DAN BALL (HOST): You knew he was going to attack Republicans, like in the state of Georgia and other states, where they're instituting laws, because they have smart legislators in at least 27, 30 of these states that are Republican-controlled, who are saying, “Look, we have to stop voter fraud. We're not right trying to make it harder for people to vote. We're trying to make it harder for people to cheat."
NATALIE HARP (HOST): And suppress the dead vote, because there were a lot of dead people that voted in the last election.
BALL: Well, that didn't make up the big part. Let's be real. What made up the big part was millions of extra mail-in ballots that you couldn't prove, that came from -- because ---
HARP: Underage voters, their IDs stolen --
BALL: We don't require ID. They're not checking addresses, that -- that's a whole another one.
HARP: If we want to talk about an attack on our democracy, that happened in the early hours of November 4, when they were bringing in truckloads of ballots. That was an attack on our democracy. It -- it stole away the right to vote.