The evidence of irregularities, outright fraud, and other kinds of malfeasance during the 2020 presidential election are extremely wide-ranging and powerful.

The media’s push to insist that that election was “the safest in American history” and that there is “no evidence” of widespread fraud can only be described as a coordinated disinformation campaign. Those claims are simply not true. They are meant to bully people into not discussing the topic.

To get the complete picture of all of the fraud requires a long discussion of many things. Many of the statistical irregularities were summarized by Mensa physicist John Droz Jr. Garland Favorito’s investigation of a voting machine in Georgia and Russell Ramsland’s forensic report on the voting machines in Antrim County, Michigan, also provide great insight into the ways in which the machines switch votes or can be set up to deliberately miss-scan ballots so as to send them over to “adjudication.”


However, there’s one other aspect of the media’s coordinated lies concerning election fraud in 2020 that needs to be put to rest: the issue of election fraud lawsuits.

Disinformation About Election Fraud Lawsuits

The narrative pushed by the media and Democratic Party is that Trump’s legal team was never able to prove election fraud in court. The story goes that courts around the country had thoroughly investigated every aspect of the claims brought forward by Trump’s lawyers and found them all to be without merit.

Absolutely no aspect of that story is true.

To show this clearly, a volunteer team of engineers and scientists put together a list of all of the lawsuits surrounding election fraud in 2020 and analyzed them in great detail.


They examined all of these cases in detail, how the court treated each of them, which evidence was examined and which wasn’t, how the courts ruled, and so on.

Here is what they found.

First, there were a grand total of 75 election fraud lawsuits filed in relation to the 2020 election. Of these, eight were either withdrawn or consolidated, which signified neither victory nor defeat. A further 25 were stopped from proceeding purely on the basis of legal technicalities like standing, timing, or jurisdiction, meaning that no evidence pertinent to any of these cases was even looked at by the courts.

Of the remaining 42 cases where the evidence has at least been looked at, Trump’s team has won eleven of them and lost eight of them. The remaining 23 have not yet been decided.


Furthermore, only three cases have dealt with voter illegalities, and only three others were concerned with voting machines.

That means, even assuming that judges have been genuinely fair and impartial in all cases where there have been rulings, Trump’s team has so far won the majority of the cases that have been decided.

That’s strikingly different from what the media has been feeding people on this score, and it is extremely important that people know that.