One doesn’t have to be a Donald Trump supporter to be concerned about last November’s election. Two major alarms were the (1) lack of ability to publicly audit voting machines, and (2) lack of transparency during counting processes.
Willis Krumholz, a Research Fellow at the Archbridge Institute, reports in The Federalist that Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin, in a yet-to-be-explained move, stopped releasing vote counts on election night.
Fact-checkers have noted that these states didn’t stop counting—fair enough—but not why they stopped releasing the results of their counting.
Come 4 a.m. the next morning, huge amounts of fresh Biden votes were reported. Trump’s betting odds plummeted, and days later the media declared Biden to be the president-elect.
Except 70 percent of Trump voters, who comprise half the country, are convinced of massive election fraud. Yet corporate media has no intention of investigating claims of fraud. Instead, it has pivoted from saying there is “no evidence” of fraud, to saying that not enough evidence exists to overturn the results.