Media still overlooking the obvious on voter fraud

Washington Post:
The tale of a Trump falsehood: How his voter fraud claim spread like a virus

A comment rooted in baseless conspiracy theories could become the basis for official government policy.
Voter fraud is real.  Rather than focus on a few people, the media is trying to discredit they should pay attention to the state attorney generals who have prosecuted the cases.  They should also focus on the good work of True the Vote that the Democrats conspired with the IRS in an attempt to shut down their organization.  Instead, they focus on people I never heard of and attempt to discredit them.

It is not a falsehood to say there is voter fraud.  In fact, it is an obvious one to say there is none.  What I see the media doing is attempting to distract from the serious charges of informed people.


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