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Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe talks to Fox News’ Maria Bartiromo about election fraud across the country.
Maria Bartiromo: You see more intelligence than anyone around this country except the President. So I want to get your take on this election.
Chris Krebbs, former CISA Director, said this was the most secure election ever. Meanwhile we see massive videos of witness testimony, of ballots being taken out of suitcase, of ballots being put in the machines multiple times. What is your reaction to what the former CISA Director said on cybersecurity?
John Ratcliffe: I don’t know how you can compare this election to any other because it’s unlike any election we’ve ever had and hopefully will ever have again.
Democrats and Republicans agreed a long time ago that universal mail-in balloting was a bad idea. A lot of people think we had to do it because of the pandemic. But we’ve seen the results of this.
Now, I think one of the things that we did well this election was addressing problems of foreign interference, influence campaigns from other countries that we saw in 2016.
But people need to understand that that’s different from the election-fraud issues, the things you’re talking about, Maria. Postal drivers saying they took 200,000 ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. Tens of thousands of ballots supposedly mailed in but no folds or creases in them. More votes than ballots issued in places. People pulling out suitcases and video evidence of that with questionable explanations for that.
Those are issues of election fraud that need to be investigated and there’s a lot of them. It’s not just one person or group of people. It’s across the country.