MSNBC's Jason Johnson: 'We Can't Say That Whatever Happens Tonight is a Fair and Equitable Election'Chris Menahan
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MSNBC's Jason Johnson on Tuesday said that whatever happens in Georgia "we can't say" it was a "fair and equitable election" because of "voter suppression."
"The level of voter suppression is beyond anything that we saw in 2018," Johnson said. "We can't say that whatever happens tonight is a fair and equitable election because there have been too many laws passed by election deniers to keep people from being able to express themselves."
Democrats and regime media have been claiming every day for years now that questioning election results is a "threat to democracy" but now that Election Day is here they're already screaming about the GOP committing fraud.
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