‘Perhaps He Is Delusional’: Former NH GOP Chair on Stephen Miller Claiming Illegal Voters Were Bused In
Following White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller’s Sunday show appearances where he doubled down on President Donald Trump’s claim that thousands were bused into New Hampshire to illegally vote, a New Hampshire GOP leader slammed Miller, calling his “delusional” on Twitter.
Former NH GOP chair Fergus Cullen, who has also offered a $1000 reward to anyone who can show proof that a single voter took a bus into the state to cast an illegal vote, appeared on CNN this afternoon to discuss the Trump Administration’s insistence that widespread voter fraud took place this past election.
Asked by host Brooke Baldwin if he’s had any takers on his money offer, Cullen noted nobody has come forward with evidence.
“So far, shockingly, no one has been able to come up with any evidence,” Cullen said. “No pictures of any of these magic buses delivering hundreds or thousands of people from Massachusetts to New Hampshire. No one has any evidence at all.”
The veteran Republican official went on to highlight that it was “preposterous” that people have come to the state on a large scale to illegally vote before commenting on why Miller may think this.
“Perhaps he has been misinformed,” he stated. “Perhaps he is delusional. I’m trying to give the benefit of the doubt here and suggest he has been misinformed. Same thing with the president who has made these claims repeatedly now.”
Earlier today, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach got into a bit of a heated exchange with CNN anchor Kate Bolduan when he attempted to back up Miller’s statements but offered the host no hard evidence.
Watch the clip above, via CNN.
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