Sen. Richard Blumenthal (CT-D) stated Friday in Hartford that President Donald Trump’s claims of citizen fraud in the battlefield states is “beyond hazardous and harmful.”
” They were pathetic and sad,” Blumenthal added, reported the Stamford Supporter, at an interview to advise Democrat state lawmakers to pass an amendment to the Connecticut Constitution to enable early voting and vote by mail.
The senator continued:
But what struck me most was how perilous and insulting they were to those numerous men and women who are making democracy work.
” By the end of today, Joe Biden will be president-elect of the United States,” Blumenthal asserted.
He joined with Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Secretary of State Denise Merrill to urge the Democrat-controlled state legislature to pass an amendment to the Constitution to allow vote by mail and early voting.
I am so happy to have the assistance of Senator Murphy & Senator Blumenthal in pushing for modifications to the way Connecticut voters cast their tallies in the future. We’ve got some work to do to lobby state legislators on the requirement for early voting & higher access to mail-in ballots. https://t.co/1qbidt4pVB
— Denise Merrill (@SOTSMerrill) November 6, 2020
” He’s making up a set of facts out of thin air,” Murphy stated of Trump. “It’s plainly going to be Joe Biden’s choice when he states triumph, however he is going to declare victory.”
Nevertheless, state GOP chairman J.R. Romano safeguarded the president’s obstacles to any irregularities.
” It is what it is and we’ll see what takes place, however I’ve said the whole time that this race would be close and would not be decided for 72 hours,” he informed the Supporter “There are many concerns out there and so numerous defects that can be made use of.”
Romano slammed that voters in Connecticut are not asked to present proof of citizenship when they register to vote.
” That makes me upset,” he said, keeping in mind the many years of