On this week’s interview, Paul sits down with Derek Muller, a law professor at the University of Iowa. Muller was in town to speak to the lawyer’s chapter of the Federalist Society of New Mexico. Muller’s expertise is in election law, an area that has gained incredible attention and controversy in recent years. Was the 2020 election “stolen”? How widespread was fraud? What about states that altered their election laws in the waning days before the election?
Also, what about state or national reforms to the system? Are those positive or negative and how important will they be in making the system better (or worse)?
Derek blogs at “Excess of Democracy.”
One Reply to “Tipping Point New Mexico episode 302: Derek Muller – Was the 2020 Election Stolen?”
Mr, Muller did a great job in giving legitimacy to not following the law and making new laws, ad hoc. The pandemic was an excuse to invalidate certain laws. He may know the law, but is he informed about the technology and ways that can corrupt elections?
Did Bill Barr look for fraud?
His laughing reminded me of VP Harris.
How many ballots are sent to apartment numbers where the previous Tennant has moved E.G.? What happens to those ballots??