Arizona election review proves Trump wrong

September 24, 2021

Arizona election review proves Trump wrong about stolen election claim

Arizona election review proves Trump wrong about stolen election claim

President Joe Biden has won the 2020 election again after a Republican-led Arizona election review increased his margin compared to the official count. This unofficial endeavor focused on the state’s largest county, and elected officials had distanced themselves from the process.

Arizona election review outcome is a blow to Trump’s conspiracy theories

Maricopa County election board officials welcomed this development as a form of vindication of the work they did in November 2020.

Former President Donald Trump and some of his most ardent supporters have been pushing conspiracy theories across the country suggesting that the election was stolen from him.

The so-called Big Lie has eroded some trust in the American democracy and has led to the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. For Mr. Trump, it is inconceivable that Biden received the most vote ever as a candidate for president in U.S. history.

Almost one year after the election, some states are still launching similar efforts. Texas will undertake a review after Trump released a letter requesting one. Interestingly, Trump won Texas by a respectable margin.

Trump demands GOP loyalty when it comes to stolen election myth

Backing Trump in his push for reviews has become a recurrent theme for candidates and politicians on the right who are trying to remain on the good side of the former reality TV star.

The price for taking a stand against Trump and his unproven theories is hefty. For example, Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney is facing a serious primary challenge after she said that Trump lost the election fair and square.

Trump is spending a significant amount of time trying to unseat Cheney. It is unclear if the real estate tycoon will succeed, but he is trying hard.

Other Republicans in Congress who stray from the stolen election narrative are even sometimes forced to retire out of fear of losing a primary.

Is Trump hurting GOP candidates with election quest?

Trump’s takeover of the Republican Party is complete, and it comes at a considerable cost for its own prospects in future elections. Trump’s constant mention of a rigged election system is not a winning formula to get the GOP base out to the polls.

The base of the party believes what Trump is saying and lately sees no need to vote. Some have blamed Trump for the party’s losses in winnable Senate races in the state of Georgia earlier this year.

Trump refused to change course even after the surprising results, and a few voices in the party believe that this can happen again in 2022 during the midterms.

The former president is quite present in the media via interviews and statements, and he still is the most influential politician in his party at the moment.

While most people involved with the 2020 election have moved on, Trump never misses an opportunity to claim that he was the real winner without offering proof to back up his theories.

Trump is staying in the limelight as he weighs a potential run in 2024. It is a good way to raise money and keep his options open.

The Arizona review is unlikely to affect Trump’s thinking, and many say that nothing will ever convince him that this pursuit will not go anywhere.

This belief is so strong that it led some supporters to claim that he would be reinstated as president.

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