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Trump’s voter fraud hotline shut down after it was flooded with pranks calls

 

I mean, I’m not sure what the Donald Trump campaign expected.

They made a hotline to report voter fraud, it got flooded with prank calls, and it had to be shut down. Of course that happened. Ask stupid questions and you get stupid answers.

(Steps on soapbox.)

Because let’s be clear here: Widespread voter fraud does not exist. It’s an idea invented and weaponized by Trump and others in the GOP to invalidate results they don’t like and, importantly, serves as false evidence to suppress voters in future elections.

In short: The election is not getting overturned. President-elect Joe Biden beat President Donald Trump handily, and his margins in key states — Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, and Wisconsin — are almost certainly too wide to be overturned. To win, Trump would need to magically flip multiple states.  Read more…

 

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