Sara A. Carter spoke with GOP Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, on “The Sara Carter Show” podcast Thursday about the importance of transparency in the election system.
Many feel election integrity was not upheld during this election, and with the growing number of irregularities being reported, McDaniel is adamant about preventing this from happening in future elections.
“With the amount of irregularities we have seen, we have to pursue this. We can never let this happen again in our elections,” said McDaniel.
Many witnesses have been coming forward to report on incidents that occurred during the election. As more witnesses emerge, they are being threatened with consequences.
“Any witness that is putting their name on a court case, is getting attacked, they’re getting bullied. The media doesn’t report that and it really makes it hard to get to the bottom of things when you have this vitriol coming at people,” said McDaniel.
She added, “so you want to come forward and be truthful. But when you’re being attacked… it’s really, really frightening. I will tell you, we’ve heard this for many, many witnesses who don’t want to sign affidavits because they’re scared of the ramifications.”
U.S. Representative, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, has threatened to cancel anyone who has worked for the Trump administration. According to McDaniel, this is hurting the efforts made to try and expose the fraud.
“People like AOC and others saying anybody from the Trump administration, we need to make sure they never find jobs. It’s modern day McCarthyism against anybody who supports this president.”
The mainstream media has been under scrutiny for accusations of censorship throughout election season, and more recently, for not reporting on election fraud.
“The media with this election has been the worst I’ve ever seen,” said McDaniel. “The censorship you saw on Twitter, the Hunter Biden laptop being completely buried, even though the Biden campaign never said it was inauthentic and never disputed the authenticity of that. Joe Biden being able to hide and never asked tough questions and Kamala Harris the same thing. I’ve never seen a media rush to judge if it’s against Donald Trump, but rush to defend and hide anything that’s against Joe Biden.”
Since the election of President Donald Trump in 2016, there has been a strong divide between democrat and republican party.
“We do not have a civil discourse in this country right now. The party that preaches tolerance and acceptance, the democrat party, is the least tolerant and accepting of anybody with a different viewpoint,” said McDaniel.
“73 million republicans across the country said, we support President Trump, with the highest ever total for a candidate for president,” said McDaniel. “I think he’s great. He’s going to have a voice in our party for years and years to come. He’s transformed it for the better by bringing more people in and changing our party to reach more and more Americans.”
McDaniel urges everyone to stay vocal and to not be intimidated by the left into silence.
“I always say that if they silence your voice, then your actions will be silenced also. That’s the plan, make you afraid to speak, make you afraid to be vocal, then you won’t go out and volunteer, you won’t put a yard sign out, you won’t make those efforts. We can’t allow that to happen in this country. We are a strong nation because we have freedom, democracy, we have this great constitution.”
McDaniel added, “we need to get to the bottom of what happened. We need to pursue this. And and anybody who wants to help go to GOP.com and figure out how to volunteer or to donate to these to these efforts.”
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