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- Overall, we rate Here is the Evidence Right Biased and Questionable based on the publication of election fraud misinformation, the use of poor sources, and a complete lack of transparency.
Reasoning: Lack of Transparency, Poor Sources, False Information
Country: United Kingdom
World Press Freedom Rank: UK 35/180
Founded on November 10, 2020, Here Is The Evidence is a website that allows individuals to upload alleged 2020 election voter fraud news and information. The website completely lacks transparency as there are no names associated with the website. The domain is registered in the United Kingdom. A description of the website reads “Due to the irregularity of this current 2020 Presidential Election, this is a crowdsourcing tool for organizing anomalies and legal issues. Our desire is that more of the election process would be made transparent so there would be unquestionable confidence in our voting systems. This is for aggregating publicly available items of evidence that would be admissible in court, not general election news stories or updates.”
Funded by / Ownership
Here is the Evidence completely lacks transparency and does not disclose ownership. There does not appear to be a revenue source at this time.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Here is the Evidence allows people to upload/post evidence of voter fraud during the 2020 election. Although they request that people only post evidence that would be admissible in court, most of the information comes from social media posts and poor sources such as Breitbart, Epoch Times, and Judicial Watch, all of which we rate as far-right biased and Questionable. They also have supposed witness accounts that come from unreliable sources such as Some Bitch Told Me. While some of the information is factual many of the posts rely on poor sources who frequently fail fact checks and have been publishing misinformation regarding election fraud during the 2020 election.
Failed Fact Checks
- None. Here is the Evidence does not publish original content. However, the sources posted have failed numerous fact checks.
Overall, we rate Here is the Evidence Right Biased and Questionable based on the publication of election fraud misinformation, the use of poor sources, and a complete lack of transparency. (D. Van Zandt (11/26/2020)