ELECTION FRAUD? The key points to the ASSAULT on the US CAPITOL – VisualPolitik EN

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Donald Trump has rejected the result of the 2020 presidential election for months. His lawyers have sent more than 60 petitions to different courts to appeal the results but have not been able to find evidence to justify the alleged “massive fraud” they claim has occurred.

Nevertheless, thousands of Trump supporters are convinced that their democracy is in jeopardy. That’s why on 6 January 2021, when Congress and the Senate were about to ratify the 2020 election results, a mob stormed Congress. Many of them were armed and five people lost their lives.

Despite the seriousness of the facts, there are still many people who believe in conspiracy theories without any basis. In this video, we respond to all that has happened.

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