President Donald Trump shared a video on Thursday urging his supporters to contact state legislators with regard to allegations of voting irregularities in the Nov. 3 election and “demand an honest election and an honest count.”
In a tweet, Trump shared a video entitled “STOP THE STEAL!” which has been viewed over 6 million times on Twitter. It begins by touting Trump’s accomplishments in the area of job creation, the economy, and efforts to surge the development of a COVID-19 vaccine.
The video then notes that “America rewarded President Trump with over 74 million votes,” and says victories in some states suggest a “landslide Trump victory.”
“But something happened,” the ad says. “Some states rushed out mail-in ballots—a recipe for fraud. Dead people voting. Ballots miraculously appeared. Biden ballots added in the middle of the night.”
“It’s an outrage,” the ad claims. “The American people deserve to know the truth.”
It calls on voters to “demand an honest election and demand an honest count” and urges people to contact their legislators.
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State elections officials have rejected the notion that there was widespread voter or election fraud, while former Attorney General William Barr said the Department of Justice had not found evidence of fraud of a significant enough scale that would overturn the results of the election.
Members of the Electoral College have cast 306 votes for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, exceeding the threshold of 270 needed for a candidate to be certified the winner at a special joint session of Congress on Jan. 6. Alternate slates of Republican electors in battleground states have cast votes for Trump, although state legislatures would need to authorize these votes for them to be accorded legal status. Some Republican lawmakers have said they plan to object to the certified Electoral College votes for Biden at the joint session, while Trump campaign attorney Jenna Ellis has called on state legislatures to convene ahead of Jan. 6 and approve the alternate votes to give them legal force, potentially setting the stage for a “dueling electors” scenario, where lawmakers would have to decide which to accept.