Tom Fitton: 'The left is desperate to keep rules in place that undermine confidence in elections'
"Federal law means the elections have to take place on one day," Fitton said.
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton says that the left is making sure that voters don't have confidence in future elections going forward.
"The left is desperate to keep these rules in place that undermine confidence in the elections," Fitton said on the Tuesday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "The left says they're in favor of democracy. Then why are they messing with it by changing the rules in such a way that undermine the rule of law here?
"Federal law means the elections have to take place on one day," Fitton continued. "You cast...the ballots and the ballots are received...by Election Day. And the idea that it just happens for weeks after Election Day, is the opposite of clean and honest elections."
Fitton referenced an example of why people don't trust the election process.
"The Democratic Party in Illinois was represented by Mark Elias — the controversial former Clinton campaign lawyer involved with the RussiaGate fraud," Fitton stated. And, you know, his firm lost and his client lost."
With the news of Elon Musk recently purchasing Twitter, Fitton says that he has seen some improvement on the social media site.
"I've gotten 50,000 new followers since the announcement was made," Fitton stated. "I suspect for every leftist celebrity that leaves Twitter because there's more freedom on the site, you're going to have tens of thousands of Americans coming back to the site, because Musk is promising a robust debate."
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