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Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto interrupted a Trump campaign news conference after election fraud allegations.
DETROIT – Armchair internet sleuths, amplified by Donald Trump Jr. and the creator of the comic strip Dilbert, are trying to prove dead people voted in the 2020 election using a list of 14,000 registered voters in Michigan who are older than 100.
Twitter suspended the account of the user who may have first posted the list. That user, @phalarisaqua, captioned his tweet “ahh oh no I was refilling my vape and I accidentally pasted a list of Michigan voters born 100+ years ago a ha.” The tweet linked to a list on Pastebin, which has since been removed. Pastebin is a site where people can publicly post plain text. It is often used by coders to share scripts.
Another Twitter user, @PhocaeanD, tweeted the list and credited the original poster, but
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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