We Must Reject Those Who Reject Idea of Voter Fraud
Voter fraud is real and it extends far beyond the ongoing investigation in the Hoosier State.
In a hidden camera video released Tuesday by Project Veritas, NYC Democratic Commissioner of the Board of Elections Alan Schulkin admits that widespread voter fraud exists in New York City. Schulkin says, "I think there is a lot of voter fraud," and adds that in certain neighborhoods people exploit the state's lack of voter ID laws by voting in multiple locations.
No amount of voter fraud is acceptable, says WIBC Morning News Host Tony Katz, and the people who say it isn't real or isn't a problem have to be rejected:
The next time someone tells you voter fraud isn't real, laugh in their face. It's like Tessio coming to make the deal in 'The Godfather' after Vito Corleone dies. When someone comes to you and says voter fraud isn't real, that's when you've met the traitor.
You have to reject all the people who say that voter fraud isn't real and voter fraud isn't a problem. They have to be rejected; they're unserious people. It's happening, it's real, it's a problem and it has to be fought. The amount of voter fraud that's acceptable? None. How often do you have to fight it? Every single day.
The Tessio reference? That's on point. That's the one who's betrayed you. That's the traitor. No question about it.
Hear the rest of Tony's take in Thursday's #PopcornMoment below: