Many of these officials in one way or another have attested to the security of November’s election, saying they had not seen evidence of widespread fraud.
"There was no malicious algorithm or hacked software that adjusted the tally of the vote,” Krebs said.
Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican probably voted most punchable by his colleagues in the Senate, had another embarrassing self-own on Twitter this week.
Both of Trump's attempts to rattle Biden by attacking his son Hunter, and his lies about voting, had more sustained intention behind them. But the lies about the integrity of November’s elections were far more serious.
Russian hackers have (allegedly!) received at least $4000 from the US State Department for "uncovering" a hack of American Voter info. But that information is public. #Winning!
CNN's Victor Blackwell and Miles Taylor discuss the statement issued by DNI John Ratcliffe that he'll no longer give in-person intelligence briefings to Congress on election security.
The squatter in the Oval Office, and all of the people intent on keeping him there, are at this point not even bothering to pretend they will do anything to make that happen. Including going back to the well of foreign interference and hog-tying Congress to keep the American public in the dark about it.
Rep. Adam Schiff responds to the announcement by Trump DNI John Ratcliffe that he will no longer give in-person briefings on election security.
Rep. Adam Schiff discusses the announcement by DNI John Ratcliffe that he will no longer give in-person intelligence briefings on election security, and Trump trying to blame the decision on leaks.
The cover-up general is at it again, claiming mail-in ballots are not secure.
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