Here is what is in the Mueller Report:
"the evidence was not sufficient to
charge any Campaign official as an unregistered agent of the Russian government or other Russian
principal. And our evidence about the June 9, 2016 meeting and WikiLeaks's releases of hacked
materials was not sufficient to charge a criminal campaign-finance violation. Further, the evidence
was not sufficient to charge that any member of the Trump Campaign conspired with
representatives of the Russian government to interfere in the 2016 election. "
Please read it yourself and see. https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/18/politics/full-mueller-report-pdf/index.html
One of the notable characteristics of fully infected conspiracy theorists, such as yourself, is the inability to accept contrary evidence, no matter how definitive it is. You are vested in believing, damn the facts. It was not up to Mueller to exonerate Trump and I never said he did. Mueller did identify questionable behavior that he felt was potentially obstruction. But after the most extensive investigation in modern history, he found insufficient evidence to back up the Russian Collusion Conspiracy Narrative. Mueller did not charge a single Trump campaign official with anything having to do with the alleged collusion. How many times do we have to take a 2x4 to your head to get you to accept that debunking?
Now as to whether there were illegal votes counted in the 2020 election, I do accept the fact that Trump was not able to prove that in court. But that does not prove it did not happen. This is perhaps a subtle point of logic, but it is the same as saying a finding of "not guilty" does not mean "innocent".
The fact is there were changes in voting procedures and ongoing irregularities that made it easier to cheat and harder to get caught. Most blatant is that millions of live ballots were sent out to dead voters and we do not know how many were returned and counted as legitimate mail-in votes. How can you prove none of the dead cast a vote? Did you commune with the spirits of the dearly departed? What we need is a Special Prosecutor with a staff of 40 attorneys and a $50million budget to conduct a thorough investigation of electoral illegality in the 2020 election. If after an extensive investigation the investigator issues a report and says it was all clean as a whistle, I'll agree those allegations will have been debunked. But as of now, the "unfair election" hypothesis has not been disproved. What we need is an investigation of the election and recommendations for electoral reform to make the process more transparently fair and secure.