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WATCH: Fox’s Will Cain Says There May Not Be Enough Evidence in Courts But Legislators Should Still Change to Pro-Trump Electors

There is no doubt that Donald Trump lost the 2020 election. In fact, it wasn’t even all that close. There also isn’t any proof of widespread fraud. And for that reason, Donald Trump’s legal team has suffered multiple humiliating losses in courts.

The writing has been on the wall for weeks, but Trump and his enablers still haven’t given up on their hopes to steal the election. During a Monday morning segment, Will Cain said it doesn’t matter if there is enough evidence to overturn the election in courts. The Fox News host said that state legislatures still have enough evidence to change to electors who will vote for Trump.

Cain began, “In an unprecedented election in American history, with the highest percentage of mail-in balloting we have ever seen, it’s hard to believe this would add up to the most secure in American history. It is absolutely unprecedented, what happened in this election. Now, does that add up to the amount of election fraud to change an election? Does that add up to a court win for the president’s legal team?”

The Fox host continued:

“I think what’s happening here is we are quickly moving towards a political case being made — meaning the Trump team is talking to state legislators in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and we know today in Arizona, as well, attempting to make their case. There may not be enough evidence for a court system, but there should be enough evidence for state legislators to change their electors. Will they find more success there? We’ll soon find out.”

 



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