90% of Americans believe election reform is NECESSARY as reports of election fraud stack up

by Summer Lane

Almost all Americans believe that the election system is badly in need of reform, according to a new poll conducted by Rasmussen Reports.

As 2022 begins, many American voters haven’t seemed to move past the 2020 presidential election, which has been marred with extensive, nationwide reports of overwhelming fraud and irregularities.

In fact, the reports of election fraud have been so widespread that a petition to decertify the results of the presidential election, which has been spearheaded by Trump loyalist and election integrity warrior Sen. Wendy Rogers, R-Ariz., has recently reached 1.4 million signatures.

Additionally, 71 percent of registered Republicans believe that Biden’s presidency is illegitimate, according to another poll from the from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. This comes on the heels of devastating reports of election fraud in counties like Maricopa in Arizona and Fulton County, Ga.

In fact, the countless forensic audits and investigations into multiple counties in different key battleground states around the country have been so determinative and shocking that President Trump himself challenged the Democrats and the mainstream media to a public debate on the “facts, not the fiction” of the 2020 presidential election.

In a statement released through his Save America PAC, Trump said, “The Fake News Media cannot stand the fact that so many people in our Country know the truth, that the 2020 Election was rigged and stolen.”

Despite the staggering evidence that has stacked up around the country, the media still refers to the idea of the election being rigged as the “Big Lie.” Interestingly enough, the only “Big Lie” that seems to be perpetuated is that the election was “safe and secure,” as many progressive talking heads have insisted since 2020.

However, Rasmussen’s new poll suggests that, despite the mainstream narrative, the American people have formed their own independent conclusions about what occurred during the 2020 president election and it does not bode well for Democrats who may be involved in covering up the truth, especially heading into a highly anticipated 2022 midterm election season.

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