Fake News Media Lays Groundwork for U.S. Senate Vote Steal in Midterm Elections
The fake news is laying the groundwork for another vote steal in the U.S. senate elections in the upcoming midterms in November.
A Politico article titled, “Why we may not know who won the Senate on Election Day,” explains how “issues with state law that caused the 2020 election results to drag out for days are still in play in key 2022 states.”
“Then-President Donald Trump used the delays counting mail ballots after Election Day to sow confusion and baseless conspiracy theories about the validity of the vote count, igniting a movement to overturn the results that led to the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021,” the report stated.
“Now, Trump-aligned candidates on the ballot have signaled they could mimic the former president and use any delays in 2022 to undermine confidence in the results again,” it added.
The article tried to paint election officials, some of the most corrupt government bureaucrats in the country, in a sympathetic light for being unable and/or unwilling to do their jobs in a timely and expedient manner.
“Election officials often bristle at the insatiable demand for immediate election results, pointing out that while the media and campaigns call elections the night of the vote, election offices themselves never finalize things that quickly,” the report stated.
“Results aren’t official until they are certified, which is days or weeks after Election Day in many states, and particularly tight margins often lead to recounts,” it continued.
Big League Politics has reported on how the mainstream media admitted that a conspiracy occurred between the most powerful interests in the world to manipulate the results of the 2020 presidential election:
“Time published an article Thursday morning titled “The Secret History of the Shadow Campaign That Saved the 2020 Election,” which brazenly admits that a “vast, cross-partisan campaign” unfolded behind the scenes to do whatever it took to put Joe Biden in the White House.
Integral to the effort was what the article describes as an “informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans.”