Mark Rubio Claps Back At Dems For Freaking Out Over Election Fraud Investigations
Hypocrisy at it's finest! Democrats are notorious for declaring foul play any time their candidate loses a political race. Investigating possible voter fraud is common practice but here Dems are, losing their minds because President Trump wants to be sure only legal votes were counted. Especially given the multiple suspicious circumstances around the nation.
Sen. Marco Rubio snapped back at Dems for Targeting Trump's election lawsuits after the media declared Joe Biden the winner:
"I laugh when the Democrats complain about that," Rubio told "America's Newsroom" Thursday.
"I remember in Florida we had a close Senate election. Chuck Schumer and his party hired a bunch of lawyers and contested it for almost 20 days because that's what the law allows you to do," Rubio said.
The Trump campaign filed more affidavits in Pennsylvania on Thursday with lawsuits also filed in key states like Michigan, Arizona, Georgia and Nevada, Fox News reported.
Until the Electoral College casts its vote for president on Dec. 14, states should continue to move forward to certify results and anyone with evidence of wrongdoing should present that in the meantime, the senator said.
"There's nothing that the president's doing that's illegal or not within his legal rights," Rubio explained. "That's our laws, so I don't know what all the freak-out is about."
Rubio alleged that Joe Biden and his campaign would've done the same if the outcome were reversed.
"This is the way the system works. Let the system work so people can have confidence and our republic can move on," Rubio said.
The Trump campaign has said it plans to move forward with a formal demand of an initial canvass of the state, a process short of a recount that certifies the results of an election and inspect ballots for various discrepancies or errors.
“There were some serious irregularities on election day that we are looking into. We’ve already announced that we're going to seek a statewide recount in Wisconsin, and we plan to do so,” Trump deputy campaign manager Justin Clark said. “We expect that the canvass, the initial canvass will be done Monday or Tuesday. And then that process will begin.”