The 2020 election results have been highly contested due to allegations of fraud in multiple key swing states by President Trump, conservative commentators, and many American citizens. However, media like Fox News, Joe Biden himself, and other legislators have made it clear that their stance is that the accusations of fraud cannot be proven and is dangerous misinformation. This has left much of the American people divided and unsure of what to believe. Conservative women, never the monolith, have very differing opinions on these allegations so we asked them to share their thoughts on the issue.
Out of 50 women who shared their thoughts on the issue, 33 say they believe there was mass voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential election. 8 say that there was some form of fraud, but it was not on a mass level across multiple states.
Here are some of their reasons why these women do believe there was fraud.
“My home state of Michigan had thousands of fraudulent ballots, with dead people voting, some counties having over 100 percent turnout, the mysterious spike that was solely for Biden overnight, Antrim county that “accidentally” gave 6k votes for Trump to Biden, etc. I’ve also seen reports of whistleblowers from USPS in PA and MI saying their bosses directed people to backdate late ballots. I have friends in AZ and MI who were given sharpies and did not have their vote counted because of it. I could go on.”
“There are videos of people burning and discarding Trump ballots. There are videos of people filling in ballots. The computer glitch that turned Trump votes into Biden votes. That software was used in 28 other states. There is a lack of transparency in Pennsylvania and Michigan. GOP poll workers were not able to see the counting of ballots.”
“USPS workers are speaking about it. States who were leaning one way stopped and then started counting hours or days later as if they wanted to know the number needed to win and made it look as if it happened naturally. The blocking of people to see what was happening during counting, poll workers wearing political wear, technical issues, and more voters voting than those registered.”
9 women shared they do not believe there was mass voter fraud in the country this election cycle.
Here are some of their reasoning for this belief.
“This election has been hyped up by every entity, and even corporations have been encouraging people all year to go and register to vote. I think the increased number of voters played a large part in the supposition of mass fraud, but I think that the real fraud is going to be fewer cases of people VOTING, and more cases of people or software COUNTING cast votes.”
“Trump has filed multiple lawsuits. Nowhere in any of these lawsuits have they provided evidence of voter fraud. In one of these case, his lawyers admitted they don’t believe there is evidence of voter fraud. If lawyers, who are under oath and the obligation of candor, are admitting that then it leads me to believe all of this is a publicity stunt or a charade to cater to Trump’s fragile ego.”
“There has been no evidence of mass fraud. One or two fraudulent votes will not change the outcome of an election. There would have be thousands of fraudulent votes in multiple states and that’s just not likely with the safeguards states have in place to ensure their elections are accurate.”
President Trump’s response to the initial call by the media for a Joe Biden win has been either criticized or revered depending on which social media account or news outlet you are looking at.
Out of 50 responses, 35 women do find that President Trump’s reaction to the election results are appropriate.
These are some of their thoughts on it.
“I like how relatively calm he is being. I think his legal action are appropriate. The American people deserve a fair election, even if the results don’t change, we can’t have faith in the system if it has been proven fraudulent.”
“I think he should not concede, but keep on fighting for half of the country’s vote. We must let the election process play out and all of the litigation be resolved.”
“I think Trump has handled this with grace and elegance. He has remained calm, and has attacked the falsehoods of these votes without attacking Biden or Harris personally, something that would not happen if it were the other way around. I admire his strength, calmness, and loyalty to the American people thus far.”