Kentucky’s first black attorney general, Daniel Cameron, spoke Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention (RNC). However, NBC did not cover the speech and instead showed Chuck Todd discussing mail-in voting.
Cameron criticized “anarchists” for “mindlessly tear[ing] up American cities while attacking police officers and innocent bystanders” and said Republicans can both address the root issue causing the anarchy while also ensuring we are a civil society.
“Republicans will never turn a blind eye to unjust acts, but neither will we accept this all-out assault on Western civilization.”
“Joe Biden is a backwards thinker in a world craving forward-looking leadership. There’s no wisdom in his record or plan, just a trail of discredited ideas and offensive statements.”
NBC taped over Cameron’s speech with commentary from Chuck Todd on mail-in ballots.
Todd says the president is “superstitious” when it comes to mail-in voting, noting that states like Pennsylvania and Michigan, where Trump narrowly won, have changed their mail-in voting laws drastically since the 2016 election. He said the president isn’t concerned about Florida using mail-in voting, but rather majority Democrat states. (RELATED: Trump Campaign Sues New Jersey Over Mail-In Ballots)
“He’s worried he can’t win ’em either,” Todd said, referring to Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Trump won both states in 2016.