Leftist NPO Claims ‘Election Denial’ Affects GOP Voters ‘Negatively’

The “denying” of the results from the 2020 presidential election has “negative effects” on the voters of the Republican Party.

It is driving many of them to decide not to vote on future ballots, according to a report by CEIR, a nonprofit funded by leftist billionaires such as Meta and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

Questionable Findings by Zuck-Funded Lefties

It seems that doubts about the fairness of the 2020 presidential election might linger on forever. The Biden administration has taken no efforts whatsoever to reassure the American public.

Instead, Democrats and leftists have been systematically fighting Republican and Independents’ attempts to review ballots cast in the 2020 vote, leaving many wondering what the left has to hide.

Against that backdrop, a curious “finding,” or, rather, claim, has emerged from CEIR (“Center for Election Innovation and Research”), a leftist nonprofit, namely.

This claim says Republican voters shouldn’t have doubts about voter fraud in the 2020 election since that hurt their desire to partake in future votes. The CEIR conclusion is based on polling data from November 2021, a year after the last presidential vote.

The survey by Echelon Insights concluded at the time that one-sixth of all GOP voters said they were less inclined to participate in future elections unless there were “forensic audits” of the 2020 vote.

How Could You Demand Forensic Audits, GOP Voters?!

According to CEIR’s founder David Becker, however, such audits were neither necessary nor likely. This is a position perfectly in line with the stance of the Biden administration and Democrats, begging the question as to what the lefties have to hide about the 2020 vote.

Instead of advocating in favor of voting audits to settle any doubts, Becker insisted some kind of a “campaign to discredit” the 2020 election “grievously injured” Republicans’ voter confidence.

Interestingly enough, CEIR received some $70 million in funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative of Meta’s founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, well-known far-left advocates.

CEIR has also been behind ERIC, the increasingly discredited anti-voter fraud, state-level nonprofit system, which used to include 31 states. However, doubts that it was infiltrated by the left compromised it, with two GOP-led states leaving and eight more preparing to do so.

The claims that “election denial” is hurting Republicans’ voting base seem to be seeking to obliterate lingering doubts about the 2020 vote, while creating confusion and further disgust with democracy among GOP supporters.

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.