The point is that Webster in Maine was not lying when he told a Portland TV station that:
in rural Maine towns, "dozens of black people" unknown to local officials showed up to vote on election day.
Given that these "dozens of black people" may have been Somalis who recently moved up there, where was Webster lying???
He was calling it voter fraud but if they lived there and voted legally (for O I assume) then that is not true. Your point is he just made a mistake?
There was no reason pointing this out if he wasnt claiming fraud. Crying voter fraud when you have little or no evidence of it is a sign of bad character either way.