Newsmax’s Greg Kelly is not a serious pundit. Actually, none of the hosts on Newsmax are. Kelly once spent an entire segment bashing the Bidens’ dogs. So, it’s unsurprising that he blasted the “fake news” …while propagating fake news.
“Something else about the fake news,” he said. “You know, they actually acknowledge that there was fraud in the 2020 election. There was fraud, but they say it wasn’t widespread, but there was fraud.”
“There was no widespread fraud in the 2020 election, right?” he continued. “There are no issues to fix, no widespread fraud. We know it to be a fact, but saying it again. No, no evidence of widespread voter fraud.”
“Widespread voter fraud, but there was fraud,” he said. “You know, the indictment says, “outcome determinative fraud”? Well, it’s interesting because if you consider how many votes were cast in this election, something like 151, 160 million, they say, right 74 million for Trump 81 million for ah for Biden — it only by some estimates would have taken maybe 300,000 votes to change the outcome of the entire election in certain states.”
“10,000 votes here. Fifty thousand votes there,” he added. “Could have made a huge difference. That’s not necessarily widespread. What’s 150,000 out of 160 million? Not many, not widespread, but it would have been outcome determinative, potentially.”
That sounded as if he threw a box of Scrabble letters against the wall and turned the result into audio. And his audience loves it.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
Newsmax Host Goes Full Potato Over 2020 Election Results
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