1. Campaign started by Roger Stone in 2016 in preparations of Donald Trump’s loss to Hillary Clinton, and was then revived in 2020 by Trump and other allies in an attempt to overturn the 2020 election results;
2. Online campaign that resulted in firing up Trump’s base and helped lead directly to the January 6th Insurrection and riots;
3. Paradoxical campaign that led to people chanting for vote counting to be stopped in districts where Trump was leading, and chants for vote counting to continue in districts were Trump was behind;
4. Pathological unwillingness by Trump and his supporters to believe that a bigoted, narcissistic, misogynistic, con man would actually be rejected by American voters.
Not to be confused with Stop the Steel, which is a 2009 online campaign launched against the Pittsburgh Steelers by the Arizona Cardinals.