‘Trump Lost’ Billboards Spring Up In Texas And Florida, Supported By GOP Group Against ‘Audits’

Boards broadcasting “Trump lost” have sprung up in Texas, Florida, and seven different states. The boards were financed by Republicans for Voting Rights (RVR), a gathering that goes against statewide political decision reviews led on the side of the previous president’s ridiculous case that elector misrepresentation “took” the 2020 political race from him.

The billboards state, in all capital letters, “Trump Lost. No More ‘Audits.'” which also contains a profile image in which  Trump is looking downward. These billboards have appeared in cities within Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

The billboard campaign funded by RVR with $250,000 as a way to tell state lawmakers to “reject frivolous audits of the 2020 election results,” the group’s website stated.

“(RVR) rejects the false choice between voting access and election integrity,” its website continued. “We believe that Republicans in federal, state, and local government should protect the right to vote, protect our election systems from partisan or foreign interference, and help build trust in our democracy.”

RVR is the administration of the Republican Accountability Project (RAP), which goes against Republican government officials that have pushed Trump’s political race misrepresentation claims. Both RVR and RAP are under the Republican-drove gather Defending Democracy (DDT). DDT is a group “committed to protecting every American’s right to vote.”

'Trump Lost' Billboards Spring Up In Texas And Florida, Supported By GOP Group Against 'Audits'

In addition, RAP has spent $1 million on the campaign of the billboard which also contains the faces and surnames of 11 prominent Republican Congress members who have regularly repeated claims of Trump’s claims. These all billboards contain the word “resign” written in large capital latters.

RAP also graded all-Republican Congress members on a six-point “report card.” The report card considers whether each one has cast any doubts on the 2020 election’s results or opposed efforts to investigate the January 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.

A large number of the congressional Republicans received a letter grade of a D or an F, which indicates the support for Trump’s fraud claims and opposition to investigating the disorder.

“If you’re a Republican politician who supported the Big Lie that there was widespread fraud in this election if you objected to the certification of legitimate Electoral College votes, or otherwise pretended that Congress could overturn the will of the American people, you will be held accountable,” RAP wrote on its website.

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