Fox News host Jesse Watters mocked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Tuesday evening after Clinton claimed Republicans were plotting to steal the 2024 election.
“Hillary thinks the Supreme Court is going to dump the Electoral College. That’s not going to happen,” Watters said. “Democrats are getting into their bag of tricks a little too early here. Usually, you lose and then you claim you got cheated. Hillary’s premature election denying. Bill doesn’t have that problem. So, where’s the media? This makes three elections that Hillary says have been stolen: 2000, 2016 and 2024. Why is she undermining faith in our democracy?”
“Right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election, and they’re not making a secret of it,” Clinton said in a video posted on Twitter.
Clinton referred to Moore v. Harper, a case pending before the Supreme Court featuring a dispute between the North Carolina Legislature and the state’s supreme court over election laws. The Supreme Court scheduled oral arguments for Dec. 7 of this year.
Watters played a clip of Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake of Arizona calling out reporters by listing times where Democrats, including White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, claimed the 2016 election was stolen.
“Republicans questioned the last election because their October surprise was hijacked. The CIA, FBI, Facebook, Twitter colluded to kill the laptop. That shifted votes to Joe,” Watters said. “That’s undeniable fact. But when Democrats lose elections, they say Republicans cheat without any evidence. Why? So they don’t have to own up to their failures. Claiming 2024 is being stolen is easier than coming up with a plan to fight inflation.”
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