Judge Jeanine Pirro was a guest Wednesday on "Outnumbered" to discuss President Donald Trump's call for an investigation into alleged voter fraud in the 2016 election.

Trump recently said that he would have also won the popular vote if not for millions of illegal votes cast.

"Dead people vote all the time," Judge Pirro said of the suspected voter fraud.


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She said the Department of Justice under the Obama Administration interfered with the cleaning up of voter rolls. As a result, it would not have been too difficult for undocumented immigrants to vote in the election.

"Let's not kid ourselves. This is not as loony as it sounds. ... There are some counties in this country where there are more people on the voter rolls than there are in the county. That make no sense," the judge said.

Watch the full panel discussion in the video above, and tell us what you think in the comments section.


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