Trump’s Hire To Validate 2020 Claims Turns On Him

Donald Trump’s claims of widespread voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election have been debunked by an expert he hired himself. Ken Block, CEO of Simpatico Software Systems, was commissioned by Trump to substantiate these claims. However, in a recent op-ed for USA Today, Block revealed that his research found no evidence to support Trump’s allegations.

Block emphasized that the findings of his company’s thorough analysis were included in the depositions taken by the Selection Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol. These transcripts clearly showed that the Trump campaign had discovered no substantial evidence of voter fraud that could have altered the election outcome. Block emphasized that this information was directly communicated to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.

In his op-ed, Block criticized Trump for perpetuating falsehoods and spreading lies about the election. He argued that the constant repetition of these baseless claims has hardened people’s hearts and minds, preventing them from accepting the truth. Block went on to explain that his investigation failed to find any evidence of large-scale voter fraud and debunked claims made by others.

Block stated that his findings had been shared with special counsel Jack Smith and Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, both of whom have filed criminal charges against Trump for his attempts to undermine the election. He continued by highlighting voter fraud’s detectability, quantifiability, and verifiability, challenging anyone to provide evidence that meets these criteria.

As a former gubernatorial candidate, Block acknowledged the power of a single-issue focus and its ability to rally supporters. However, he stressed the importance of not jeopardizing the integrity of the electoral process and the legal system with baseless claims. Block suggested that efforts and resources would be better directed toward addressing systemic weaknesses in the election system, such as the lack of a national election infrastructure to enforce integrity and unfair practices like gerrymandering. By doing so, faith in the foundation of democracy could be restored.

A specialist commissioned by Donald Trump to probe into allegations of voter fraud during the 2020 presidential election has openly refuted these claims. Ken Block’s investigation uncovered no proof to back Trump’s assertions, highlighting their groundlessness. Block’s efforts were centered on enhancing the integrity of the United States’ electoral systems and rejuvenating trust in the democratic process.