Speak Out: GOP senator says no evidence to support Trump claims

A key Republican senator said Friday he saw no evidence to support President Donald Trump’s baseless claim that Democrats are trying to “steal” the election and called the president’s words “very disturbing.” Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, whose state is a key battleground in the presidential election, said, “There’s simply no evidence anyone has shown me of any widespread corruption or fraud. The president’s speech last night was very disturbing to me because he made very, very serious allegations without any evidence to support it.” Toomey told “CBS This Morning.”

• Now he grows a spine? — Carol Townsend

• Words from a Democrat, who said for four years there was election interference, now says it couldn’t happen. — Robert Hawthorne

• And there is no proof either time, with the strong possibility of interference on both. And that is excluding the voter suppression that takes place every election. I guess it’s like sports. If you ain’t cheating, you ain’t trying. — Smith BP

• Toomey isn’t a Democrat. — Janet Helsel Caruccio

• “Registration” means nothing, just look at Hogan. — Robert Hawthorne

• If you can’t or won’t see the credit, it’s because you’re the cause and you don’t want to see it. — Chris Zmijewski

• We can all see the fraud. We are not stupid. – Diane N. Schall

• Just let this sink in, all you Trump worshippers. If Stacey Abrams had not be robbed of the governorship in Georgia, Biden may not have won that state and a few of the “blue wall” states. How so? Well, after she was robbed, she started an organization to register voters in her state, as well as others, which had a direct impact on the huge number of newly registered voters in those states. Again, let that marinate in your brains for a while. — Michael Jones