“There is absolutely no evidence of fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election to the extent that it would be necessary to change the outcome in any given state, let alone the nation as a whole. In fact, no fraud did. change outcomes in even one precinct,” the report said.
The report was signed by retired federal appeals court judges Thomas B. Griffith, J. Michael Luttig and Michael W. McConnell, former Solicitor General Theodore B. Olson, former U.S. Senses John Danforth and Gordon H. Smith, longtime Republican election attorney Benjamin L. Ginsberg and veteran Republican Congressional Chief of Staff David Hoppe. Some of them are longtime Trump critics.
“Even now, twenty months after the election, a period in which Trump’s supporters have enthusiastically scoured every nook and cranny for evidence that the election was stolen, they’re still making claims. empty. by many patriotic Americans. But when objectively checked, they are flawed every time,” the report said.
The report warns that the propaganda of baseless claims that President Biden’s election was illegitimate is “false and harmful to our country.”
It delves into the detailed case-by-case examination launched by Trump and his supporters in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Trump and his supporters have accused fraud, irregularities and procedural omissions in their trials in court.
Trump and his allies have lost nearly all of the more than 60 cases they brought to challenge the 2020 election results, the report noted. Twenty people were fired before an achievement hearing, 14 were ignored by Trump and his supporters, and 30 included an achievement hearing, it showed.
The conservative group argues that Trump and his supporters have “an obligation to recognize that the election debate is over.”
“Questions about the legitimacy of the election must be resolved amicably in the courts of law, not through rallies and demonstrations – and most definitively, not by pressure. and political intimidation to cause Congress to ignore its constitutional obligations and the election results that the people voted for, and whose legal processes in the affected states have been examined and confirmed,” the newspaper said. report said.
The group urges “co-conservatives to stop obsessing over the outcome of the 2020 election and instead focus on presenting candidates and ideas that offer a positive vision to overcome difficulties.” our present hardship and bring more peace, prosperity and freedom to our nation.”