Illegal electioneering and ballot harvesting by supposedly nonpartisan groups reached new heights in this election.
President Trump suffered no grand repudiation across the country but was dealt a blow in the popular vote by voters dominating the coastal regions.
Surely the journalist class should be intrigued by the historic implausibility of Joe Biden’s victory. That they are not is curious, to say the least.
This battle is far too important to be buried by conspiracy-theory accusations from the left and its media, which means it’s far too important to be left to conspiracy theorists.
With credible allegations of fraud compounding by the day, the American people deserve a special counsel investigation to set the record straight.
If taking claims to court undermines democracy, how to defend Democrats’ vociferous and repeated claims that Donald Trump stole the election in 2016 with the help of Russia?
State legislatures should initiate and oversee their own election audit. Anything less will leave half of America questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 election.
A batch of ballots in DeKalb County was labeled as containing 10,707 votes for Biden, but in reality it contained 1,081 votes for Biden.
The Trump campaign has paid for recounts in Dane and Milwaukee counties, both of which reportedly voted overwhelmingly for Joe Biden.
In tribal areas, Native American nonprofits illegally offered gift cards, electronics, and other ‘prizes’ in an effort to get out the vote—for Joe Biden.
This is an incredibly dangerous moment for the country and may be a pivotal point in the future of America’s democratic republic. Did we just cross the Rubicon?
Too many irregularities, too many reports of fraud, and too much uncertainty about mass mail-in voting have created a crisis of confidence.
As the country remains closely divided, the winner of the next election will likely come from the party that best heeds the lessons of Election 2020.
Riot-equipped Black Lives Matter and Antifa groups assaulted and harassed Trump supporters in public, including elderly people, racial minorities, and children.
Tens of thousands took to the streets for the ‘Million MAGA March’ surrounding the Supreme Court in Washington D.C. Saturday to support President Trump and demand that election fraud be investigated.
We are here to ‘support the president who has been working pretty darn hard for us in the last four years,’ said one woman. ‘And we believe in him. And you know, we the people deserve a fair election and we feel like it’s stolen from us.’
“Brown girl brown girl, what do you feel,” reads the teacher. “That #blackgirlmagic will help us all heal,” recite the children.
As widespread claims of voter fraud begin to have their day in court, a closer look at the Trump lawsuit in Pennsylvania reveals that numerous claims of voter fraud aren’t really the core claims of the case.
Fraud and violations of the election code are two distinct problems, yet there has been little analysis of the latter, which might be more significant.
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