Maria Bartiromo talks ‘election integrity,’ Gingrich boldly goes there: ‘Assume the machine will steal’

Fox News anchor Maria Bartiromo infuriated the left by daring to question election integrity once again, only this time she didn’t mention a company and was backed up by political commentator Newt Gingrich who claimed that we need to assume the leftist election machine will continue to steal votes.

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Bartiromo is evidently not backing down from discussing voter fraud no matter how much the left has tried to strongarm everyone into staying mum on the subject.

On Bartiromo’s “Sunday Morning Futures” she brought up the topic by asking guest Robert Cahaly, the founder of Trafalgar voting group, “How much do you factor in potential voter fraud when you come up with your polling?”

Cahaly also parsed his words carefully without naming a specific jurisdiction, alluding to voter fraud involving older voters casting ballots.

“What we’re having to do is look back at the last few years and come up with the number of votes that seem to come in that are kind of untraceable. People that tend to vote that you don’t seem to be able to contact. And so, you build a model based on how many of these are going to happen. And unfortunately, in this day and age, when you have to build that model, what you have to do is — they’re all going to vote one way,” he answered.

“But you have to figure out how many people are going to participate who are just not going to be available for you to call. The 95-year-old guy in the news … doesn’t watch news or anything, who has a ballot requested in his name and doesn’t know there’s an election. He’s going to vote. We know how he’s going to vote now,” Cahaly noted.

Bartiromo then turned to Gingrich who was chomping at the bit to give his opinion on voter fraud, “Are the Republicans doing enough to ensure a free and fair election in 2024?”

That’s when Gingrich dropped a bomb broaching voter fraud and sparking outrage from the left.

“I think it’s probably almost impossible under current law to ensure an accurate election,” Gingrich declared. “And I think the only Republican strategy, in the long run, is to pick issues and win by margins so big that they can still win if you have a very close election. Democrats have a passion for stealing them.”

He then ran with Cahaly’s line of reasoning on older voters having their votes stolen.

“When you have the local union, which takes care of people in a nursing home going in to vote, the people who literally don’t cognitively know what they’re doing, that union is going to vote every single one of them for a Democrat no matter what their personal beliefs were,” Gingrich asserted. “In states dominated by Democrats like New York, Illinois, California, you just have to assume that the machine will steal as much as it can.”

“Wow!” Bartiromo responded, surprised at getting the blunt truth for once.

Mediate was quick to point out that during a December 2020 broadcast, Bartiromo claimed “an intelligence source” told her former President Trump “did in fact win the [2020] election” and that “there was election fraud” as was breathlessly reported by Media Matters.

The recently settled Dominion Voting Systems defamation suit was not mentioned. It appears that conservatives have learned a hard lesson regarding carefully crafting their speech on Fox News and in other places so they can still express their opinions and beliefs without running afoul legally of the leftist political machine.

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