Competing Election Fraud Headlines

As noted in a previous posting, there appear to be reams of circumstantial evidence about large-scale fraud in the 2020 presidential election.  At this point, it is unknown if there is the proverbial “smoking gun” that would stand-up in a court of law.  Nevertheless, there were two pertinent news events today that were widely publicized:

“20 States offer support for Texas election lawsuit”.   I am not a legal expert so I can’t comment about the strength of their case.  The lawsuit may end up going nowhere, but it is certainly noteworthy given that a large number of US States have indicated their concerns about the integrity of the election.

Interestingly enough, around the same time, one of the Big Tech news publishers — Google/YouTube — came out with this position, “YouTube to remove videos that suggest fraud changed the outcome of the presidential election”.   It is certainly odd timing for that announcement about their planned censorship.  Does this mean that they are trying to bury the news of this lawsuit being taken directly to the US Supreme Court?

 

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