MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell claims he has evidence that 2020 election results were hacked, but cybersecurity experts tell CNN his so-called “proof” doesn’t add up. CNN’s Drew Griffin takes his findings to Lindell.

‘A constitutional amendment and a time machine’: Fact-checking calls to decertify the 2020 election

(CNN) – A partisan report reviewing millions of ballots cast in Arizona’s Maricopa County during the 2020 presidential election is being used by a number of Republicans to call for decertifying the results of last year’s election in the state.

Even though the results of Arizona’s sham audit reaffirmed Biden’s victory in Maricopa, state Rep. Mark Finchem, a Trump-endorsed candidate for Arizona’s secretary of state office, used the report to perpetuate false claims about the election and call to “Immediately Decertify the election” in a fundraising email Sunday.

Facts First: This is a pipe dream. There is no legal mechanism to undo the election results in any state.

“(T)he Constitution and federal law establish a very clear timeframe for holding presidential elections, and determining the results and implementing them,” Adav Noti, senior director for the Campaign Legal Center, told CNN, “and it would clearly violate the constitution and federal law for a state to try to change its results now.”

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