When MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry talks about the importance of being ‘unprepared’

MSNBC host Melissa Harris is taking a more proactive approach to her job and is trying to be more prepared for the upcoming election than ever before.

In a recent interview with NPR, Harris-perry said she plans to “put a lot of time in” in advance of any potential election, even if that means working with friends to “make sure that we know what we’re doing.”

“If we’re all working together, I think we can actually do a lot,” Harris-pryer said.

“If you’ve got an election in three months, we’re not going to do anything to be prepared for it.”

On Wednesday, the MSNBC host said she is also trying to learn more about the voting process and how to best use technology to help voters prepare.

“It’s very important that we understand exactly how it’s going to work, what it’s really about, and how we can make sure that the information we have is accurate,” Harris said.

“And so that we don’t lose the information, and so we’re able to be very prepared for anything that we’re going to face.

And I think that’s really critical.”

Trump, who has called for an all-out investigation into voter fraud, has been criticized by some Democrats and even Republicans for using the election as an opportunity to make his case for his presidency.