Republican candidates running for governor, secretary of state, or state attorney have continued to dispute the outcome of the 2020 election and lost in key political battleground states, including Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
In a conference held recently, presenters demonstrated theoretical vulnerabilities and past issues with voting systems while calling for the elimination of all voting machines.
Mark Finchem, a Republican candidate for secretary of state in Arizona who continues to dispute his loss, stated that "we are at war.
The only thing that's not flying right now is bullets."
The Independent and The Times of Israel reported similar events, with presenters highlighting how easy it is to hack voting systems and promote a message wrapped in conspiracies that the election was rigged to favor certain candidates.
However, while The Independent describes the event as "crowded," The Times of Israel reports no information about the audience or number of attendees.
The Republican candidates have continued to dispute the election results months after the 2020 election was called in favor of Joe Biden.
The conference's message has been criticized for promoting baseless claims about the election, further undermining trust in the electoral process.
In contrast, The Independent ends with a statement that reflects on the importance of improving election security, while The Times of Israel concludes with the final speaker's quote calling for war.