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    Margot Cleveland of the Federalist takes aim at Democrats' campaign to limit discussion of 2020 voting irregularities.

  • Three different presidential elections and four different presidential candidates all claimed the man inaugurated commander-in-chief stole the election. Yet while tolerating claims that Clinton [in 2016] and Gore [in 2000] actually won the White House, the corrupt media immediately co-opted the Nazi comparison Joe Biden deployed in response to Trump's claims of fraud, branding his charges "The Big Lie."
  • Democrats and their paramours in the press didn't limit the catchphrase to Trump's claims of widespread fraud during the 2020 election. Rather, when confronted with evidence of illegal voting, disregard of election laws, or states' violations of the Elector's Clause of the Constitution, the left casts the complaints as all part of "The Big Lie." Following the January 6, 2021, assault on our capitol, Democrats need only brandish "The Big Lie" slogan to silence those fearing to be accused of being responsible for, complicit in, or apologists for, the riots.
  • The Left knows this and has sharpened sickles for Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley, who raised constitutional objections to counting Arizona and Pennsylvania's electors. ... The press and politicians also brandish "The Big Lie" talking point to discredit investigations into voting irregularities, such as in Arizona.
  • The most effective use of "The Big Lie" storyline, however, has been weaponizing that narrative to mute the growing evidence of widespread illegal voting and other election irregularities and to combat efforts by state legislatures to enact voter-integrity laws.
  • When The Federalist broke news recently that evidence indicates more than 10,300 Georgia voters cast illegal ballots in the 2020 presidential election, corporate media kept mum, while FactCheck framed the reporting under the header of "More Trump Election Distortions." Then, after a local Atlanta investigative journalist went door-to-door confirming that yes, voters on the list of more than 10,300 names had moved counties, as reported, the chief operating officer for the Georgia Secretary of State's Office excused illegal voting in the wrong county as "ordinary Georgians" just exercising their right to vote.

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