A film debuting in over 270 theaters across the United States this week uses a flawed analysis of cellphone location data and ballot drop box surveillance footage to cast doubt on the results of the 2020 presidential election nearly 18 months after it ended. The film claims thousands of Democrat-aligned ballot "mules" were supposedly paid to illegally collect and drop off ballots in five battleground states, but experts say the claim is based on assumptions and improper data analysis.
A pair of reports posted by pro-Trump media outlets falsely claim Fulton County is missing documentation and ballots from November's election, the latest attacks on Georgia's voting process by those who refuse to accept the results.
Many Republicans have indicated they will object to the formal electoral vote count. There is a good chance it will become a spectacle, but there's next to no chance it will change the outcome.
President Trump is continuing to spread lies and misinformation about the 2020 general election, including a false claim that Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is related to Ron Raffensperger, CTO of Chinese technology firm Huawei. While Raffensperger does have siblings, including a brother, none of them are named Ron.
The president's legal team came to a Georgia State Senate hearing Thursday to share allegations of fraud and misconduct with Georgia's election. Most of the claims were false, misleading or lacking actual evidence.
President Trump is challenging the results of the presidential election, which his allies have compared to the contested race 20 years ago. But there are many differences between the two.
Pence warned that a Biden administration would threaten American freedoms and crumble the nation's economy. In making that case, Pence deployed several inaccurate or questionable claims.