Trump-Hired Firm Finds No Election Fraud

(Washington, DC) — A second firm hired by the Trump campaign to investigate alleged fraud in the 2020 election says it found no evidence to back up the claims. Simpatico Software Systems founder Ken Block told The Washington Post no widespread voter fraud was uncovered in his investigations and every claim he was asked to look into turned out to be false. Block also told the Post he recently received a subpoena from Special Counsel Jack Smith, who’s investigating former President Trump’s push to overturn the 2020 election. The campaign reportedly paid Block’s firm about 750-thousand dollars. A Trump campaign spokesman called it a “politically motivated witch hunt” against the former president.