Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state (NPR)

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    Election deniers have taken their fraud theories on tour — to nearly every state – By Miles Parks, Allison Mollenkamp, Nick McMillan (NPR) / June 30, 2022

    On a quiet Tuesday night in Howard County, Md., dozens of people gather in a community center and listen to Seth Keshel’s 10-point plan.

    “Captain K,” as he’s known in election fraud circles, is a former U.S. Army intelligence officer, and he is walking through his go-to presentation: comparisons of vote totals from the past few election cycles, which he falsely claims prove President Biden’s win in 2020 was illegitimate. His 10-point plan to “true election integrity” includes banning all early voting and requiring all American voters to re-register.

    The next night, more than a thousand miles away in Minneapolis, in a small building across from a popular garden shop, roughly 60 people wait for David Clements to take the stage.

    Clements, professorial in a tan blazer with a graying beard and unruly curly hair, begins his presentation with a prayer. Then he goes to the slideshow.

    CONTINUE > https://www.npr.org/2022/06/30/1107868327/trump-election-fraud-jan-6

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