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BILL PRESTRIDGE, San Clemente
The letter from Norm Petersen is amazing in that he is stating that the SC Times is guilty of “yellow journalism” in reference to voter fraud, when he is spreading unfounded claims of “massive” voter fraud.
To date, almost all lawsuits filed by Trump’s legal eagles have been thrown out of court for lack of evidence. Both Republican and Democratic Secretaries of States in the contested states have said that there was no massive voter fraud in their states.
A quote from NPR says it all.
“The campaign’s continued push to question the results comes as states are in the process of certifying votes and as almost every top election official in the country—both Republican and Democratic—insists the election ran smoothly with no signs of widespread fraud.”