The media and the Democrats (but I repeat myself) are trying to hammer anyone who suggests there was vote fraud in 2020 as a liar/crackpot/treasonous insurrectionist (and never mind that they’ve claimed for years that both the 2020 presidential election and the 2018 Georgia Governor's election were rigged and stolen from them.) But as I explained recently, you don’t have to assert that the election was stolen or that there was “widespread” vote fraud to believe that there was, in fact, plenty of evidence of at least highly suspicious irregularities.
Stu Cvrk at Redstate.com dares to compile all the latest info on “That Which Must Not Be Said.”
It includes this factoid, which you might find surprising, in light of the media narrative that all Trump’s claims of vote fraud were dismissed as groundless by courts: only 15 out of 61 cases were decided on merit, rather than legal technicalities that didn’t involve looking at the evidence. Of those, nine were decided in favor of Trump, and 17 lawsuits are still being processed.
This might help explain why the left really, really, really doesn’t want you to be allowed to talk about vote fraud.