As of Thursday morning local time, a large group on Facebook called stop the steel was organizing rallies and fundraising to challenge election results across the United States. Before Facebook deleted the group on Thursday afternoon, it had more than 300000 members in 48 hours. A Facebook spokesman said in a statement: “based on the special measures we have taken during this escalation of tension, we have removed the ‘stop the steal’ group that is creating real events. The organization is organized around the illegitimacy of the electoral process, and we have seen alarming calls for violence from its members. ” < / P > < p > it is understood that the stop the steal group, which was set up on Wednesday, was filled with accusations of conspiracy to steal election misinformation from President Donald Trump for the 2020 presidential election. Earlier on Thursday, Mother Jones reported that the group appeared to be organized by Republican staff and others associated with the tea party. It also appears to be related to a group called women for America first. According to Mother Jones, the group was founded in 2019 to protest Trump’s impeachment. Amy Kremer, co-founder of women for America first, was a Tea Party activist. < / P > < p > in the past week, conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election have proliferated on platforms such as Facebook and twitter. In the stop the steel Facebook group, there are many posts supporting some of the lies that have been exposed. < / P > < p > before Facebook deleted the group on Thursday, the post encouraged users to visit, where users were asked to add their names to a mailing list in case the Facebook group was removed. According to Mother Jones, the website is registered with a conservative digital service called Liberty lab. Apple extends AppleCare + purchase period: users can decide within 60 days