Trey Trainor, chairman of the Federal Elections Commission, has said that allegations of voter fraud in battleground states are credible. Multiple media sources have been quick to call Trump’s allegations “irresponsible” and “unsubstantiated.”
According to One America News Network:
In a recent interview, he pointed out that Democrat officials removing GOP poll watchers from polling locations is a violation of state law and federal court orders.
“When you have claims of, you know, 10,000 people who don’t live in the state of Nevada having voted in Neveda, you have the video…they’re (poll workers) either duplicating a spoiled ballot there or they’re in the process of marking a ballot that came in blank for a vote,” Trainor explained.
The FEC chief added, he agrees with the Trump campaign’s lawsuits and said their observers were denied meaningful access. Trainor also said questionable actions by the Democrats may render this election illegitimate.
“That’s a process that is to be observed by election observers, the law allows those observers to be in there,” he continued. “And if they’re not then the law is not being followed, making this an illegitimate election.”
The Trump campaign is engaged in multiple legal challenges in battleground states regarding widespread voter fraud. In Georgia, a full recount is underway to ensure all legal votes are counted. Multiple media outlets have prematurely called the election for Biden but Trainor’s comments make it clear this election is not over yet.