The Mistaken Social Narrative of Widespread Voter Fraud

In the upcoming May 21 episode of RadioActive Magazine, we will focus on the basic integrity of election systems nationwide.  Despite this reality, tens of millions have come to believe there was widespread voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, with widely circulating unfounded allegations, beliefs, or conspiracy theories.

These are very powerful social forces, imbued with much anger, fear, distrust, and lack of information.  Many well meaning people have accepted, to a greater or lesser degree, these mistaken social narratives of widespread voter fraud.

To discuss this controversial problem, RadioActive Magazine will host David Armiak, Research Director and investigative journalist for the Center for Media and Democracy in Wisconsin.   A major highlight of our discussion will be the initial human errors during the Nov., 2020, election in Antrim County, Michigan, giving birth to the conspiracy theory of nationwide voter fraud.

Eight months following the Nov., 2020, presidential election, the GOP led Michigan Oversight Committee, after a thorough investigation, issued its report which stated:  “…those promoting Antrim County as the prime evidence of a nationwide conspiracy to steal the election place all other statements and actions they make in a position of zero credibility.”

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