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U.S. voters are more aware than ever of the dangers of election fraud. According to new data from Rasmussen Reports, 83 percent of likely voters today are concerned about election integrity ahead of the 2022 midterms, and 75 percent are concerned about election cheating.
Since 2020, the election system in the United States has been plagued with overwhelming reports of fraud on almost every level, from ballot trafficking to dubious voting tabulation software from voting machines.
In fact, another July report from Rasmussen and The National Pulse found that 50 percent of Americans believe it is likely that widespread cheating will affect the outcome of the November midterms.
Additionally, a May poll found that 55 percent of U.S. voters at that time believed that cheating changed the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
Now, it looks like voters today are more concerned than ever about securing U.S. elections. In 2022, many Americans’ exposure to election fraud evidence can be attributed to the proof of ballot trafficking presented in Dinesh D’Souza’s hit documentary, “2000 Mules.”
“2000 Mules” detailed evidence related to a massive nationwide ballot trafficking conspiracy that took place during the 2020 presidential election. The film has been so impactful that several members of Congress are even demanding that the House Committee on Oversight and Reform hold hearings on “potential illegal activities” that were uncovered in the film.
The Texas GOP further voted to pass a resolution in June to reject the legitimacy of Biden’s presidency, based on the evidence presented in “2000 Mules.”
The Maricopa County Republican Committee (MCRC) Executive Governance Committee in Arizona also voted unanimously in early July to reject the certification of the county’s 2020 presidential election results considering reports of “fraud and weaknesses.”