The Ghost of Voter Fraud

While most Republican candidates blame Trump, voters are blaming rigged elections

B Kean

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Except for a few extreme types like Kari Lake, who ran for governor on the Republican ticket in Arizona, I have not heard many Republicans who lost blaming voter fraud as the cause.

The “establishment” seems to have accepted there were bigger problems than just the ghosts shuffling around in the attic.

Throughout the Republican world, and in the Republican Information Complex, screeching and shocked voices are consistently blaming Donald Trump. Some hardcore extremists, however, are working diligently to protect their generalissimo.

In response to the backlash against Trump, some far-right influencers rushed quickly to argue that his sway over voters remains as powerful as before. Far-right Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia appeared on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” broadcast to claim that people who blame Trump have a “lazy, pathetic, wimpy, easy mindset (MAGA Internet In Meltdown). .”

The demon seed, Tucker Carlson, however, uniquely blamed the “giant media filter” that distorts the Republican message as the cause. This is a rather interesting take on the failure of Republicans to pull off a red tidal wave. Not even, though, Carlson was railing about voter fraud —…

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B Kean

The past holds the answers to today’s problems. “Be curious, not judgmental,” at least until you have all the facts. Think and stop watching cable news.