60 Minutes: Chris Krebs Debunks Trump’s Election Claims


Chris Krebs, a lifelong Republican, was put in charge of the agency handling election security by President Trump two years ago. When Krebs said the 2020 election was the country’s most secure ever, Mr. Trump fired him. Now, Krebs speaks to Scott Pelley. https://cbsn.ws/3o6JayT

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  1. Part of the solution is paper ballets. They can even be counted by hand if necessary. That makes it impossible for a machine to flip or otherwise mistabulate the vote count. And, mail-in voting has always been legal especially for soldiers overseas. It is, in fact, the only way to vote in Colorado as they don’t even have actual polling stations, just drop-off boxes and regular mail boxes. It will never solve the problem of Trumpsters being in denial of objective reality, though. As you now know, many of them already think the Sun goes around the Earth. Nothing is going to change that.

  2. What the Republicans are the most pissed off about is that their traditional methods of suppressing the vote in our major cities was overwhelmed by mail-in voting. Even their obvious attempts to delay the mail by removing mail boxes and destroying mail-sorting machines with hammers did not stop folks from voting this year. As Lindsey Graham said, “We have to do something about mail-in voting or Republicans will never win another election in the USA.”

    • The post-election winding down of all the hysterical rigged election Trump claims will prepare the ground for how we deal with the current attack on our electoral process, to avoid this becoming a regular election event. The best way to avoid that is to review whether the attorneys who filed baseless charges have found a hole in the system that is their torment toy to use forever, or are there any judicial remedies, which can then be followed by Congressional review, (although that might be a dead end street).

      The Georgia battle will be a big distraction, and will divert attention away from doing a review of election processes. The big question now is can this process of filing 50 losing claims be the losing side’s ‘right’ and standard operating procedure in the future?

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