Selin ATAY-TDO- In Texas, one of the states that played a key role in the U.S. election, Republican Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick announced that he would award a million dollars to anyone who brings evidence that votes were stolen or rigged in the election.
Donald Trump, who did not admit defeat after the election, claimed that votes were stolen and cheated at the polls, but Trump did not bring any evidence.
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick expressed support for Donald Trump's claims that the election was rigged. "Every legal vote in the presidential election must be counted, and those that are not legal must be considered invalid. The delay in counting ballots raises possible errors and suspicions of voter fraud." he said in a statement.
Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick said in a statement that the $ 1 million promised would be funded from money raised for Donald Trump's election campaign.
On the other hand, so far no legal evidence has been shown of cheating in the 2020 US election. Last week, election board offices in 52 states in the United States were contacted, but there was no sign of vote theft or cheating.
Donald Trump had recently claimed that in Detroit, Michigan, a State won by Joe Biden, Republican polling officials had been taken out while votes were being counted, and some ballots had also been burned. However, Donald Trump's claims were not supported by any legal evidence.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden won the title of "the most-voted presidential candidate in U.S. history" by more than 74 million votes, according to undeclared results. Donald Trump, on the other hand, has stayed at the $ 71 million threshold.