Trump Paid $600K To Firm To Find Voter Fraud, Found Nothing

  • In 2020, former President Donald Trump commissioned a research project to produce evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election, but buried the results when they research group found nothing, The Washington Post reports.
  • The Trump campaign paid research company Berkeley Research Group through a subsidiary called East Bay Dispute and Advisory fees of “more than $600,000 in the final weeks of 2020.” The Post’s report says that other outside research firms were hired as well, likely making the total fees paid out much higher.
  • Around “a dozen” researchers were involved, including “econonmetricians” who used “statistics to model and predict outcomes,” digging into “at least a dozen hypotheses,” according to The Post.
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