Oklahoma Rep. Mullin says there's 'real evidence' of 'widespread' elections fraud

Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin speaks Monday, November 9, 2020, to NewsChannel 8 about allegations of “widespread” elections fraud in the presidential race. (KTUL photo)

TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) – Oklahoma Rep. Markwayne Mullin joined NewsChannel 8 Monday afternoon to talk about allegations of "widespread" elections fraud in the presidential race.

ABC News, the Associated Press and other major media outlets have projected that Joe Biden won the election, but President Donald Trump is disputing that outcome.

Mullin, a Republican and vocal Trump advocate, claims he has evidence of elections fraud.

“We stand with the president by saying that every legal vote should be counted,” Mullin said. “That's true, but we shouldn't count illegal votes, and that's what the whole court base is, and that whole fight is, is that there was a widespread fraud here, and we know it, and how much of that determined the outcome of the election will be up to the courts to decide.”

Mullin told NewsChannel 8 that the president’s dispute of the election outcome isn’t undermining our democratic voting system.

He says there are “real people” coming forward with “real evidence” of what he believes is fraud.

Watch the congressman’s full interview here.

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