Poll: 63% of Republicans Believe Trump Won 2020 Presidential Election

A large majority of the U.S. conservatives continue to believe that Joe Biden won the election because of voter fraud.

Monmouth University poll from late June found that among Republicans, 63% believe that President Donald Trump was the true winner. In November the figure was 66%, January 69%, and 64% in March, remained relatively constant.

Fox News’ Tucker Carlson on Friday expressed his openness to the possibility that fraud may have occurred during the 2020 U.S. election.

Carlson said “It wasn’t just the way votes were counted or the voting machines that shook people’s faith in our democracy. It was the preceding four years and the way our ruling class behaved during those four years.”

Talking about “misconduct at polling places,” Carlson read a string of tweets from podcaster Darryl Cooper explaining why many Trump supporters believe the presidential election was rigged.

“Here are the facts – actual, confirmed facts – that shape their perspective: 1) The FBI/etc spied on the 2016 Trump campaign using evidence manufactured by the Clinton campaign. We now know that all involved knew it was fake from Day 1 (see: Brennan’s July 2016 memo, etc),” Cooper wrote in one tweet.

“Time Mag told us that during the 2020 riots, there were weekly conference calls involving, among others, leaders of the protests, the local officials who refused to stop them, and media people who framed them for political effect. In Ukraine we call that a color revolution,” he wrote in another.

Watch Tucker read some of Cooper’s tweets here: