“Lawless” – Former Kansas Attorney General Describes How He Views The 2020 Election

In an interview with the Epoch Times, Phill Kline, former Kansas state attorney general, spoke about what he sees as one of the most “lawless” elections in US history. “I think that this was one of the most lawless elections in U.S. history,” said Kline. He’s perspective comes from being part of a group that is bringing election-fraud litigation before several key states.

“It’s real clear if people step back and look at it. This was a lawless election. And it was lawless in the same framework and design in all of these key swing states, particularly in the urban areas that are controlled by blue elected officials. The evidence is clear.”- Phill Kline

Speaking directly to the politicization of COVID and the suspicious changes in voting laws that disregarded state legislature-input, Kline said, “All you have to do is compare the conduct with what the laws are in the state legislature. And they used COVID fear to justify lawlessness, and within that lawlessness they created a system where we can’t have faith, and now we’re proving that all the flaws had a direct impact.”

Mr. Kline went on to mention he believes there is more than enough evidence to bring to the Supreme Court and argue that a two-tier election system was established by private funds, which refers to a group funded by Mark Zuckerburg. These other issues fundamentally bring the question down to one simple question according to Kline: was the election carried out in ways that were not established by state law?

To Kline, the answer is yes.

The perspective of election-legality should be at the forefront of all conservatives who are concerned about the legality of the 2020 election. While we sift through the news and the latest developments. Kline’s summary of what is the most important problem is a perfect position for each of us to take, especially as we see the media try to divert the nation’s attention away from what is turning out to be one of the most important issues of our lifetimes.