As of Wednesday morning, Biden had raked in 51 percent of the popular vote, compared to President Donald Trump's 47.2 percent. For his re-election bid, Trump received at least 73.4 million votes.
The men also allegedly falsified names, addresses and signatures to help nominate one of them to be listed as a candidate for mayor.
CNN alleged that the pile of paperwork presented on television by White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany was "full of nothing."
"You cannot come against the Lord of the Sabbath, the Lord of angel armies," Pastor George Pearsons said, touting Trump's baseless claims of election fraud.
Cruz accused Twitter of administering its policies in a "partisan and selected manner" during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday.
The lieutenant governor of Texas had offered a large sum for any evidence of voter fraud and his Pennsylvania counterpart says he found it.
Maher opened "Real Time" last night by mocking Trump refusal to admit defeat. Then he introduced Trump campaign legal adviser Jenna Ellis as his first guest.
"I don't know even know if I agree with it, but that happens sometimes," Pete Hegseth told viewers.
The president had previously hinted Friday that he would attend the event in Washington, D.C.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger warned that those who plan to move to the state just for the election could be punished.
The Trump campaign has reportedly dropped a lawsuit in Arizona seeking a hand review of ballots cast on Election Day, after determining that the margin of victory would be too difficult to overcome.
Peter Navarro's remarks add to a growing list of statements from Republicans and officials within the Trump administration who refuse to acknowledge the president's defeat.
However, Trump's Twitter account has remained active with repeated attacks on Fox News and allegations of systemic voter fraud.
"It is one more step in delegitimizing not just the incoming Biden administration, but democracy generally. And that's a dangerous path," Obama said in a new "60 Minutes" interview.
"There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised," the committees' statement reads.
Cohen was referring to a deleted scene from "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm," where actress Maria Bakalova, who played Borat's daughter, accompanied OAN correspondent Chanel Rion to the White House.
Kory Langhofer, one of the campaign's lawyers, appeared in court to argue a lawsuit filed last week in a Maricopa County court alleging that some poll workers "incorrectly rejected" in-person ballots on Election Day.
"The ones who are jumping for joy now, are jumping toward the horror they will be in for, because I know that the promises being made from the Left to the American people will never come to be," Voight said in a video.
"There are people trying to delegitimize the President-elect [Donald Trump]," the current White House press secretary complained in 2016.
"It infuriates me, knowing the integrity of these public servants are being called into question," James Young tweeted.
The woman says that she is still on probation after being arrested for trying to vote for Trump twice in 2016.
Months before the election, Trump claimed he would only lose if there were widespread fraud or vote-rigging.
As Donald Trump refuses to concede defeat to Joe Biden and pushes claims of voter fraud, the "Borat" star warned the Facebook CEO that the "world is watching."
"The president and his enablers are perpetuating this fantasy that he won the election," retired Lieutenant General James Clapper said.
RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel told Sean Hannity that she considered the electoral process rigged by Democrats and the media.
"We know that when there's a recount, sometimes the person who's ahead goes up even more," Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said. "So you can't assume that a recount will favor Donald Trump."
"He named names, he described explicitly what it is that he experienced, and we don't know what kind of pressure he has been under since he publicly made those statements," Tim Murtaugh, Director of Communications for the Trump campaign, said.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi are among the foreign leaders to have congratulated President-elect Joe Biden on winning the White House.
Republicans are also less likely than Democrats to trust their local election officials to "do their job honestly."