If You Want $1000, Offer This NH Republican Proof of Voter Fraud by Bus



Fergus Cullen is the former chairman of the New Hampshire GOP and, like plenty of other local prominent political figures, he has an issue with some of what Donald Trump has said since becoming president.

Yesterday, Stephen Miller doubled down on the Trump administration’s claims that there was widespread voter fraud during the 2016 presidential election, claiming that “anyone who’s worked in New Hampshire politics” knows that people were bused in from other states to vote.

Cullen has certainly worked in New Hampshire politics, but he’s not familiar with the alleged voter fraud, which is why he asked his Twitter followers for some help a few days ago.

He went on to post a few jokes, in spite of how serious the allegations are:

If you plan to provide him with proof and claim the prize of $1000, do be careful. Remember that sometimes, a bus is just a bus, not anything nefarious.

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