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U.S. Election Disinformation Timeline

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About the Author: The author of this article is a lifelong observer of human behavior. After attending one of the Country’s most prestigious universities, majoring in fields of psychology and biological sciences, the author attended medical school and graduated (M.D.) cum laude in 2013. 

The assault on U.S. elections is nothing new. The only question is, “Why are so many ‘Freedom-loving Americans’ and media outlets actively undermining the credibility of American democracy?”

For proper context, consider a few articles:

Commonly Used Fallacies of Logic and Reasoning (get a copy of these workbooks or these workbooks as the perfect gift)

Who are people listening to? Who people trust shapes the way they think and the actions they take.

Consider the following definitions:

delusional: Characterized by or holding false beliefs or judgments about external reality that are held despite incontrovertible evidence to the contrary, typically as a symptom of a mental condition.

witch-hunt: In current language, “witch-hunt” metaphorically means an investigation that is usually conducted with much publicity, supposedly to uncover subversive activity, disloyalty, and so on, but with the real purpose of intimidating political opponents. It can also involve elements of moral panic or mass hysteria.

defamation: The action of damaging the good reputation of someone; slander or libel.

character assassination: a deliberate and sustained effort to damage the reputation or credibility of an individual. The term could also be selectively applied to social groups and institutions. [You may enjoy this book]

Consider the following legal principles:

ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorance of the law is not an excuse: The legal principle of ignorantia juris non excusat (ignorance of the law excuses not) or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (ignorance of law excuses no one) is derived from Roman law. Essentially, it means that if someone breaks the law, he or she is still liable even if they had no knowledge of the law being broken. Thomas Jefferson said, “Ignorance of the law is no excuse in any country. If it were, the laws would lose their effect, because it can always be pretended.”

U.S. Election Disinformation Timeline

2020

Trump’s Absentee vs. Mail-In Ballot Spin (FactCheck.org, 6/19/2020)

Voting by Mail in the Swing States (FactCheck.org, 8/7/2020)

Trump’s Bad Advice for Mail-In Voters (FactCheck.org, 9/4/2020)

Trump Misleads on Ballots Again (FactCheck.org, 10/23/2020)

Video Doesn’t Show Voter Fraud in Utah (FactCheck.org, 11/3/2020)

Sharpie Ballots Count in Arizona (FactCheck.org, 11/4/2020)

Claim of Michigan Postal Fraud Is Moot (FactCheck.org, 11/6/2020)

Ballot ‘Curing’ in Pennsylvania (FactCheck.org, 11/13/2020)

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