Electoral fraud

The memo shows that Trump's people were aware early on that there was no proof the 2020 election had been rigged.
"This case was never about fraud," Judge Linda Parker wrote. "It was about undermining the people’s faith in our democracy."
The law strips Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of his role as chief elections officer.
The voting company was a target of misleading claims spread by former President Donald Trump and his allies in the aftermath of Trump’s election loss.
GOP lawmakers didn't care about leaving elections to the states when they tried to hand victory to Trump on Jan. 6.
The case comes as Republicans in some states are pursuing new restrictions after Trump made false claims of widespread voter fraud.
Republican Pete Snyder mimics Trump by promoting baseless fraud concerns and calling for increased election monitoring that could lead to political intimidation.
“I think I would say the election was not fraudulent," he finally confessed after getting schooled by Pamela Brown.
Erin Gaetz insisted on Twitter that there are "a lot of Republicans" who "live in reality and know Trump lost."
The prominent Republican lawyer helped push Trump’s claims of voter fraud in Georgia's presidential election during the call.
"Eight weeks from the election, and we still don’t have verifiable, tangible support for the crimes that everyone knows were committed," the Fox Business host said.
The vice president encouraged challenges to the election results despite the lack of any evidence of voter fraud.
U.S. Attorney David Freed, whose bizarre statement helped fuel the president's discredited claims of mass voter fraud, is stepping down.
Although Dan Patrick offered a reward to anyone who could prove voter fraud, he's been ignoring John Fetterman’s evidence involving a Trump supporter.
Terpsichore Maras-Lindeman has been accused by North Dakota's attorney general of assuming false identities to "deceive people."
The attorney general also said he saw "no basis" for seizing voting machines, a move reportedly floated by the president's allies.
The president claimed the Democrats would never accept a stolen election, so many Twitter users pointed out that's what happened in 2000 and 2016.
Brian Kilmeade asked Stephen Miller why Trump's legal team had lost dozens of cases if there was as much voter fraud as they claim.
Justice Jill Karofsky slammed Trump's case over its attempt to fuel doubt about a legitimate election without a single case of fraud.
"A Rigged Election, fight on!" angry president calls out to his supporters.