Joe Scarborough Criticizes Larry Elder’s Bogus Claims of Voter Fraud

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“The degradation of that state less than his [Newsom’s] leadership is definitely fairly apparent,” a person of the hosts claimed in the course of an job interview with Elder, Newsom’s Republican opponent, later on adding, “I’m concerned about fraud… You know, when they found that meth addict with 300 ballots in the trunk of his motor vehicle.”

She then pitched to Elder: “Are you listening to any other stories like that and how anxious are you that that could possibly be aspect of this election?”

The opinions referred to a new report that a person experienced been arrested in Torrance, California following possessing been found passed out in a vehicle that contained medications, a firearm, various driver’s licenses, and 300 recall ballots.

The male “was arrested on suspicion of a amount of offenses, which include weapons violations, narcotics and forgery violations,” according to a report from KTLA.

Law enforcement have pointed out that this was an “isolated incident” and not indicative of widespread voter fraud.

“Investigators are striving to figure out how the election ballots finished up in the suspect’s motor vehicle and what their intent was in owning them,” police officials stated in a assertion. “This is an isolated incident and is not related to any extra thefts of election ballots.”