Federal agencies overseeing election security joined with a coalition of officials from each state on Thursday to condemn claims that there is any evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency and the Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council, both within the Department of Homeland Security, issued a joint statement in which they declared this election ‘the most secure in American history’. They added that there was no evidence of votes being changed, deleted or lost, or that the voting system across the country had been in any way compromised. Trump is already said to have been angered by the actions of the election security agencies, after they established a website debunking election misinformation and one of their top officials, Chris Krebs, feared the president may fire him for contradicting one of his tweets. Yet, the president continued to push his unfounded fraud allegations on Thursday night as he took to favorite medium Twitter to claim ‘Biden did not win, he lost by a lot!’ and retweeted several conspiracy theories about the voting software used stealing thousands of votes for him and deleting millions more. In three tweets, he praised his Fox News ally… Read full this story
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