Mike Huckabee touts Mike Lindell's debunked conspiracy theory video about the election: “There's a lot of compelling arguments there”

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Citation From a February 21, 2021, video posted to the YouTube page of TBN's Huckabee

KEITH BILBREY: The mailman delivered, as he faithfully does in the ice, sleet, snow, whatever. Well, Gayle Banks says, "Governor Huckabee, I'm so glad to be receiving your daily newsletter. Your observations and views of current issues regarding Trump and the corrupt powers in government are greatly appreciated. I don't know if you addressed the lengthy video many of us have seen and sent on about Mike Lindell's reveal of voter fraud proof. I'm not aware of any responsible assessment of how accurate it is and what ramifications will happen, if any. The video sounded so compelling and convincing, which I find hard to understand it being dismissed. Thank you for being a beacon of light for Americans who have a strong moral compass."

MIKE HUCKABEE (HOST): Well, I appreciate your kind words. I have seen the video, I think that there's a lot of compelling arguments there for some voter irregularities.

And the whole point has been, I can't tell whether or not there's been enough to would have swung the election the other way. I don't know whether there is criminal activity, but there is enough question marks that have been placed on the election and how it was handled, and how votes were tabulated that it would be in everyone's best interest, including the Democrats best interest, to do a full-scale review, audit, and investigation of exactly how the ballots were counted, accounted for. Were there any issues whether people may have been voting more than once? All of that we need to know.

And I appreciate Mike Lindell for at least trying to assemble a lot of that, maybe video footage and question marks, and whether or not it's all true. I simply don't know. But it brings up enough questions that I think we all deserve some better answers than we have been getting from a lot of public officials.

Lindell's video has been spreading on social media, even though it has been debunked.