Majority of Americans Still Believe Election Was Stolen…60% of Likely Voters Say it’s More Important to Prevent Cheating Than Making It Easier To Vote
Despite pushback from woke corporations and upper management in professional sports teams, lawmakers in critical states are working to implement important safeguards to prevent a repeat performance of the November election.
On the eve of the election, President Trump was leading in the vote count before suddenly, the counting of absentee ballots was shut down in must-win states like GA and MI, and then restarted in the early morning hours of the following day. Curiously, and inexplicably, Joe Biden, who barely squeaked by in the primaries and campaigned from his basement in the general election, began to overtake Trump in multiple states—ultimately Biden won more votes than any other presidential candidate in American history. For several weeks after the election, six states, including GA, MI, WI, PA, NV, and AZ were faced with multiple lawsuits that included evidence of credible allegations of voter fraud, every case with the exception of one, in Antrim Co, MI, were dismissed.
After the election, Peter Navarro, President Trump’s Director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy published a lengthy report outlining several examples of voting irregularities that he claimed were “more than sufficient” to swing the outcome of the election in President Trump’s favor.
From the Washington Examiner – Navarro’s 36-page report “assesses the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged election irregularities across six key battleground states” and concludes that “patterns of election irregularities … are so consistent across the six battleground states that they suggest a coordinated strategy to, if not steal the election, strategically game the election process in such a way as to … unfairly tilt the playing field in favor of the Biden-Harris ticket.”
The six dimensions of voting irregularities in the report include: outright voter fraud, ballot mishandling, contestable process fouls, equal protection clause violations, voting machine irregularities, and significant statistical anomalies.
All six of those voting issues were present in at least two key states, according to the report, and a total of six battleground states experienced multiple examples of the other dimensions.
“Evidence used to conduct this assessment includes more than 50 lawsuits and judicial rulings, thousands of affidavits and declarations, testimony in a variety of state venues, published analyses by think tanks and legal centers, videos and photos, public comments, and extensive press coverage,” the report claims.
Additionally, the report cites affidavits alleging the exploitation of the elderly and the infirm by “effectively hijacking their identities and votes” and accuses Democrats of using the coronavirus pandemic to relax voter ID requirements to the point that ballot harvesting and fraud could slip by unnoticed.
Washington Examiner reports – According to the latest evidence from Rasmussen Reports, the majority of U.S. voters still believe the November election was stolen:
- By a margin of 51%-44%, voters said it is “likely” that cheating affected the outcome. That included 74% of Republicans and 30% of Democrats.
- Some 47% said it is likely Democrats stole or destroyed ballots for former President Donald Trump. That included 75% of Republicans and 30% of Democrats. An even 50% said that it is unlikely ballots were destroyed.
It is the latest survey to show that much of the nation is stuck in neutral when it comes to moving past the 2020 election, especially Republicans.
Rasmussen said: “Asked which is more important, making it easier for everybody to vote, or making sure there is no cheating in elections, 60% of Likely Voters say it’s more important to prevent cheating, while 37% said it’s more important to make it easier to vote.
“Only 22% of voters say it is currently too hard to vote, while 34% said it’s too easy to vote, and 41% say the level of difficulty in voting is about right.”