On Thursday, a Facebook group that posted fake information about voter fraud and attempts to “steal” the U.S. election has rapidly expanded to more than 325000 members on the second day of its establishment, according to reports. The group, stop the steal, claims to be founded by conservative nonprofit women for America first, calling for “down to earth, protecting the fairness of voting.”. Some 200 supporters of Republican president Donald Trump gathered outside an election office in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday, some armed with rifles and pistols, amid unconfirmed rumours that votes had not yet been counted as tensions intensified. < / P > < p > in Detroit, officials prevented about 30 people, most of them Republicans, from entering the counting agency because there were groundless claims of fraud in Michigan. < / P > < p > in an election in the United States, it is normal for states to start counting votes days, sometimes weeks, after the end of the vote. Election fraud is very rare in the United States, experts say. < p > < p > groundless and debunked statements about the fairness of Tuesday’s US election have been spread on social media by trump and some high-profile Republican accounts, and the topic tag “stop stealing” is becoming more and more popular. < / P > < p > Facebook groups are touted as community forums of common interest, but watchdog groups and social media researchers believe they can be hotbeds for extreme partisan misinformation. Stop stealing describes it as: “people are conspiring to deny Republicans the right to vote. It’s up to us, the American people, to fight, to stop it. < / P > < p > the group’s executives and moderators include Amy Kremer, a Tea Party activist, and her daughter Kylie, as well as Jennifer Lawrence and Dustin Stockton, two members of we build the wall. In August, federal agents raided the two groups as part of a fraud investigation. < / P > < p > the reporter tried to contact the Facebook administrator and moderator, but failed immediately. E-mails and phone messages to women in America first were not immediately answered. < / P > < p > several events on Facebook for the stop stealing protest and the motorcade campaign also have plans for user rallies across the country. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities