The media has been questioning President Trump on the elections and if primaries should be moved to mail in voting. He’s come out strongly against the idea, saying voter fraud is an issue and doing so would be risky.
Stacey Abrams, the former Democratic candidate for Georgia governor who still hasn’t accepted she lost, is speaking out against the President, telling MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” that voter fraud is “by and large, a myth.”
“The reality is, if we go ahead and get mail-in ballots to as many voters as possible, you shorten the lines which means you can move as many people out of needing to be in person which lets you focus on those who must show up to vote in person,” Abrams said.
“The President of the United States, number one, voted by mail just recently, and so it worked for him. The concern he has is that it will actually work for every American. Our elections are not partisan,” she continued.