I am wondering how homogeneous is this view that the elections were stolen.
1.I mean the main proof were affidavit, which is basically claims from witness. But many of them were claiming things they considered to be suspicious even if they didnt understand the election process.
2. The claims of fraud were all non specific in its locations and form
3.. Trump has claimed election fraud multiple times already even against current ally ted cruz.
4. All judges dismissed the claims, even the supreme court judges appointed by trump himself.
5. Trump lawyers, including Giuliani, testified in court that they were making no fraud allegations.
6. The completely partisan Arizona forensic audit, came up with a lot of areas that they considered "suspicious", but largely got the same result as the county elector and made no official claims of fraud.
7. Biden got so many votes appears suspicious at first sight since he is not very popular himself, but does make sense if you consider most voters were voting against trump and not for Biden.
8. Many of his party members and conservative media (fox news) disputed trump claims, despite threat of being challenged in primary elections.
9. the voting rules and procedures did not change since the last election that trump did win and did not challenge.
10. Close ally of trump, Attorney General William Barr declared the U.S. Justice Department has uncovered no evidence of widespread voter fraud that could change the outcome of the 2020 election.
I mean, given circumstances, I imagine at least the more urban more educated republicans must be having a hard time believing in these claims.