Ronna McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) got called out for lying about a lawsuit the GOP had filed against California Gov. Gavin Newsom regarding absentee ballots in the state.

On Twitter, McDaniel claimed the RNC had won a “major victory”:

Marc Elias, a top attorney for the Democratic National Committee (DNC), who just so happens to specialize in election law, set McDaniel straight on the matter, reminding her that the RNC had actually dismissed their lawsuit:

Rick Hasen, Professor of Law and Political Science at UC Irvine, who is also an expert on election law, slammed McDaniel, calling her tweet a “lie” when he pushed back on social media:

Interestingly, President Donald Trump was also on the attack on the subject of voting by mail with two tweets he sent out Friday. The problem, however, is that Trump directly contradicted himself with his tweets:

It’d be nice if Trump and Republicans could get their stories straight when it comes to absentee voting, but it seems they’re far too busy lying to actually debate the issue in a rational way.

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