News outlets point to “mounting evidence of irregularities and rigged rules” in 2020 presidential election, and how it could have been investigated.
- A new report that points to evidence found in state and local investigations into the results of the 2020 presidential election proves that all avenues of investigation have not yet been explored.
- According to Just The News, there have been a series of breakthroughs in swing states that show troubling results of investigations and court rulings as well as final disclosures on election integrity.
- One Pennsylvania panel of judges ruled that Democratic state Attorney General Josh Shapiro must comply with a subpoena concerning the personal information of about 9 million voters from the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee investigating the 2020 general election and 2021 primary.
- A November investigation was launched by Delaware County District Attorney Jack Stollsteimer who is reportedly seen destroying ballots and machinery in the 2020 election by county election officials.
WHAT TRUMP’S CAMP SAYS:
- Former President Donald Trump has insisted from the beginning that the election was not a fair one, his former senior economic adviser Peter Navarro continuing that theory during a recent interview with MSNBC TV host Ari Melber.
- Navarro argued that the “outcome was established by independent secretaries of state, by the voters of those states, and legal remedies had been exhausted with the Supreme Court never even taking, let alone siding with, any of the claims that you just referred to.”
- Melber asserted that Trump’s substantial Election Day lead went away over the week in a reasonable enough way to account for how the election was conducted:
- “Election officials in dozens of states representing both political parties said that there was no evidence that fraud or other irregularities played a role in the outcome of the presidential race,” Melber said.
- The former Trump official pushed back, however, saying that the election integrity cases brought to the courts were dismissed without being heard. Of 90 cases, only 25 were heard and decided out of merit, and 18 of those were won by Trump or the GOP.
- The former president and many of his supporters backed the claim that there was widespread voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election, particularly concerning swing states such as Arizona and Georgia.
- October of last year saw a poll that indicated that most voters believe the 2020 election was riddled with fraud, according to a report by The Washington Examiner.