The Democrat media has two favorite topics.
1. Accusing Republicans of running on conspiracy theories
2. Manufacturing conspiracy theories about Republicans
This is the sort of behavior that anyone with any perspective would recognize and anyone with any integrity would be ashamed of. Luckily the media is burdened by neither perspective nor integrity, and just insists that its conspiracy theories are true while those that it is accused of are false.
And so we end up with the Great Post Office Conspiracy.
Democrat media conspiracies about Trump are loosely divided into scandals for the sake of scandal, and political narratives actually intended to advance a political outcome. That’s obviously the case with the Great Post Office Conspiracy which is based on the Democrats and their media operations trying to protect their favored electoral strategy. And, of course, have a narrative for claiming that their loss was the result of a conspiracy in the event that they do lose. It largely escapes the media that this is exactly what they’ve been accusing President Trump of. But that requires perspective and integrity.
Having built an electoral strategy around the Postal Service, the Democrats are working to secure control of it while amplifying their mail voting narrative. By Democrats, I mean the media, but obviously that’s redundant. In an era of narratives, the media serves as a projection of force that is as ruthless and unrestrained by anything except its agenda as any other kind of radical organization. That means that media narratives exist to serve direct political objectives. The conspirators are the conspiracy. And the conspiracy theory, as I’ve always written, is the conspiracy.