A popular July 18 2021 Facebook meme appeared to conflate Gaetz’s 2020 comments with 2021 discourse over the “For the People Act.”
An avalanche of social media posts drew attention to the “NH election audit,” described as a bellwether for widespread 2020 fraud.
A screenshot of a tweet claiming eleven senators and three Congressmen were expelled in 1861 for “failing to recognize” the election of Abraham Lincoln and “supporting insurrection” went viral on Imgur and Reddit in February 2021.
A screenshot of a newspaper headline (“How Election Was Stolen”) was framed as political truth-telling from outside the United States.
Yet another piece of election-related disinformation is circulating, this one centered on Executive Order 13848 — specifically, claims that it would keep Donald Trump in the White House despite his decisive loss to Joe Biden.
As 2020 election conspiracy theories drifted still further from consensus reality, Mark Aguirre was arrested for allegedly holding a repairman at gunpoint to “prove” electoral fraud.
As the Electoral College prepared to cast their votes on December 14 2020, Donald Trump claimed that a “water main break” was staged to somehow rig the election against him.
Bobby Piton came to widespread attention on sites like Parler and Twitter, the latter of which allegedly suspended his account after his “testimony” at an Arizona Hyatt.
The social media platform appears to be labeling attempts at election interference with an even weaker disclaimer than before.
A claim about the purported arrest of a man named Dallas Jones in Texas relies on a photograph that actually shows actor Cuba Gooding, Jr.