Trump's new chief spokeswoman, Liz Harrington, has been a serial promoter of election lies
June 18, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.
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Former President Donald Trump's new chief spokeswoman has been a serial promoter of lies about the 2020 election.
On the day of the Capitol insurrection in January, Harrington falsely insisted that the election was being stolen by "communists. " And less than a week after the insurrection, she falsely claimed that "the real insurrection" occurred during "vote dumps" the morning after Election Day.
"President Trump won this election," Harrington falsely declared in a California television interview on November 8 -- the day after television networks projected that Biden had won.
Harrington was even more inaccurate in a Texas radio interview on November 11, this time declaring that counting every "legal vote" would show that Trump not only won the election but won in "a landslide. " She also said there was evidence of "systemic" fraud, though that was not true then and is not true now.
And on January 12, Harrington went on Newsmax again and said "the real insurrection" happened in the early hours of the morning the day after Election Day, when she said the "vote dumps" occurred.