I’m very sad to announce that I must now consider Fox News Network a member of the “Mainstream Media.” But that’s not what this posting is about. It’s about the memo that apparently went out to all of the news outlets in America. There are a few points to it:
- Joe Biden is the winner 2020 presidential election. We’re not “projecting” him the winner, or announcing that he “seems to have won” the election. He is the “President-Elect.” Kamala Harris is the “Vice President-Elect.” They won. They are it. End of discussion.
- Yes, we recognize that the vote is not official yet, but we’re not going to talk about that.
- Yes, we recognize that Donald Trump (sore loser that he is) is mounting challenges in court, claiming wide-spread, systemic election fraud, and it might in some instances be necessary to mention this fact, but if it must be mentioned, the following verbal footnote shall be attached in every case: “…no evidence has been presented.” Variations of this phrase are allowed, such as “we have seen no evidence of this.”
“We have seen no evidence of fraud.” There’s plenty of evidence out there right now, anecdotal evidence in many cases, but a complete TV blackout has been ordered. After all, we mustn’t do anything to erode the American voter’s confidence in our election system, right? They weren’t so concerned about that four years ago when they were insisting that the Russians threw the election to Trump and that his election was “illegitimate.” It’s also hard to “erode” something that pretty-much no longer exists.
Here’s a good example. It isn’t the presidential election, but it is exactly the same issue that has been repeated in presidential, senatorial and house elections all over the country. It is related to the vote-counting software. Watch carefully, and be sure to listen to attorney Sidney Powell’s comments at the end.
That’s very interesting, and I do consider that “evidence” of voter fraud, but it’s just the tip of the iceberg. There is, however, one other thing I wanted to be sure to point out. Did you notice that CNN immediately cut to a “full-screen” when Kentucky began updating its vote tallies and kept it off the screen until CNN could update its ribbon? Do you really believe that this was a coincidence? It appears that CNN knew that the mysterious vote count adjustment was happening and tried to keep it off the screen. Wouldn’t that indicate that CNN at least knew about the computer manipulation of votes in real time? Were they a party to it? What about all of the other networks that played along?
Maybe there was another memo we don’t know about yet.