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Chairman of the Federal Election Commission Trey Trainor believes "This Election is illegitimate"

The Chairman of the Federal Election Commission Trey Trainor, came out today with an announcement that could change everything regarding this election. Trainor appeared on Newsmax, saying he believes, “there is real voter fraud taking place in this election.”

Trainor said "from what he has seen in Pennsylvania, and reports he’s been getting from elsewhere in the country, this election is illegitimate."

Trey Trainor is the head of the "Federal Election Commission", the government body that enforces campaign finance laws, but being involved in investigations of fraud in campaign finance law allows you to get a reading on voter fraud in general.

During his appearance on Newsmax’s “National Report,” Trainor said, “Despite winning a court order which allows the Trump campaign to send observers to watch ballot counting in Pennsylvania from six feet away ballot watchers ‘have not been allowed into the polling locations in a meaningful way.’” The workers in Philadelphia just ignored the court order and continued to block the observers right to observe.

The chairman also pointed out that “when observers have been permitted to watch, the goal post has been moved away from the six feet required by the court order.” if you were looking for transparency there you weren’t gonna find it. “They have not been allowed that meaningful access,” he said, adding, “There has not been transparency in the election” concluding, “this election is illegitimate.“

“Our whole political system is based upon transparency to avoid the appearance of corruption,” Trainor said. “State law allows those observers to be in there. If the law isn’t being followed then this election is ‘illegitimate.‘”

Trainor believes that so far, all the claims being made by Trump's people are “very valid allegations,” and he believes must be “fully vetted” by the courts. He also believes the allegations are strong enough that they will most likely end up in the US Supreme Court.