The media’s standard practice when reporting on anything Republicans say is to tack on “Falsely” or “Without Evidence”.
When they tack on “Falsely”, it means that the media can cobble together some argument on behalf of the Democrats even if it’s Snopes garbage, while, “Without Evidence” means they don’t have a damn thing to counter it with except some procedural arm waving.
Currently, “Without Evidence” keeps getting attached to every time Republicans and conservatives note sizable “errors” and “irregularities”.
By that the media means that Republicans can’t prove it was enemy action.
Take Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel’s press conference on what’s going on in Michigan, which includes falsely claiming that Republican observers were on site, when they weren’t allowed in, and a massive “error” that marked thousands of Republican ballots for Democrats.
How widespread were these “errors”?
That’s the $1.6 billion dollar question. About the money that Democrats spent trying to elect Biden.
A whole bunch of “clerical errors” and “glitches” keep popping up, but it’s a dangerous effort to undermine democracy when you point that out, requiring immediate social media bans.
What are the odds that a bunch of errors and glitches keep helping one candidate? What are the odds?
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