Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said Sunday it’s yet to be decided if there’ll be a Biden administration.
In an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Ratcliffe said issues outlined by President Donald Trump’s legal team, headed by Rudy Giuliani, have to be heard in court.
“These election issues, we'll see who is in what seats and whether there is a Biden administration,” he said.
According to Ratcliffe, universal mail-in balloting had never been done before this presidential election, and is behind the many questions about the election results.
“Essentially we had universal mail-in balloting across this country in a way we hadn't seen before and to that point, almost 73% of the American people this year voted before Election Day, a good percentage of those, by mail,” he said.
“That's about an 80% increase over anything we've ever seen before, so it's little wonder that we see what's happening around the country as a result of that, with mail-in balloting and all of the questions —and the questions that are being raised in lawsuits and by everyday Americans about what happened in the election.”
Ratcliffe praised the nation’s intelligence community and the way it addressed problems from foreign interference “that we saw in 2016.”
“But people need to understand that's different than election fraud issues — things like postal drivers saying they took 200,000-plus ballots from New York to Pennsylvania. Tens of thousands of ballots supposedly mailed in, but no folds or creases in them. More votes than ballots issued in places. People pulling out suitcases and video evidence of that with questionable explanations for that. Those are issues of election fraud that need to be investigated and there's a lot of them and it's not just one person or one group of people. It's across the country.”
Ratcliffe lamented that “a lot of people in this country… don't think that the votes were counted fairly, that the process is at the state and local level weren't administered fairly.”
“They deserve that accounting,” he said.
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