Harriet Hageman reaffirmed her commitment to standing up for election integrity and presented the troubling facts of what happened in 2020 in a recent interview with RSBN.
Hageman, the Trump-endorsed candidate for Congress running against incumbent Rep. Liz Cheney in Wyoming, described election integrity as “incredibly important.” She added, “There’s no question about what happened during the 2020 election.”
Americans are “rightfully” upset, according to Hageman, especially with new revelations of voter fraud unearthed through election audits, organizations like True the Vote, and the “2000 Mules” documentary on ballot trafficking.
“The $500 million dollars that Mark Zuckerberg expended in the swing states is something that should never have happened in the first place,” she said. The congressional hopeful believes Zuckerberg “captured” the election by buying out the county clerks in key swing states.
“We must make sure that it never ever happens again,” said Hageman. The Trump-endorsed candidate explained that the state of Wyoming has learned from the mistakes of 2020, adding, “Our elections are going to be more secure than they have been in the past simply because so many things were exposed.”
Hageman has been consistent in her commitment to fighting for election integrity. Earlier this month, she released a statement, saying, “In Congress, I will make election integrity one of my top priorities to ensure that all Americans have confidence in our elections.” She emphasized, “Free and fair elections are the bedrock of our Republic, and I will ensure that what happened in 2020 never happens again.”
Americans in the state of Wyoming as well as across the nation have identified with Hageman’s concerns about election integrity, leading to a major movement to strengthen election integrity in multiple states. Cheney’s challenger added, “Election integrity is critical because we have to have faith in our elections.”