In Dr. Oz’s most recent interview he finally answered whether or not the 2020 election was stolen and to be honest Dr. Oz’s answer didn’t impress at all.
While being interviewed by Real America’s Voice Host David Brody, Dr. Oz. said he has to be careful when talking about election fraud.
Brody asked Dr. Oz why he has never called the 2020 election rigged or stolen to which Dr. oz responded by saying he has to be careful of using those specific words.
Dr. Oz however would go on to say if he’s elected he will advocate for voter I.D. laws in Pennsylvania.
Here’s a clip of the interview:
NEW: My interview with Dr. Oz is out. He tells me he has not seen 2000 Mules and when I asked him whether the election was rigged or stolen he says, “I want to be careful.”pic.twitter.com/O8P60fdx8g Full interview here: https://t.co/NLDylPYa1M @RealAmVoice #2000Mules
— David Brody (@DBrodyReports) May 16, 2022
MSN had more on the story:
Dr. Mehmet Oz held back from calling the 2020 presidential election “stolen” or “rigged” in his appearance Monday on David Brody’s Real America’s Voice show “The Water Cooler.”
When Brody asked Oz about election integrity and and whether he’d seen, Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary “2000 Mules,” Oz answered that he had not seen the film, then taking the chance to repeat some statements he has made about the 2020 election.
“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.”
Brody further questioned whether Oz would use the words “stolen” and/or “rigged” to describe the 2020 election, pointing out that he hadn’t heard the doctor use that language.
“I want to be careful,” Oz replied. “Republicans are about fixing things. I know for sure we’ve got to deal with 2020, but this is about knowing exactly what the diagnosis is so we can give it the right treatment.