During an appearance on ABC News“This Week” with George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (right) educated the MSM anchor on legitimate examples of voting irregularities in the 2020 election.
A video clip of the interview begins with the ABC News the host asks Noem if she will “work with President-elect Biden” to bring COVID-19 under control.
“Well, it’s a regional increase that we’re seeing. We are testing more, ”replied the governor. “And, frankly… I’m not going to take Governor Cuomo’s advice. It has the second worst death rate per 100,000 people in this country. It is 173 deaths per 100,000 per capita; South Dakota is 54 years old. “
Governor Noem also told Stephanopoulos that his question was “premature” because “we have not finished counting the votes”.
“There are states that were not called, and in 2000 Al Gore had his chance in court,” she added. “We should give President Trump his day in court, let the process unfold because, George, we live in a republic. We are a government that derives its power from the consent of the governed. These are the people. They give their consent on polling day. Election day needs to be fair, honest, and transparent, and we need to make sure we had an honest election before we decide who will be in the White House for the next four years.
Interrupting, Stephanopoulos asked, “Governor Noem, do you have any evidence that this was not an honest election? Do you have evidence of widespread fraud? “
“People have signed legal documents, affidavits that say they’ve seen illegal activity, and that’s why we need to have this conversation in court,” Noem replied. “The New York Times itself said there were clerical errors. In Michigan, we had computer problems that changed Republican votes to Democratic votes. You look in Pennsylvania, the dead voted in Pennsylvania.
Although Noem listed several examples, the ABC News the anchor told her she “still hasn’t provided any evidence.”
Following the interview, Noem responded to a ABC tweet claiming that she did not provide any evidence of electoral fraud, calling it an “error in characterization”.
“Oh, and this is South Dakota,” she added because the outlet had labeled her “GOP North Dakota Gov.”
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