“I do not know him, and I have not been on his Twitter page,” Spindell told CNN on Friday. “Just to tell you how much I know about Twitter, I probably had, I don’t know, one to two hundred people before this thing started. So, I really wasn’t involved in Twitter. But I guess I am now.”
CNN projected that President-elect Joe Biden will win Wisconsin. But because of the narrow margin, Trump’s campaign requested a recount in two counties, which is underway. Trump and his lawyers have pushed baseless accusations of massive voter fraud while he refuses to concede.
In an interview with CNN, Spindell repeatedly raised the possibility of widespread fraud. He said “there isn’t any evidence that there isn’t any” fraud in Wisconsin, and said that because “every other item in human life has lying, cheating and stealing,” a competitive election likely would, too.