Each time a member of the big media reports on someone referring to acts of fraud or even irregularities in the Nov. 3 presidential election, they describe them as “baseless claims” or “unproven,”
says this article on Newsmax.
Such words are included in almost every wire story since election day published by the Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg, and others.
Actually, there are many examples of vote fraud that took place during the 2020 election, and serious evidence of voting irregularities relating to the mail-in ballots.
In Wisconsin for example:
President Trump’s legal team sought to have some 221,000 ballots disqualified.
At issue were incomplete absentee ballot envelopes where clerks filled in missing information, as well as those that were issued without a proper request, and still others that were the subject of ballot harvesting.
In a narrow 4-3 ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected the challenge, claiming the campaign was “not entitled to the relief it seeks.”
Only 20,682 votes separate Trump and Biden in the Badger State, 0.61%.
One can hardly say this is a “baseless” claim, and pure reason has many people suspicious.
See also fraud claims for Nevada, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and others:
via Ice Age Now
January 3, 2021 at 10:09AM