Sen. Braun speaks out on importance of probing voter fraud
UPDATED 11:34 AM PT – Monday, December 7, 2020
Sen. Mike Braun (R-Ind.) recently emphasized the importance of investigating voter fraud in the 2020 election amid President Trump’s ongoing legal battles highlighting the issue.
In an interview Sunday, the Republican lawmaker stressed dismissing alleged irregularities without looking into them would leave more than half of the country uncertain about the election’s outcome. He said 100,000 absentee ballots, which were not requested by voters, were cast in Wisconsin alone.
Braun asserts not adequately probing voter fraud would undermine democracy.
“If you don’t at least give a perfunctory kind of investigation into it, whether it’s December 14th and what happens beyond, you’re going to have a good part of the country — it’s over 50 percent — that view that something is amiss. And that’s going to carry forward in terms of undermining a democracy. I just don’t think that if you say — if you don’t pursue it, overturn every stone, this is going to linger into the future.”
This comes as President trump and his campaign continue to challenge election results in multiple states alleging widespread voter fraud.
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