This U.S. Senate Homeland Security & Govt. Affairs Committee has some very interesting testimony in it. I skipped over the Politicians Posturing and started with the first witness at 32 minutes.
IMHO, clear evidence of fraud and a stolen election. Violation of voting laws (both State and the Federal “one day” law among others). Counts of the dead voters and non-citizen votes are high as are “mail-in” ballots with no identification possible. Also, and my favorite, an auditor says there were several places with more ballots received than sent out (and I think I heard one set of numbers for more than registered voters, but it went by a bit quick and I’ve not gotten to the replay yet, still working my way through the first pass ;-)
My 2nd favorite being the one where the total vote changed between the end of voting and the final tally certified, after close during the night, without explanation.
Does the Senate (or even a Senator) have “standing” to bring a case before the Supreme Court per States violating the laws?