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WATCH: GOP Poll Watcher Goes Silent When CNN Reporter Fact Checks His Election Lies

John P. Child is the Republican Party Precinct Committeeman in Radnor, Pennsylvania, and he also happens to be a conspiracy theorist who loves to suggest that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump, despite having no evidence to support his specious allegation.

But when Child attempted to spin his bullshit lies about mail-in ballots to CNN reporter Elle Reeve, he wound up getting his ass handed to him and lost the ability to speak.

Child told Reeve he as a poll watcher his job is to specifically to keep an eye out any illegal behavior when it comes to mail-in ballots, which he claimed were the source of so much controversy in 2020.

“In Pennsylvania, there were 1.8 million mail-in ballots that went out, two-and-a-half million come back. There’s a, hello, a question, maybe?”

Reeve asked, “Are you sure about that?”


“Yeah. Look it up, sure.”

So Reeve did exactly that, noting, “Can we Google it?”

A clearly nervous Child sheepishly responded:

“Uh, Google it, I wouldn’t, yeah, you…” 

Looking at her phone, Reeve told the poll watcher:

“OK, so the first result is from the AP. AP’s assessment: False. In the weeks before the November 2020 election, more than three million Pennsylvania voters requested vote by mail.”

Despite having facts presented to him in real time, Child refused to admit that 2020 was a free and fair election, desperately trying to regain control of the interview by showing Reeve materials he got at a GOP training session for poll watchers:

“My head was spinning by the end of it! It’s a rabbit hole!”

Yeah, right. His head was spinning because there’s no brain in his skull.

Even when you present facts to these empty-headed fools, they continue to cling to the notion that when they lose, the election was rigged.

By Andrew Bradford

Proud progressive journalist and political adviser living behind enemy lines in Red America.

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