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Lawyer and judges conclude the 2020 Election was not stolen

“Trump and his supporters failed to provide substantiate through their flawed arguments,” wrote prominent Republicans.



A group of eight prominent Republicans, including judges and lawyers, has concluded that the 2020 presidential election was not “stolen” from former President Trump.

“Lost, Not Stolen: The Conservative Case that Trump Lost and Biden Won the 2020 Presidential Election” was released on Thursday and includes a state-by-state debunking of popular election fraud claims promoted by Trump and his allies. Ben Ginsberg, Ben Danforth, Gordon Smith, Ted Olson, David Hoppe, and three former federal judges are among the members of the group that released the report, which was compiled by Ginsberg, Danforth, Smith, Olson, and Hoppe.

A total of 64 post-election lawsuits were examined, as were numerous post-election reviews and audits that failed to demonstrate widespread fraud, according to the report. “Trump and his supporters had their day in court and failed to produce substantive evidence,” the Republicans wrote. After the election, they said, “reviews also failed to support Trump and his supporters’ allegations.”

According to conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza’s film 2000 Mules, the claims of massive election fraud have been “thoroughly debunked.” According to the report, the “evidence invoked by the film” does not support the portrayal made in 2000 Mules.


Joe Biden was the choice of a majority of the Electors, who in turn were the choice of the majority of voters in their respective states, according to a new report. Donald Trump and his supporters have failed to provide sufficient evidence of fraud or inaccurate results to invalidate the results of the 2020 Presidential Election.”

For any state, let alone for the entire country, there is no evidence of widespread election fraud in this year’s presidential election, it goes on to say. “The outcome of the election was not affected by any fraud in any precinct. False claims that Vice President Biden’s election was fraudulent are wrong and bad for our country.”

According to the authors of the report, conservatives should stop worrying about the outcome of the 2020 election and instead focus on presenting candidates and ideas that offer a positive vision for overcoming our current difficulties and bringing more peace, prosperity and liberty to the United States of America.

Donald Trump has continued to dwell on his defeat, despite recent polls suggesting that a significant number of Republicans are turning their backs on Trump and the 2016 election. Trump frequently calls the outcome “the crime of the century,” a phrase he plans to use as the title of a book about his unsubstantiated massive fraud claims.


Trump’s office was contacted by Newsweek for comment.

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