Kayleigh McEnany runs through the shocking allegations of voter fraud revealed in 234 pages of signed and sworn affidavits.
People’s confidence and integrity in any vote counting. Just common sense. Thank you. Kayleigh McEnany now says in 2016, they’ve actually gone back and looked, 1% of mail-in ballots were rejected.
> Sean: If you look at that margin, they could tip the scales in the following states: Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Georgia. Kayleigh McEnany is going to join us in a second, in Wisconsin, the rejection rate was 2%. About 23,000 ballots. That’s less than the margin the president would need to make up the difference. Here with reaction, RNC chairwoman Ronna Mcdaniel and White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany. Let’s start with you, explain with those percentages mean and explain, you are in the process of getting these affidavits. For example, you brought a pile of them with you tonight.
>> That’s right, I did. We keep hearing the drumbeat of where’s the evidence? Right here, Sean. 234 pages of sworn affidavits. Real people, real allegations, signed with notaries who are alleging the following, among other contentions. They are alleging this is one county, Wayne county, Michigan. They are saying there was a batch of ballots where 60% had the same signature. They are saying that 35 ballots had no voter record but they were counted anyway. 50 ballots were run multiple times through a tabulation machine, that one woman said her son was deceased but nevertheless somehow voted. These are one of many allegations in one county, county no less wear poll watchers were in many cases threatened with racial harassment, they were pushed out of the way, and Democrat challengers were handing out documents, how to distract G.O.P. Challengers.