So, if Trey Trainor, the Chairman of the Federal Election Commission, says voter fraud is taking place, a) why is this not being covered, and b) why is Twitter calling allegations of fraud “disputed? “ https://t.co/Up4BGqKS2m
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 12, 2020
Chair of the Federal Election Committee Trey Trainor appeared on Newsmax TV’s National Report, shortly after the election to discuss voter fraud.
He said he felt fraud was taking place in places observers were not allowed to monitor vote counts – a process that is allowed by law.
“I do believe that there is voter fraud taking place in these places,” [Trainor] said. “Otherwise they would allow the observers to go in.”
“They have not been allowed that meaningful access,” he said, adding there has not been transparency in the election.
“Our whole political system is based upon transparency to avoid the appearance of corruption,” he said pointing out that Pennsylvania and other states are not conducting counting in a transparent manner.
“State law allows those observers to be in there,” [Trainor] said…adding if the law isn’t being followed then this election is “illegitimate.”
He said the lawsuits filed by the Trump campaign are “very valid allegations” that need to be “fully vetted” by the court system. He predicts some of the legal challenges will likely end up in the Supreme Court.
Watch Trainor’s Newsmax interview in its entirety here.