A website funded by right-wing groups gains followers with debunked voting fraud claims.

A prominent electoral map on the website of Everylegalvote.com, a self-described fraud-buster, conveyed an alternate reality on Monday.

Despite the latest election results showing Joseph R. Biden Jr. winning a decisive 306 votes in the Electoral College compared with 232 for President Trump, the site’s map showed Mr. Trump as the winner of the election.

Mr. Trump had received 232 votes compared with 214 for Mr. Biden, according to the site’s map, which was flecked with orange to connote states where it claimed that voter fraud had been detected. Click on a tab saying “without voter fraud,” and Mr. Trump’s vote suddenly leapt to 318 against Mr. Biden’s 220.

As President Trump refuses to concede the election, a lot of internet traffic is being directed to this slickly produced website channeling the president’s mix of falsehoods, conspiracy theories and baseless accusations of voter fraud.

The website has promoted the false

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South Dakota governor spars with George Stephanopoulos after she insisted on debunked claim that ‘dead people voted in Pennsylvania’



a woman sitting on a bench: Gov. Kristi Noem (R-South Dakota). AP Photo/James Nord


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Gov. Kristi Noem (R-South Dakota). AP Photo/James Nord

  • South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Sunday said on ABC’s “This Week” that “illegal activities” may have aided President-elect Joe Biden at the ballot box.
  • Noem sparred with host George Stephanopoulos over everything from the coronavirus to allegations of voter fraud.
  • Noem insisted that it was “premature” to call Joe Biden the president-elect until states finishing counting their votes.
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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem on Sunday sparred with ABC News journalist George Stephanopoulos over the results of the presidential election, with the governor saying that “illegal activities” may have aided President-elect Joe Biden at the ballot box.

On ABC’s “This Week,” Stephanopoulos began the conversation by asking Noem if she would work with Biden to fight against the coronavirus in her state, which has had one of the worst rates

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