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Flynn: 2020 election ‘filled with fraud’ despite lack of proof

(NewsNation) — Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn stood by his belief that the 2020 presidential election was marred by widespread fraud, despite a lack of evidence substantiating his claims, during a Monday interview on NewsNation’s “CUOMO” about his new documentary.

Flynn, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant general pardoned by former President Donald Trump after being convicted of lying to the FBI, told NewsNation the November 2020 vote “was filled with fraud, and there’s all kinds of evidence that shows that.”

When NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo pressed him on unproven allegations of fraud pushed by Trump allies includinge the group True the Vote, Flynn responded, “There’s clear evidence. I don’t know about True the Vote. But I’m looking at a whole bunch of other things that are going on in places like Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona; there’s just too much.”

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Dozens of court cases, audits and investigations across key battleground states found no evidence of widespread fraud on a scale that could have overturned President Joe Biden’s victory. State officials from both parties, as well as Trump’s own attorney general, rejected claims the election was “stolen.”

Flynn, who pleaded guilty in 2017 to lying about conversations with Russia’s ambassador before being pardoned, refused to back down.

“We cannot have this lack of confidence in our election system,” he said.

Flynn appeared to promote his documentary “Flynn: Deliver the Truth. Whatever the Cost,” which he says shows “this incredible level of persecution by a very corrupt system of government.”

He described it as “an inspiring story of survival” and that “about a third of the movie talks about these endless wars that we are involved in” from his perspective as a retired Army general officer.

He says one of the reasons he released the film now is that “I want people to understand partially what happened to my family and me but through the lens of my family.”