As the general elections get nearer, yet another election skeptic on the campaign trail has changed his mind. Mehmet Oz, a former TV personality who is now running for the Senate,
said that while previously wooing true believers, he does not truly believe that the 2020 election was fraudulent.
In part through an online debate utilizing Internet memes, Oz has been competing against Democrat John Fetterman for the Pennsylvania Senate seat (to varying effect).
In order to win over Trump fans and avoid alienating swing voters, the Republican nominee has also been winkingly denying the outcome of the 2020 election.
He stated that "we cannot move on" from the election during a Pennsylvania Senate discussion back in April, calling it a "tragedy" that Republican voters in the state should have to doubt the results.
On Fox News earlier this month, he was asked explicitly if he thought the election had been rigged. He responded indecisively.