WALLACE: "And that certainly can happen, but there are people out there — there was a rally for President Trump yesterday and a number of people said, 'Joe Biden is not my president, Donald Trump is my president.' I guess the question is, do you think the election — last time, I promise — do you think the election was stolen or not? I understand you think there were irregularities and things that need to be fixed. Do you think the election was stolen?"
SCALISE: "And it's not just irregularities. It's states that did not follow the laws set which the Constitution says they're supposed to follow. When you see states like Georgia cleaning up some of the mess, and people calling that Jim Crow law, that's a flat-out lie. I think people need to stand up — "
WALLACE: "That's the new law, but — "
SCALISE: " — against that sort of thing."
WALLACE: "All right."
SCALISE: "Yeah, but the law says — again, the legislature passed that law. That's what the Constitution of the United States says and it wasn't followed in a number of states."