Top Republican Election Lawyer Trashes Trump’s ‘Voter Fraud’ Lies

Ben Ginsberg trashes Trump's voter fraud claim

A major frustration for those seeking to expose and stop President Trump’s potential theft of the 2020 election via his attempt to delegitimize perfectly legal mail ballots is the general unwillingness of Republicans to call b.s. on their president’s baseless allegations of voter fraud. Indeed, the “Red Mirage” scenario, whereby Trump might claim victory on Election Night based on early and heavily skewed returns, depends on Republican voters eschewing mail ballots and voting in person per his instructions, thus disproportionately casting the first ballots to be counted.

That’s why it’s very significant that the most famous Republican election lawyer in the country, Ben Ginsberg, has penned a Washington Post op-ed trashing the Trump/GOP strategy of fighting inconvenient votes and voters via made-up allegations of fraud. He begins with quite the dig:

Legions of Republican lawyers have searched in vain over four decades for fraudulent double voting. At long last, they have a blatant example of a major politician urging his supporters to illegally vote twice.

The only hitch is that the candidate is President Trump.