voter fraud

Hypocrisy, thy name is Sean Hannity. The Fox News host peddled rigged-election theories on his prime-time show, but privately, he believed the “big lie” was just that.
At least eight of the people facing charges for last month's insurrection didn't actually participate in the presidential election, according to CNN.
The president is very unhappy with his personal attorney, The Washington Post reported.
Chris Krebs' federal agency wouldn't back up the president's allegations that voting in the 2020 election was compromised.
The president's reelection campaign finally gives up on trying to gather phone complaints to back up its baseless accusations after the election.
The statement from an agency of the Department of Homeland Security undercuts Trump’s lies about rampant voter fraud.
“Keep spamming,” Lara Trump tweeted. “We will keep changing the number.”
Trump accused the platform of "stifling free speech" after it added a link to reports debunking his tweets about mail-in ballots leading to fraud.