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CPAC: Mollie Hemingway talks about problems surrounding 2020 election


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"If you enable a corruption of the election system, if you enable this widespread problems that lead to distrust and lack of confidence, that's a threat to our republic," said Hemingway.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

February 27, 2022

On Saturday, The Federalist editor-in-chief Mollie Hemingway sat down with Conservative Political Action Coalition chairman Matt Schlapp to talk about her latest book Rigged: How the Media, Big Tech, and the Democrats Seized Our Elections and problems surrounding the 2020 election.

Hemingway's book looks into the 2020 presidential election and attempts to answer the question "what really happened?"

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Hemingway continued on to stress that the right needs to become as invested in elections as the left.

"There is something to be said about how people on the left have really invested in this issue. People in the right need to invest on it — in it as well," she said.

"People who care about elections need to be involved and need to be engaged in community oversight. They need to know what the laws are in their, in their state, in their community. And they need to be there. You know, people think of, for instance, being an election watcher or election judge, that happens on election day, but in many states it can happen for weeks or even months prior to election day. It's important that people who care about their country be witnessing that rather than not," she said.

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