President Donald Trump’s campaign reportedly paid a group of researchers to prove there was fraud in the 2020 election, but kept the findings secret.
According to The Washington Post, the Trump campaign paid a group of researchers $3.3 million in the weeks following the election to investigate the election results. The researchers were asked to look into allegations of fraud, including claims that dead people voted and that votes were switched from Trump to President Joe Biden.
However, the campaign never released the findings of the researchers, which have not been made public. The Post reports that the researchers were asked to sign nondisclosure agreements, preventing them from speaking about their work.
The Trump campaign has denied any wrongdoing, saying it was simply trying to ensure the integrity of the election.
The campaign’s decision to keep the findings of the researchers secret has raised questions among some election experts, who say that the public should be aware of any evidence of fraud in the election.
The Trump campaign’s actions have also been criticized by some Democrats, who say that the campaign was trying to undermine the results of the election.
The researchers’ findings could be crucial in understanding the results of the 2020 election, and the Trump campaign’s decision to keep them secret has raised questions about its motives.