Piers Morgan reminds me of Geraldo Rivera. He is above the map on all matters. One minute she’s passionate about something (like her support for Trump) and the next minute, she’s a NeverTrump freak. That’s the problem with lying people. They don’t even know who they are and can’t stick to one thing but one thing Pierce *thinks* * That he knows a lot about US elections, and that according to him – a Brit living thousands of miles from the US – our elections are fair and perfect, and if you don’t agree, he’ll call you an “election denier”.
Well, he tried that thing with Curry Lake and it backfired spectacularly.
The Western Journal reported that Republican Arizona gubernatorial candidate Cary Lake appeared a happy warrior when he verbally sparred with British journalist Piers Morgan over his decision to challenge Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs’ victory in November.
According to the official count, Hobbs won by about 17,000 votes, or 0.7 percent of the ballots counted.
In his lawsuit, Lake pointed to election day chaos in Maricopa County including misconfigured ballot printers at most voting centers, a lack of chain-of-custody documentation for more than 300,000 ballots, and whistleblower allegations that the county failed to verify identities. Tens of thousands of mail-in voters will have to redo elections in the county.
Morgan has characterized both Lake and former President Donald Trump as election deniers.
“I’ll just say to you what I said to Donald Trump: I don’t think it works for you. I don’t think denying the results of a democratic election is actually an effective tool to win an election,” Morgan said.
“We can’t continue to hold elections like this, and we know we won, and we will continue this fight in a court of law,” Lake responded.
He also pointed to a poll by Rasmussen in December that found 72 percent of those surveyed agreed with a statement he made after the rigged election: “It’s not about Republicans or Democrats. This is about our sacred right to vote, a right that many voters were tragically deprived of on November 8.”
Lake noted that 75 percent of voters chose him on Election Day, meaning he was most affected by ballot printer problems at 59 percent of polling places.
“They deliberately printed the wrong picture on the ballot, and that meant ballots were spit out and rejected by the tabulators” in primarily Republican precincts, he alleged.
“It’s really rich of you sitting by the pond acting like you know what happened on Election Day,” Lake teased Morgan.
Yes, it’s fun to put Pearce in his place, but I really wish we’d just leave the pompous old Brit alone and let him ruin his career in good ol’ England.
But I’m very happy to see Curry still fighting. In all honesty, we should still fight for that 2020 sham. Sad how that disappeared.
What a pathetic country we have become, haven’t we?
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