On Sunday afternoon Trump's White House Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders shared some "alternate facts" to support Trump's voter fraud lie when she told a completely fictional story from her home state of Arkansas.
Sanders told MSNBC Live...
“Look, I don’t know how many different voters voted illegally, but I do know that they exist. In my home state of Arkansas, there was a judge that was caught with I think roughly 180 ballots sitting on his kitchen table, so to pretend like voter fraud isn’t something real and doesn’t exist is laughable.”
Watch it here...
Just one problem... There is no evidence anywhere of Sanders’ story about an Arkansas judge or 180 missing ballots.
What it seems she may have been referring to was a story about 160 absentee ballots in Hot Springs, Arkansas that hadn’t yet been counted the day after the election which were legal and eventually counted.
Huckabee Sanders' performance follows Trump's whoppers that there were three to five million votes cast illegally and his latest claim that thousands of Massachusetts residents were bused to New Hampshire to vote against him.
Members of the Federal Election Commission have become so fed up with the false allegations and lies that they have called on Trump this week to...
“immediately share his evidence with the public and with the appropriate law-enforcement authorities so that his allegations may be investigated promptly and thoroughly.”
Don't hold your breath.