Flashback: Obama Mocked the Idea That a US Election Could be Rigged (VIDEO)

Barack Hussein Obama mocked the idea that the U.S. election could be rigged in October of 2016 just weeks before the presidential election.

Obama and Hillary both thought she was a lock to win at this time. It wasn’t until after Donald Trump won the election that the left came out and accused Trump of colluding with the Russians.

Obama: “There’s no serious person out there who would suggest somehow that you could even rig America’s election in part because they’re so de-centralized and the numbers of votes involved. There is no evidence that that has happened in the past or that there’s incidences which that will happen this time>”

Obama went on to mock Trump and told him to “stop whining” and get votes so he can win the election.

Obama also said that if Trump were to win that he would expect Hillary Clinton to offer a gracious concession speech and pledge to work with Trump to make sure that the American people benefit from an effective government.

Hillary Clinton has done nothing but blame every single entity on planet earth for her crushing election loss. The Democrats, with the help of the fake news media has pushed the false narrative that the Russians hacked the election and most likely colluded with Trump. The Russia narrative is crumbling as the liars at CNN and other outlets continue to be exposed.

Fox News reported:

President Trump’s campaign is currently under investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller for allegations of collusion with Russia to influence the outcome of the election. So far no evidence has surfaced to corroborate the accusations.

“Why don’t we have a Special Counsel reviewing why President Obama did nothing…?” Sekulow asked.

The Department of Homeland Security said in October Russia had not been successful at interfering in the election.

Sekulow had a few demands of the former president and his staff. Obama should issue an apology to President Trump and the American people.

He also called for both Obama and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch to testify before Congress under oath about their involvement with the 2016 election.

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