The voter fraud hotline and website set up by President Trump’s campaign is under siege from prank callers and denial of service attacks, individuals familiar with the project tell the Washington Examiner.
Shortly following Election Day, the Trump campaign opened up a sprawling anti-fraud initiative based out of offices in Virginia, including a 1-800 number and an online form for members of the public to report allegations of voter fraud.
But since the initiative’s inception, volunteers and employees have been the target of constant harassment, so much so that some who work there say it’s impossible to work on the project at all.
On Saturday, one volunteer said the website constantly crashed due to cyberattacks on the voter fraud allegation submission page. When that same individual was on phone line duty, he said that most of the calls he fielded were from Biden supporters making “demonic” threats.
“They were saying things like they hoped my family got