The 2020 presidential election was always going to be a troublesome affair due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Election officials by and large did their level best to ensure as smooth and accurate a process as possible, and they succeeded. But because the results took longer than usual to tally, it all seemed to be confusing and murky.
When Democrat Joe Biden was declared the winner of the election, the Trump campaign and its legal team sought to use the muddle of confusion in this unusual election to overturn the results, casting doubt on both election officials and the machines used to tally the votes. But the one thing the Trump campaign never came up with to back its allegations in the dozens of court cases filed around the nation was any evidence.
Now, with Biden's election win confirmed and the new administration in the White House, the Trump campaign's baseless fraud allegations are coming home to roost.