‘That’s a Lie’: Candace Owens Tears Fredo Cuomo a New One

Tucker Carlson granted failed CNN host Chris ‘Fredo’ Cuomo a sit-down interview in his home a few days ago. We’re not sure why Tucker would give this guy a platform. Tucker didn’t get much out of it for himself since most MAGA conservatives aren’t even vaguely interested in hearing what an alleged mobster’s family member has to say about American politics.

Instead, we’d recommend that you watch podcaster Candace Owens take Fredo down a peg in a debate over whether the 2020 election was stolen. Fredo insists to this day that there is “no evidence” that there was election fraud.

Candace doesn’t let him get away with trying to pull that rhetorical stunt. It’s true that the courts have rejected most of the election fraud cases since 2020, but that does not prove fraud didn’t happen.

She wonders if Cuomo expects us all to simply not believe our own lying eyes about the massive amounts of fraud we’ve seen.

 

She also manages to pin Cuomo down on the question of whether people should have an ID to vote. Cuomo’s answer probably won’t surprise you. He believes, as most progressive liberals do, that black people are too stupid to get an ID and therefore it disenfranchises them from voting.

Let’s just say… Candace Owens is the wrong person to try to make that argument to:


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