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Only one Republican candidate for governor speaks truth on 2020 election results at debate

Jun 21, 2022 1:03 pm

Zach Williams reports in the New York Post that only one of four Republican candidates for governor would admit that Joe Biden was fairly elected president at a debate June 20. “I believe that President Trump was reelected. And I think unfortunately, we’ve seen one of the greatest crimes in American history committed against our country,” said Andrew Giuliani, the son of one of the president's lawyers who has lied about who won the presidential election in 2020. There has been no evidence of widespread voter fraud. “Certainly Joe Biden was a duly elected president of the United States,” Harry Wilson said during the debate, the only candidate who clearly spoke the truth on this issue. The other two candidates, Rep. Lee Zeldin from Long Island, and former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, both gave non-answers, refusing to say the truth or lie about the election. But Zeldin is already on the record, as on Jan. 6 he voted against certifying the election results, and supported a lie on the historical record. Read more about this story in the New York Post.