2020 Election and Vote Fraud Coverage

Justices Dissent Regarding Rejection of Pennsylvania Lawsuit on Unlawful 2020 Election Changes – February 22, 2021

US Supreme Court Denies Final Election Challenges – February 23, 2021

Arizona Attorney General Vote Fraud Update – February 22, 2021

Absolute Proof – A Vote Fraud Investigation with evidence presented by My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell

State of Arizona Vote Fraud Investigation Update

American Bar Association Litigation Tracker

Heritage Foundation Database of 2020 Vote Fraud Cases

STATEMENT: A recent Quinnipiac University poll found 77% of Republicans believe there was widespread voter fraud during the November election between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. The frustration among supporters of President Trump regarding how the election played out in the days following November 3, 2020 is palpable and raw to this day.

While mainstream media outlets continue to either ignore or downplay the impacts of vote fraud on the 2020 election, the irregularities surrounding the vote raises many questions and concerns. In fact, the U.S. Supreme Court is still slated to consider several ongoing high profile election lawsuits during it’s February 2021 conference. (See links provided below for more details)

These and previous legal actions concerning vote fraud are / were primarily focused on the states of Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Minnesota, and Arizona. Examples of vote fraud and election irregularities include:

  • The unlawful expansion of mail-in voting.
  • Suspending the requirement to provide identification to vote.
  • Allowing the expansion of early voting.
  • Allowing votes to be cast after November 3.
  • The use of ballot drop boxes.
  • The practice of vote harvesting.
  • Paying / providing something of value in return for voting.
  • Massive irregularities and illegal actions regarding vote count observers.
  • Numerous examples of illegal voter registration activities.
  • Suspending signature requirements on mail-in ballots.
  • Suspending, changing, or allowing dual methods of voter signature verification.
  • Denying audits of vote results.
  • Denying audits of Dominion vote count machines.
  • Failure to fully investigate literally thousands of sworn legal affidavits alleging vote fraud.