Pro-Trump student group Turning Point is raising money to fund a “team of lawyers” that it says is headed to Arizona to contest former Vice President Joe Biden’s win there. Newly elected Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a one-time devotee of the QAnon conspiracy theory, is hyping claims of a “stolen” election to try and build her list of voter contacts. A Republican state senator in Biden’s home state of Delaware is buying up web domain space to capitalize on the frenzy. A newly formed political group run by a Phoenix telemarketer is hitting America’s phone lines with robocalls that give the false impression of an association with the president’s political team and beg for money to fund a—likely nonexistent—“emergency recount fund.”…

Trump’s campaign has been regularly blasting out fundraising emails over the past few days that, on the surface, claim to be for fighting his loss in court. But the fine print shows that most of the money is being earmarked to pay down the Trump campaign’s outstanding bills.

Aware of the tremendous amount of small-dollar donations to be had, some of the president’s more high-profile supporters are also trying to monetize a piece of that grassroots energy. And while some are actually organizing events and actions to support the president’s claims that the election was marred by fraud, most appear to be efforts to piggyback on the hot political topic of the moment.