After claims that the 2020 presidential election was full of “shenanigans”, Larry Elder, a conservative talk radio host and the front runner among the California gubernatorial replacement candidates, warned of potential voting irregularities in the Sept. 14 California recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
“The 2020 election, in my opinion, was full of shenanigans. And my fear is they’re going to try that in this election right here and recall. So I’m urging people to go to ElectElder.com. Whenever you see anything, hear anything suspicious, go to my website. We have a battery of lawyers. We’re going to file a lawsuit in a timely fashion this time,” Elder said Sunday in an exclusive interview on Fox News.
In an interview with “Media Buzz” host Howard Kurtz, Elder claimed that “we know there were shenanigans in Michigan, shenanigans in Wisconsin, in Pennsylvania,” naming three of the half a dozen states where Biden narrowly won last November. “There are all sorts of reasons why the 2020 election, in my opinion, was full of shenanigans.” Elder also argued that Newsom is “trying to turn this (the recall election) into a referendum against scare because he can’t defend his record.”
Elder announced his candidacy in the recall election in mid-July. He quickly became the top fundraising candidate among the 46 replacement contenders on the ballot, and is the clear front runner in most recent polling among the candidates hoping to succeed Newsom [MSN].