U.S. election officials have dismissed allegations of vote rigging by President Donald Trump. “This is one of the safest elections in the history of the United States,” said one of the committee’s members. There is no evidence that any voting system has lost votes, changed or changed in any other way. ‘
U.S. election officials made the announcement on Thursday. The announcement came as President Trump claimed that 2.8 million of his votes had been stolen without any evidence.
The BBC Online reports that the media announced the preliminary results of the US election last Saturday morning. But a week later, Trump did not make a statement acknowledging the preliminary results of the election, let alone greet newly elected President Joe Biden. The final and official results of the November 3 election have not yet been announced. But Biden has strengthened his position by securing victory in Arizona as the second Democrat in 60 years. He now has 290 electoral votes in his house. And Donald Trump has 218 electoral votes.
The announcement by election officials, which rejected allegations of vote rigging by Donald Trump, is significant. This is the first announcement made by federal and state election officials to refute allegations of election irregularities by Trump and his close associates. The joint announcement was made by the Election Infrastructure Co-ordinating Council of the United States. The council is made up of officials from the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Election Assistance Commission, and state-level election observers, as well as representatives from the voting machine industry.
In a statement, the Election Infrastructure Co-ordinating Council said, “The November 3 election was one of the safest in US history. At the moment, election officials across the country are reviewing the entire election process before the results are finalized. Despite numerous unsubstantiated claims and false information about our election process, we can assure everyone that the security and transparency of our election and our confidence in it are of the highest quality. You should have the same kind of confidence and trust. When you have a question, you should take refuge in the election officials as a trustworthy person conducting the election. ‘
Just hours before the statement, President Trump tweeted that millions of his votes had been lost through voting software in 26 states. But he did not present any evidence in support of such a claim. Twitter also added a warning to his tweet.
The statement was published on the website of the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). CISA chief Christopher Karbes has taken special initiatives to counter the rumors and the truth about the election. On Thursday, Karbs shared a tweet from an electoral law expert on Twitter, which read: “Please do not retweet baseless and dangerous claims about voting machines, even if they are made by the president.”
Needless to say, the Trump administration has already cracked down on CISA officials. Meanwhile, CISA assistant director Brian Weir has resigned at the behest of the White House, according to Reuters. The same can be said of carbs.
Trump is undoubtedly walking a crooked path. He has filed a lawsuit challenging the election results in some important states without accepting defeat. There are also allegations of vote fraud. But with this allegation, it seems that Trump will not be able to go far in the end. While countries like China and Russia have given Trump some hope without congratulating Biden, it is now fading. China congratulates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris after a long silence. A statement from the Chinese Foreign Ministry said, “We respect the will of the American people.”