Google Trends: Searches For 'Election Fraud Punishment' Surged In MI, PA And AZ Before ElectionChris Menahan
Nov. 07, 2020
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Google Trends indicate that searches for "Election Fraud Punishment" surged specifically in the crucial swing-states of Michigan, Pennsylvania and Arizona in the weeks before the election.
One would imagine the term would be searched by people concerned with the punishment for committing election fraud.
The election results in all three states are being highly-contested.
As I reported on Friday, Joe Biden got a shockingly disproportionate 60-point advantage over Donald Trump in absentee mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania and a 38-point advantage in Michigan.
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