Democrat policians can continue to pretend the 2020 election was fair.
The media can continue to pretend that the will of the American people was to have a dementia-ridden old man elected as president.
Liberal voters can continue to live in denial and believe that voter fraud is a fictional “Boogeyman.”
Republicans though, have not and will not forget about what happened this last election year.
A new poll just came out which shows the vast majority of republicans believe the 2020 election was invalid.
The Hill has more details from the poll:
More than two-thirds of Republicans say the 2020 presidential election was invalid, according to a new survey.
The poll from the R Street Institute, a free markets group, found that 67 percent of Republicans view the past election as invalid, compared to 23 percent who believe it was valid.
About half of all Republicans said they believe their votes were counted, while 42 percent said the system is corrupt and that their vote “probably doesn’t get counted anyway.”
“President Trump’s rhetoric seems to have had a profound impact on his base’s outlook on the election,” said a memo from the Tyson Group, which conducted the survey. “Across all regions, our participants by and large opposed alternative voting methods, believed that those methods opened the election process to fraud, and felt that the 2020 election result was invalid.”
Former President Trump and his allies claimed that he won the 2020 election in a “landslide” but that it was stolen from him through systemic fraud.
The Trump campaign lost dozens of lawsuits aiming to nullify Democratic votes or overturn the outcome in key swing states that President Biden won.
This week, the Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to Pennsylvania’s expansion of mail balloting during the pandemic.
Apparently questioning the election results in 2020 is frowned upon, but back in 2016, it was the "cool" thing to do.
The Independent has more on the new poll:
Ninety-two per cent of Republicans responding to the poll said they believed that mail-in voting and ballot drop boxes resulted in more errors and fraud.
Despite that, the poll found that only 48 per cent of Republicans voted in person, on Election Day, while another 28 per cent voted early and 24 per cent voted by mail.
“In the wake of the contentious November 2020 election, it’s more important than ever to defend the principles that underpin our democracy,” Jonathan Bydlak, interim director of the R Street Institute’s governance programme, said.
“That starts with understanding voters’ feelings about the legitimacy and administration of the election. Following Donald Trump’s loss, a significant portion of the electorate, primarily Republican voters, still distrust our election systems.”
Democrats and the media keep dismissing these real concerns of American election integrity, instead labeling nearly half the country as "conspiracy theorists" or even as "domestic terorists."
If the courts agreed to at least look into some of these cases of voter fraud, it could alleviate concerns from some Americans.
By dismissing and attempting to censor every single claim, it continues to make citizens believe that they are hiding the truth.