On Monday, January 25th, 2021, news about the Trump Administration continues to swirl following the 2020 Presidential Election. This time, conservative attorney and former Trump Campaign legal advisor Jenna Ellis admitted to “misrepresentation” after facing censorship due to promoting false claims of election fraud.

Ellis, along with other Trump supporters and conservative media outlets, continues to push unproven claims of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election. Despite numerous court rulings and investigations that have found no evidence of election fraud, Ellis and others have refused to accept the results of the election.

Ellis, who has been a frequent guest on conservative media outlets such as Fox News, faced backlash after being censored on Twitter for sharing falsehoods about the election. In a tweet on Monday, Ellis admitted to misrepresenting facts in her arguments about the election.

“I had assumed, based on credible evidence in media reports, that the allegations of widespread fraud in the election were true,” Ellis tweeted. “However, it appears that many of those reports were inaccurate or incomplete, and I regret having shared misleading information.”

The admission from Ellis is a significant development, as it shows that even some of the most vocal supporters of the Trump campaign are beginning to acknowledge the reality of the situation.

The allegations of election fraud have been a central focus in the aftermath of the 2020 Presidential Election, with Trump and his legal team filing numerous lawsuits in various states. However, all of these lawsuits have been dismissed, with judges citing a lack of evidence to support the claims.

Despite the lack of evidence, Trump and his supporters continue to push the narrative of election fraud. The refusal to accept the results of the election has led to calls for Trump’s impeachment or removal from office, although it remains unclear if any action will be taken before his term ends on January 20th.

The controversy surrounding the election has also led to violence, with Trump supporters storming the U.S. Capitol on January 6th in an attempt to overturn the certification of the election results. The violent attack resulted in five deaths and many injuries, and has led to increased scrutiny of Trump’s role in inciting the violence.

Ellis has been a vocal defender of Trump and his actions, even after the events of January 6th. In a tweet on January 10th, Ellis suggested that Trump’s words were not responsible for the violence.

“Only the individual(s) responsible for their own criminal actions are to blame,” Ellis tweeted. “We must have law and order and protect our constitutional republic.”

The admission from Ellis that she shared “misleading information” about the election is a stark acknowledgment of the situation. However, it is unlikely to change the opinions of many of Trump’s supporters, who remain convinced that the election was stolen from him.

In addition to Ellis, other members of the Trump administration and campaign have faced criticism for promoting false claims of election fraud. Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani has been at the forefront of the legal battle to contest the election results, although even he has faced setbacks in court.

The controversy surrounding the election results and Trump’s refusal to accept them has highlighted the deep divide in American politics. There are concerns about the damage that this divide will cause in the long-term, as well as the potential for further violence if Trump’s supporters continue to reject the election results.

The admission from Jenna Ellis may be a step in the right direction, but it remains to be seen if other Trump supporters will follow suit. It is clear that the situation is far from resolved, and that the consequences of the election will be felt for years to come.