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Five days before deadline, Trump claims Michigan cannot certify vote
Donald Trump, seeking to overturn the results of the presidential election, tweeted that the state of Michigan cannot certify the ballot count. This is false; the state’s county canvassing boards had to certify their results by November 17, 2020 which they did, but final validation from the Board of State Canvassers is not due until November 23. In Wayne County, which includes Detroit, canvassers originally divided on party lines and did not certify the results, before reversing course at the last minute and endorsing the outcome.

Biden Adviser Didn’t Propose Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine for Food Stamps
A report from two dozen experts — including a doctor named to President-elect Joe Biden’s COVID-19 advisory board — recommended using existing social service programs to connect people with COVID-19 vaccine distribution. The report did not advise requiring vaccination in order to receive such services, as social media posts falsely claim.

This video shows US officers recovering discarded Amazon packages, not trashed votes
A video claiming to show ballots from the US elections found dumped in bushes has been shared hundreds of times in Facebook posts. However, the video has nothing to do with the elections. The bags seen in the video were filled not with ballots but with lost deliveries from Amazon, as confirmed by both the company and local authorities.