Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., on Friday said conservatives should be wary about glitches and security issues with voting machines, given an apparent sea change in support from President Trump to Joe Biden since election eve.
In an interview on Newsmax TV’s ''Stinchfield,'' Nunes said voting machine security is ''the big concern … of all conservatives.''
''They went to bed [on election night] … with Wisconsin, with Michigan, with Pennsylvania and it looks like there’s no way Trump could possibly lose,'' Nunes said. ''They wake up and he lost all of them and continues to lose them.
''The . … concern is if the [voting] machines aren’t secured,'' he said.
"For [Joe] Biden’s own presidency, he ought to want to count every vote,'' Nunes asserted.
''I think the fact that the Biden campaign is not doing that and the media is continuing a major cover-up, that’s a problem,'' Nunes said.
Nunes also blasted big technology companies and social media platforms for an alleged campaign of censorship.
''It is critically important ... to get to a place where people can get accurate information and not be censored,'' he said, complaining, ''Twitter has been censoring me for four years.''
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