Filed Under: “2020 presidential election”

For decades, Republican consultants spent big to promote leftist candidates, now they’ve started creating fake ones

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Instead of trying to build a majority, the American right has decided to divide and conquer


Trump loyalists systematically purging the few Republicans who won’t commit to steal elections

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Governors, senators, and representatives finding themselves facing primary opponents—or a sudden lack of donors—when they run afoul of Trump


In first, U.S. labeled ‘backsliding democracy’ in report detailing state of democracy worldwide

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More than one in four people globally live in backsliding democracies, which also include Brazil and India, according to the Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance


A year after Trump lost the election, have the mainstream media learned anything?

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One year after Trump inspired a violent attack on the U.S. Capitol, elite reporters are still treating him as a conventional politician


The Religious Right played central role in Trump’s efforts to cling to power

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The ex-president’s strategy of throwing out 81 million votes was conceived and executed by Christian supremacist attorneys


Donald Trump and the cult of the recount

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Desperate belief that the one-term president really didn’t lose in 2020 is morphing into its own quasi-religion


Heeding Steve Bannon’s call, election conspiracy theorists are taking over the GOP to continue Trump’s lies

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After being forced out of the Trump White House, the ousted former Breitbart editor sees election delusion as a path to return to power


Report of scandal-plagued fake recount effort in Arizona may be released this week

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Election officials from both parties release separate rebuttal reports detailing extensive problems with Trump supporters’ attempts to cast doubt on ex-president’s loss


Hispanic and black Americans without college degrees moved toward the GOP in 2020

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Democrats spent more on racial minority outreach than ever and had less to show for it in 2020 than 2016


One-third of Republicans running for federal office in 2022 are repeating Trump’s election lies

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Hundreds of Republicans across the country aren’t just ignoring sore loser complaints about 2020, they’re actively repeating them


 

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