Megyn Kelly says Donald Trump should quit while he’s ahead. Maybe she should take her own advice.
Kelly badgered Katrina Pierson about Trump’s claims of voter fraud after Hillary Clinton joined Jill Stein‘s absurd campaign to recount votes in several swing states.
Stein and Clinton are suggesting that voter fraud may have played a role in Trump’s victory. The president-elect added fuel to the fire by tweeting that he won the popular vote if you exclude the illegals who voted.
Megyn Kelly asked Pierson why Trump is questioning the vote when he won. “Donald Trump may be the first president in U.S. history to question the legitimacy of the election he won,” Kelly said.
“Why isn’t it enough for him that he won the electoral college? Why does he have to make up information that he also won the popular vote, which he lost?”
Pierson replied: “Mr. Trump is not questioning the legitimacy of the election. He’s questioning the popular vote.”
Kelly then asked what evidence Trump has that millions of people voted illegally. Pierson pointed out that “there have been incidents” of voter fraud over the years.
In Colorado, there have been multiple instances of dead people voting. A woman named Sara Sosa who died in 2009 arose from the dead to vote in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Washington Times reported.
Similarly, 1,046 illegal aliens successfully registered to vote in Virginia recently.
Democratic strategist Mo Elleithee admitted that Clinton’s own research indicated that Trump won fair and square, but she wants to stay in the fray. Just in case.
“[The Clinton camp] said that they did their own due diligence over the past few weeks … and they did not find any actionable evidence of any sort of widespread voter fraud,” Elleithee. “But if someone else is going to put forward this recount, they’re going to have lawyers in the room.”
— Varney & Co. (@Varneyco) November 28, 2016
Multiple experts say there’s no way the election would be overturned, which suggests the only reason why Clinton and Stein are banging the “recount” drums is to de-legitimize Trump’s presidency.
“She conceded the election,” Mo Elleithee said. “Her campaign has said, ‘We don’t think this election will get overturned.’ They’ve said Donald Trump will be the president come January 20th. ”
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