she did too, amid all her talking over of Mercedes Schlapp. It’s really unbelievable, and this is just a small part of it.

“You’re saying that voter fraud is a thing, and I’m telling you that it’s not.”

The same network that thinks Russia hacked the 2016 election says concerns about voter fraud are “a bunch of crap.”

CNN’s White House correspondent Jim Acosta asserted: “Trying to establish a claim between mail-in balloting and widespread voter fraud when there isn’t a proven connection… is one of the president’s oldest lies.”

According to Twitter’s very first anti-Trump disclaimer, “fact-checkers say there is no evidence that mail-in ballots are linked to voter fraud.”

President Trump’s enemies are either insensate or, more likely, lying through their clenched teeth when they assert that vote fraud does not exist, particularly concerning mail-in ballots.

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