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A militant US MP Clay Higgins (R-LA) claims CNN is trying to “disenfranchise” voters for pointing out that election officials across the country and judges across the country found the allegations of electoral fraud false. A CNN legal expert calls the claims of Higgins and those of other members of Congress “outright sham (or sham)”.

“We have overwhelmingly evidence that electoral crimes were committed in six sovereign states,” Higgins, a former Louisiana National Guard investigator, told CNN anchor Jim Sciutto on Tuesday.

Sciutto asked Higgins to provide “an example”. Higgins tried, but Sciutto immediately shot it down, citing the extensive debunking of this claim by a Georgia election official along with numerous other conspiracy theories and false accusations in a press conference Monday.

Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA), who will object to certification tomorrow, claims, “We have overwhelmingly evidence that electoral crimes have been committed in six sovereign states.”

@Jimsciutto from CNN does NOT have it. pic.twitter.com/0dBk4mTxk0

– The recount (@therecount) January 5, 2021

Higgins went on to say that he had “hundreds of pages of evidence,” but Sciutto reminded him that they were “rejected by Georgia state officials and courts.”

“Evidence will be presented in court,” claimed Higgins, already ignoring it. In all of these cases the claims were rejected.

“CNN is not mentioned in Article III, good sir,” Higgins said, ignoring the mention of the press in the first amendment.

Scuitto: Look, they were turned down in court, they were turned down by Republican civil servant, Congressman Clay Higgins. Thank you for joining the program this morning. “

Higgins: “Roger that.” pic.twitter.com/xby8MBtbqz

– The recount (@therecount) January 5, 2021

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig, a former federal and prosecutor, called Higgins’ allegations “total deception (or deception)”.

MP Clay Higgins told @jimsciutto that he had “preponderance of evidence” of electoral fraud. If that were true, they would win in court left and right; Still, dozens of courts have rejected these claims, Jim noted.

Total deception (or deception) by these members of Congress.

– Elie Honig (@eliehonig) January 5, 2021

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