Mac Warner is a sixth generation West Virginian. He spent 27 years in he military, went to West Point, served his country and came home. He hs been Sec. of State for the past seven years and is now running for Governor of his home state. A couple of his opponents are inexperienced, another is from out of state and tries to play both sides of the fence. Warner says we’ve seen that in Joe Manchin. Eventually that squirrel in the middle of the road gets run over. He believes voter confidence and election integrity strikes at the heart of the 2024 election. As Sec. of State, his office his removed 400,000 names from the voter rolls. With 1.1 million voters, the is significant for voter confidence removing 400,000 opportunities for fraud plus West Virginia will have results on election night not a week or two later. Warner says politics goes away when it comes to election integrity. Warner is very glad the Wisconsin State Supreme Court ruled drop boxes would not be allowed unless the state legislature approved them. And in Georgia, he’s pleased a Georgia court will look into potential significant problems in their elections. Warner says we need to get to the bottom of the lie perpetrated on the American people when 51 former Intel officials knowingly lied when they labeled Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation when they knew it wasn’t. We also need to get to the bottom of the other election cases still percolating from the 2020 election. Election officials should not be afraid of transparency. It’s the only way to put this to rest and restore voter confidence in the 2024 election. The idea to say that Hunter Biden’s laptop was Russian disinformation came from Joe Biden’s campaign in 2020. Tony Blinken created the plan, the CIA ran with it, 51 Intel experts signed the letter using the credentials of the CIA to authenticate it when they knew for a fact it was a lie. They knew it was a lie because the FBI had the laptop for 11 months and knew was was authentic. The CIA released the letter and the FBI covered it up. They knew the laptop was real and didn’t reveal it to the American people.
GUEST: WEST VIRGINIA SEC. OF STATE MAC WARNER, CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR