Lying about non-existent voter fraud in California is a serious symptom of QAnon quackery.
Legitimate officials in the state are "bracing for the impact" of what is highly unlikely to be anything but a litany of conspiracy theories and Trump-centered fantasy.
The GOP is filled with cowards who were never able to stand up to Trump and his lies.
A Republican Ohio government official admitted to forging his deceased father's signature on an absentee ballot in the 2020 presidential election, calling his actions “an honest error."
Edward Snodgrass, a Porter Township trustee, said "it would be wrong to characterize what he did as just Trump voter fraud."
"Why should anybody believe a word you say?" Chuck Todd asked Rep. Dan Crenshaw.
Democratic Senators Jeff Merkley (OR) and Jon Ossoff (GA) challenged Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday after he suggested that automatic voter registration leads to massive election fraud.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) admitted on tape that much of the election bill he recently signed into law "has nothing to do with potential fraud."
Mike Lindell has crossed the rubicon from reality to fantasy, spending his fortune on a grift.
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson on Tuesday argued that it is "racist" not to require voters to present identification.
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