Former MMA fighter Gina Carano calls for laws to protect citizens against voter fraud. Her remarks come amid a prolonged and at times chaotic presidential election.
Carano believes voter fraud is happening during the 2020 election, echoing statements made by President Donald Trump.
She wrote, “We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way we do today. Put laws in place that protect us against voter fraud. Investigate every state. Film the counting. Flush out the fake votes. Require ID. Make Voter Fraud end in 2020. Fix the system.”
Gina Carano Joins Several Celebrities Concerned About Voter Fraud
Carano, who also plays in The Mandalorian, joins a growing list of celebrities who weighed in on potential voter fraud during the election. Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson also recently said he suspects voter fraud in key battleground states. In his podcast, Robertson questioned the speed of vote counting since Election Day.
“I never bought a cell phone. But they told me it would answer all the questions you ever had,” Robertson said. “I said, ‘Does it know how to count?’ Because it seems to me either the computers can’t figure out who won. Either they can’t count out or don’t count or won’t count.”
Former NFL legend Herschel Walker also shared his thoughts on the situation. He said some voters are casting multiple ballots and ballots from dead people are being cast. Currently, no official or media outlet has reported substantial proof that voter fraud is taking place during the election.
Donald Trump Said There is Widespread Voter Fraud
Recently, Trump has insisted the election is being “stolen” from him. He’s been vocal about what he believes to be wide-scale fraud in support of his political rival. Twitter has flagged his tweets online as misleading or false. According to AP News, Trump’s rhetoric is turning away some of his Republican support.
“But to just make accusations of the election being stolen and widespread fraud without providing any evidence, I thought was really bad for our democratic process and it was something I had never seen in my lifetime,” Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, told the outlet.