Twitter has flagged President Donald Trump as part of his civil integrity policy after continuing to post false claims about the election. This time, he claimed that President-elect Joe Biden can only take office if he can demonstrate that his ridiculous number of popular votes was not "fraudulent" or obtained illegally. "
"When you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, massive election fraud, it has a big unsolvable problem," added the president.
Biden can only enter the White House as president if he can demonstrate that his ridiculous "80,000,000 votes" were not fraudulently or illegally obtained. When you see what happened in Detroit, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Milwaukee, massive election fraud, he has a huge unsolvable problem!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 27, 2020
Although the president has continued to claim that the 2020 general election was fraudulent, there is no evidence to back it up. His own security agencies have denied the claim. In fact, a recent statement from the Federal Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), part of a joint statement by the choice Coordination Council of the Infrastructure Government and the choice The Infrastructure Sector Coordinating Committees announced that the agencies "have found no evidence that any voting system has deleted or lost votes, changed votes or compromised in any way". The statement continued to refer to General 2020 choice as "the safest in American history."
Biden won the referendum by a considerable margin. It received 80,063,589 votes, the highest number of votes any presidential candidate has received in United States history. Trump received 73,904,195 votes, most of them from a seated president.
Trump has long referred to his first election victory as a "landslide" but failed to notice that Biden beat him with the same electoral margin Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016. But even that is misleading.
FiveThirtyEight's Nate Silver "found that the percentage of the vote Trump won – 56.9 percent – was well below the historical average of 70.9 percent," according to a 2016 survey by Factcheck.org.
Factcheck.org continued, noting, “Silver found that Trump's share of the vote fell to 44th place out of 54 elections in 1804. Before that, presidential voters had cast two votes each, making it difficult to compare them to the present. Elections of the day. "
Alan is a New York-based writer, editor, and news junkie.