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Dr. Oz Won’t Commit to Trump’s Big Lie, Says 2020 Election Still Needs ‘Diagnosis’ (Video)

pic.twitter.com/O8P60fdx8g Full interview here: https://t.co/NLDylPYa1M @RealAmVoice #2000Mules“The reality for me is 2020, under the cover of COVID, was an example of how you should not run an election. Here in Pennsylvania people are really worked up about it,” Oz said. “I already said on the debate stage — I was the first to say we cannot leave 2020 behind.”“We have to get under the hood, examine exactly what went down and address those issues.

And that means allowing the legislative branch here in Pennsylvania to finally do its job,” Oz continued. “It’s been blocked by the attorney general who was running for governor. So the current governor and the next governor […] have been blocking due process.”When Brody asked Oz if his views of the 2020 election align with former President Donald Trump’s and what specifically “we cannot move on,” which Oz has said before, means, Oz brought up absentee ballots and voter ID.“As a physician, I like to get into the details.

I’ve talked to individuals who say their votes weren’t counted, who went to the polls and claimed that someone had already voted with their absentee ballot. There’s so many questions, and not just about the absentee ballots, but the fact [that] we don’t have voter ID here,” he said. “That opened up the whole system to mischeivousness.

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pic.twitter.com/O8P60fdx8g Full interview here: https://t.co/NLDylPYa1M @RealAmVoice #2000Mules“The reality for me is 2020, under the cover of COVID, was an example of how you should not run an election. Here in Pennsylvania people are really worked up about it,” Oz said. “I already said on the debate stage — I was the first to say we cannot leave 2020 behind.”“We have to get under the hood, examine exactly what went down and address those issues.
UK chicken factory including blocked drains and a disconnected wash basin have been exposed following an environmental health inspection.But after being ordered to stop trading immediately the factory decided to carry on working, leading to the company and its owner now being forced to hand over £8,700. Shocked environmental health officers discovered filthy rotting walls, blocked and damaged drains and even a disconnected sink in the chicken cutting room, Manchester Evening News reports.

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