Rand Paul Vows to Visit Every State Legislature To Protect Elections From Voter Fraud

Rand Paul Vows to Visit Every State Legislature To Protect Elections From Voter Fraud

Republican Senator Rand Paul has vowed to go to every state legislature in America over the next two years to talk to them about what they can do to prevent election fraud.

In the interview with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, Sen. Paul said,

“I accepted the state certifications. But it doesn’t mean that I think that there wasn’t fraud, and that there weren’t problems that have to be investigated and it doesn’t mean that the law wasn’t broken. I believe in Pennsylvania they broke the law, and I believe that if that would ever get a real hearing in the Supreme Court. … I do believe that the Supreme Court would overrule and say that they did break the law.”

This is where everyone tends to get bogged down arguing about whether the election was stolen from Trump and whether there was fraud or not, but the reality is that no matter which side you are on, what Rand Paul is doing here is a good thing.

Why?

Because we know some election fraud exists and there are smart people worrying that it could be much more widespread than what has been proven in a court of law so far. Because large numbers of Americans now question whether the election was honest, which is inherently dangerous to a Republic. Because a lot of states, some that Trump won and some that he didn’t, played fast and loose with their election laws because of the pandemic and that can’t continue. Because no one should object to reducing the amount of voter fraud.

There is a lot of work that needs to be done to make Americans confident that our elections are honest again and it’s good to see that Rand Paul is stepping up to the plate to try to make that happen.

John Hawkins is the author of 101 Things All Young Adults Should Know

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