- CNN’s Dana Bash on Sunday told Arizona GOP gubernatorial nominee Kari Lake on Sunday that her claims of mass 2020 election fraud were unfounded.
- Bash said on the Sunday talk show: “You called the 2020 election corrupt, stolen, rotten and rigged, and there was no evidence of any of that presented in a court of law or anywhere else that any of those things are true. So why do you keep saying that?” Bash asked Lake on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Lake said in response: “Well, there’s plenty of evidence. We had 740,000 ballots with no chain of custody, those ballots shouldn’t have been counted.”
- A state attorney general’s interim acknowledge the possibility of as many as 200,000 ballots having been transported during the last presidnetial election without a proper chain of custody, but the report did not allege mass fraud occurred.
Lake also argued that Georgia Democrat governor candidate lost in her 2018 gubernatorial has yet to concede, but “I don’t hear CNN calling her an election denier.”