Voter Fraud Claims Trump Tried (And Failed) To Overturn The Election
86 Court Filing for Voter Fraud Failed…
There’s several claims against Dominion Voting Systems machines being target for voter fraud in the 2020 elections. These claims have been debunked by the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA), which says on its that its merely “Rumor Control” that there is no evidence any voting systems were compromised, and by Dominion Voting Systems machines. Other claims that the Republican Party claims that the GOP poll watchers wasn’t allowed to observe the voting counts as alleged by Trump in a Dec. 2, which was also has been debunked by local officials, and video evidence of the count online, and was eventually removed from the Trump campaign’s lawsuit. Moreover, none of these claims — or the countless other allegations floated by Trump and his allies over the past month — had any impact on the election’s results.
Judges and Courts
Findings by at least 86 judges from across the political spectrum (some appointed by Trump) rejected at least one post-election lawsuit filed by the president or his supporters. Many reasons that the judges through out most of those alleged claims was based on that the president’s lawyers failed to bring any substantial evidence supported by affidavit. As a results most of the claims they have officially lost or withdrawn more 50 post-election lawsuits, and emerged victorious in only one, according to a tally kept by Democratic Party attorney Marc Elias.
Trump Administration Motivation for Filing Law Suits
Several political monitoring organizations have been keeping data and fact-checked Trump motivations. It’s fair to assume that by using repeatedly key words into minds of the people, psychologist have warned that certain terms such as “steal,” “fraud,” “rigged” and “dead” have a certain effect upon the mindset of the people that something did happened that wasn’t right. Under these types of false claims they a tendency to have shape shifted over the last time, primarily ranging from misleading assertions that ballots was filed fraudulently, and assertion by the Trump campaign. Trump allies have peddled social media claims that hundreds or thousands of dead people voted in the election. Its reported that a tweet, shared more than 50,000 times, falsely claimed that a dead woman voted to Trump’s base. Strategies have emerged by Trump supporters to quickly launched dozens of “Stop the Steal” rallies across America to gain momentum. With the assistance of social media platforms have helped to rein in the false claims about voter fraud.
Social Media Companies
Several of the social media had to quickly jump in to shut down false claims of voter fraud and to stop the misleading information from becoming the truth concerning the outcome of the elections. Eventually, Twitter step up too plate and banned Trump for violating the rules of their company by tweeting unfounded claims, it’s alleged that a individual by the of Dan Scavino tweets for Trump, born: Daniel Scavino Jr. January 15, 1976 New York, U.S., Political party, Republican, is an American political adviser who served in the Trump administration as White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications from 2019 to 2021 and Director of Social Media from 2017 to 2021, again it is alleged. as to who actually tweets for Trump…the beginning of the relationship with Trump…in 1992, Scavino was selected as a caddie for Trump’s golf party at Briar Hall Country Club.
Psychology is the science of the mind and behavior. There’s three theories of Donald Trump strategies to rail up. 1. Trump appeals to populism, nativism and anti-elite resentment. 2. The party elites and insiders are his initial focus groups to lure under his spell. Next, he appeals to the media bubble by making outlandish statements and claims, and the media jumps onboard. He remains with standing in the polls that substantially reflects the disproportionate amount of media coverage he’s receiving;
Will tell if he will maintain a base by having an effect and strangle hold on to the GOP party, the Trump phenomenon will remain in the media for months to come…