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The Democrat’s Big Lie? Hillary Clinton Spoke Out Against Voter Fraud in 2019

Hillary Clinton, El American

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Seth Dillon, CEO of Babylon Bee, recalled Wednesday on Twitter that Hillary Clinton in 2019 also spoke about alleged irregularities in the 2016 presidential election.

Hillary Clinton in 2019 during an interview on CBS News’ Sunday Morning show referred to Donald Trump as “an illegitimate president.” She added: “I think he understands that the many tactics they used, from voter suppression and voter purge to hacking and false stories, he knows, there were just a lot of different reasons why the election turned out the way it did.”

“She [Hillary] didn’t blame Dominion or rampant counting errors through alien hacks,” Dillon wrote on Twitter. “She blamed the Russians. What misinformation is she reading that is so far out of touch with reality and recent history?” he added.

Dillon’s posts came as a result of a user criticizing her belief in the theory that former President Trump had the election stolen.

In response, Dillon decided to recall that Democrats like Hillary Clinton have also denounced alleged irregularities in the electoral process.

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Hillary Clinton, El American
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Last June 27 in Wellington, Ohio, Trump spoke for almost his entire speech about the 2020 presidential election, which he insisted was conducted under alleged voter fraud and which he claimed he won.

“This was the scam of the century and this was the crime of the century. The 2020 elections were manipulated,” said the magnate.

The former president appeared before several thousand followers thus staging his return to public life but deprived of social networks. Trump did not clarify whether he will run in the 2024 presidential elections, however he assured that the Republicans seek to regain control of Congress in the 2022 elections.

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