Seth Keshel and David Clements respond to NPR’s Fake News report on election integrity

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Host Steve Bannon talks to two of the four people attacked in an NPR report on the 2020 election, claiming that their work to prove election fraud is just some kind of fake conspiracy theory. First law professor David Clements talks about how most of the evidence of election fraud was never presented to a court of law, and yet the Fake News Media pretend that the data has been debunked. In the second video, data analyst Seth Keshel talks about how no reporter ever wants to see the evidence.

Part 1: ‘Criminal Activity’: David Clements Highlights ‘Major Flaws’ Found In Counties 2020 Election Files

Part 2: Seth Keshel Responds To NPR: They Attack The People, Not The Facts

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