Dennis Prager: “We don't know” if it's a lie that the 2020 election was stolen

Prager: “An honest person can say that an honest person can have doubts”

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Citation From the April 18, 2023, edition of The Salem Radio Network's The Dennis Prager Show

DENNIS PRAGER (HOST): There are sites that will give you misinformation, I believe that they are overwhelmingly on the left. Others will say they're on the right. I don't quite follow where that is true when two years – you get a Pulitzer Prize for lying for two years about Russian collusion with the Trump campaign leading up to the 2016 election. There is no comparable mainstream conservative lie. You will say, well, it's a lie that the election was stolen. That is the answer that leftists will give. Yes, but we don't know that is a lie. We don't know that it's not a lie. Or we don't know either. I mean, if you're intellectually honest and you read about the amount of corruption in the 2020 election, the amount of change that was made in order to make it possible to cheat, even if cheating did not take place, is unprecedented. The abolition of Election Day, the sending out of tens of millions of ballots, the harvesting of ballots, the closing down of counting in an unprecedented manner, and then coming back the next morning and announcing different results than last night – an honest person can say that an honest person can have doubts.