Betsy Rothstein of the Daily Caller highlights an amusing remark from longtime Clinton adviser and Democratic operative James Carville.
The man known as the Ragin’ Cajun has spoken.
Democratic strategist and avid Clinton supporter James Carville weighed in on the final presidential debate from New Orleans Wednesday night between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Appearing on MSNBC, Carville acknowledged to anchor Brian Williams, “Well, of course there will be some fraud.” [Emphasis added.]
… And then….will this thing be rigged like Trump says it will be?
“To the question of will there be fraud?” he asked. “Well, of course there will be some fraud. You couldn’t have 130, 140 million people do something perfectly.”
Mr. Carville apparently avoids reading the Raleigh News & Observer, which routinely downplays voter fraud in stories about North Carolina’s voter ID requirement. Of course, Carville is not alone when he makes his more well-informed assessment.
Heck, even a liberal lion of the U.S. Supreme Court, John Paul Stevens, once wrote, “Unfortunately, the United States has a long history of voter fraud that has been documented by historians and journalists.”