Immediately following Election Day, the Trump campaign opened its own voter fraud hotlines. People who thought they observed voting fraud were encouraged to call the campaign or submit sworn statements via a handful of websites.
Both offerings were immediately swamped by pranksters and other non-fans of Trump, tying up phone lines and filling the webform coffers with useless things like, say, the script from “Bee Movie.”
Undeterred by a lack of credible fraud accusations, the Trump campaign still attempted to submit some of its mostly unvetted webform garbage as “evidence” in its Arizona lawsuit.
The last call below!
The Trump campaign has eliminated the hotline it established so people could report alleged instances of voter fraud after it was flooded with prank calls. They’re now directing people to a website where they can submit complaints through a digital form.
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) November 13, 2020
I called the Trump Voter Suppression hotline 🙂 pic.twitter.com/iM5OgY3NG6
— will deasey 🦃 (@deasey_will) November 6, 2020
ok fine i called the trump voter hotline to save our country from antifa pic.twitter.com/s9p6decfW6
— Talia Lavin (@chick_in_kiev) November 9, 2020