Once again, I already answered that question too. I would give you the post numbers but they aren't displayed on the mobile website.
Except you haven't. Here's what you said about the election results:
protesting the election results where videotape of suitcases being rolled out after Republicans being sent home being shown on tv, a lie about a pipe bursting, several states stopping counting overnight at the same time, statistical anamolies, and ignoring hundreds of eyewitnesses with sworn affidavits, while the lying parrotts of the media kept saying baseless allegations with no evidence whatsoever.
"Videotape of suitcases" and "several states stopping counting overnight at the same time" are phenomena with plenty of innocuous explanations, unless very detailed context is available. Interest in the 2020 elections was at an all time high. People watched the polls who had never participated before, and cast suspicions on perfectly normal parts of the process simply because they hadn't given it close attention before. The only reason these things make you suspect fraud are because you suspected fraud already.
I genuinely have no idea what you're talking about when it comes to "a lie about a pipe bursting," so I can't comment. There was kind of a lot going on, not every individual story made it across my screen in the shuffle.
"Statistical anomalies" are what, exactly? You know how easy it is to lie with statistics; bring the receipts, show me what those statistics mean, and make an actual case.
Sworn affidavits aren't magic words, either. Swore what? How much of it is verifiable? Admissible as evidence? Again, you have to do more than say they exist. Extraordinary claims, extraordinary evidence, etc.
When I asked why nothing on this list ever seemed to make it to the inside of a courtroom, you said only this:
That's not an answer. That's an insinuation. Where does that insinuation lead? Well to me, it makes me suspect the most negative possible interpretation of all your prior posts, as you've seen. But for you - you're tricking yourself into thinking your beliefs are proved by the absence of confirmation for them - it's the logic of the conspiracy theorist. Do yourself a favor, and say what you actually mean.