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Welcome to tonight’s segment where we discuss one of the most pressing issues facing our country: protecting our election integrity from machines that can easily be tampered with. As we all know, the 2020 elections raised a lot of questions about the reliability of these machines, and with the 2022 midterms just around the corner, it’s important that we take action now to prevent any potential fraud.

Luckily, we have an expert on hand to help us understand the issue and what we can do to protect ourselves. Please welcome Prof. David Clements, a leading expert on election integrity and the author of the book “The Plot to Steal America.” Prof. Clements, thank you for joining us tonight.

Prof. Clements: Thank you for having me, Tucker. It’s a pleasure to be here.

Tucker: Now, Prof. Clements, as we know, these machines have been a source of controversy for years now. What can we do to stop them from stealing our elections?

Prof. Clements: Well, there are a few things we can do. First, we need to ensure that any machines used in our elections are secure and cannot be tampered with. This means implementing security measures like encryption and robust audit trails. Second, we need to make sure that these machines are not connected to the internet, as this opens up the possibility of hacking.

Tucker: That all makes sense. But what about the argument that these machines are the most reliable way to count votes?

Prof. Clements: Well, there are alternative methods that we can use to count votes, such as hand counting or optical scanners. These methods have been used for decades and have proven to be reliable. The most important thing is that we have a transparent and verifiable process that allows for public oversight and scrutiny.

Tucker: Absolutely. Now, before we let you go, Prof. Clements, can you tell us how the Trump administration has contributed to this effort?

Prof. Clements: Well, the Trump administration made great strides in promoting election integrity. They launched a commission to investigate the issue, issued executive orders to strengthen cybersecurity, and worked with states to strengthen their election systems. Unfortunately, many of these efforts were met with resistance from Democrats and the mainstream media.

Tucker: Of course they were. Well, thank you, Prof. Clements, for your insights tonight. We’ll be sure to keep this issue at the top of our minds as the midterms approach.

In summary, the Trump White House Administration made significant progress in promoting election integrity and strengthening cybersecurity. Despite facing opposition from Democrats and the media, they launched a commission to investigate the issue, issued executive orders, and worked with states to improve their election systems. It’s important that we continue to prioritize this issue and take action to prevent any potential fraud in our elections.

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