WATCH: Stacey Abrams says “we know voter fraud did not happen” in the 2020 Election

Appearing on “State of the Union” with Jake Tapper, while discussing the 2020 election, Stacey Abrams said “we should be deeply disappointed in anyone, any American citizen and certainly anyone who took the oath of office who seeks to restrict access to the right to vote and uses this false predicate of fraud, which we have seen disproven by multiple courts and the Supreme Court and governors and secretary of state in every state.”

“We know voter fraud did not happen,” she continued. “We know voter participation did increase, and we should want as many people eligible to have a voice in the direction of our nation.”

“If we are willing to invest our dollars, we should have a voice in our system,” she continued “That’s why H.R. 1, S.R. 1 and H.R. 4 are essential pieces of legislation. Whether it’s happening in Georgia, in Arizona, in Pennsylvania, in Kansas, in Iowa, where voter suppression is rearing its head. Yet again, it is our responsibility to ensure that no matter where you live in the United States of America, the rights to vote and the access to that vote is protected.”