Trump Baselessly States That ‘Election Result May Never Be Accurately Determined’ Minutes After Fox & Friends Segment Airs

Trump Baselessly States That ‘Election Result May Never Be Accurately Determined’ Minutes After Fox & Friends Segment Airs

President Donald Trump baselessly questioned the validity of the November 3rd general election in a Thursday morning tweet that criticized what he called “unsolicited ballots,” and cited the efforts of the pro-Trump political group True the Vote.

The two-part tweet came shortly after a Fox & Friends segment aired an interview with Catherine Engelbrecht, founder, and president of the True the Vote whose mission is to “restore the confidence in our election process.”

Amid the public health emergency and risks posed by entering high-trafficked and crowded indoor environments like many polling locations and the easy spread of Covid-19, mail-in voting has become a lightning rod of controversy between those who want to make voting more accessible and those who see it as rife with fraud. There is very little evidence that mail-in voting has been exploited in the past, however.

But Englebrecht told Fox & Friends host Ainsley Earhardt that she sees mail-in voting as “engineered chaos” and explained her True the Vote effort “is part of a plan to open up legal battlefields nationwide.” She then explained that she is trying to “recruit, train, and mobilize citizens, we litigate and fought many of these states already this year that are trying to change the rules just to cause added confusion, added chaos.”

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Source: Mediaite